Lee Tributaries


Rising near Collier’s End, the Rib joins the Lee just above Ware. Offe-ring coarse fish and some trout, it is mostly private.

Ware, HertsC 1000 yards from pumphouse to footbridge (known astheDownfield Farm Fishery)LB WT: ATS (named on sign at entry to site) or ARO (Leisure Sport, RMC House, High Street, Feltham, Middlesex) STORT

The Stort rises in the northern part of Essex near Clavering and flows south via Bishop’s Stortford and Harlow to enter the Lee below Roydon. It is coarse fishing with reasonable opportunities for visiting anglers.

Harlow, EssexCAboveand below

Burnt Mill LockAB


Harlow, EssexC2 miles from

Parndon Mill to Harlow MillLB

DT: ARO (Ticket Office at Harlow

Town Hall)-’

Roydon, EssexC1 Jmilesfrom

Roydon Mill to Lower LockBB

DT: BK(Lock House, Brick Lock)e

Sawbridgeworth, HertsC3i miles from Tednambury to Feake’s Lock,


DT: B or ATS (Pet Stores, Knight

Street, Sawbridgeworth)

Sawbridgeworth, HertsC 1J miles from Tednambury to Feake’s Lock,



Spellbrook, EssexCOn Stort

Navigation belowSpellbrook


DT (available to residents of

Harlowonly): B Leven. See Lake District Lew. See R. Torridge Liddle. See R. Esk (Border) Little Dart. See R. Taw Little Ouse. See R. Great Ouse Little Stour. See R. Stour (Kent) Loddon. See R. Thames

Looe (East and West)

Both these rivers enter the English Channel through the same estuary at Looe. They contain brown and sea trout, the latter, given suitable conditions, beginning to move in April or early May. Rod Licence: SWWA


Looe, CornwallTSTTwo sections as defined on Liskeard AC Guide (obtainable with ticket)AB DT(notafterOct15):ATS(P. Gardner, Southgate Street, Launceston; W. S. Buckingham, 40, Fore Street, Callington; Botterell’s, 6, Fore St., Liskeard)PO (Rilla Mill. Callington) or AAA (Liskeard and Dist.AC)


Looe, CornwallTSTFrom Moorswater, near Liskeard, to Terrace Crossing, near LooeBB DT (details as for East Looe River)


This East Lincolnshire river starts in the town of Louth where it is stocked with trout. A short distance below the town it is absorbed to become the Louth Canal at Ked-dington. This water flows east to enter the North Sea below Tetney. It is coarse fishing In the canal with roach, bream, perch, and pike the predominant species. It is only rated for fishing from Fulstow Bridge down to Tetney. As this

Guide went to press, the Witham and District Joint Anglers’ Federation took over this water on lease from the Anglian Water Authority. For ticket facilities see under River Witham. The Federation water runs downstream from Austen Fen, the free fishing listed below being above this point.

Rod Licence: AWA (Lincolnshire Rivers Division) Louth, LincsT[From source to Louth CanalBB Free fishing where accessible, access being difficult in many places