Harrow Angling Society is a family friendly fishing club in the heart of the Colne Valley which was founded in 1937 by a small body of anglers. The club caters for those who want to experience either catching their first fish or those that are looking to improve their personal best catch. Whether you are a junior (Kingfisher) member aged between 6 and 12 starting out, or the older person trying a new hobby. The club has something for everyone, with three lakes nestled within the Colne Valley with an abundance of nature at your feet plus an estate lake on the borders of Bucks County you will not be disappointed. The club has a state of the art online booking system the envy of many clubs, enabling members to book when and where they want to fish, allowing them to select days/nights or just the quieter times and locations if they choose.
With four great lakes to chose from they cater for all styles of fishing, from a quiet days float fishing for Roach, Rudd, Tench or Perch, or the more dedicated approach to a sustained overnight session for that elusive big bream or carp. For the winter months there is always the opportunity to walk the banks with a spinning rod hunting for Pike or Perch. All of our lakes are well stocked with a good head of fish Bream to over 8lb, Tench to over 9lb, Carp to over 30lb, plus many Roach, Rudd, Perch and Pike. With security being a key factor all our lakes are a safe family place to fish, with secure lock controlled gates, including private parking. With so much nature in and around the lakes you cannot fail just to enjoy a day sitting by the water, catching a fish will be the bonus on a great day out.
Situated in South Harefield being bordered by the Grand Union Canal and the River Frays, Pit 4 is a gravel pit of 14 acres surrounded by mature woodland.
Rowley is the HAS jewel in the crown, this beautiful man made 4 1/2 acre estate lake is surrounded by willows, silver birch, alders and oak.