Important Note - Any Member found to be disregarding any of the following HAS COVID-19 rules will be asked to leave, have their membership suspended while reviewed by the committee and may lose their ticket.
Lock Combination codes will be as shown on your current membership card.
Please note the Dellside gate off Moorhall Road and No1 gates will change to the 2020/2021 code on 16th June (around 9am). So if you are using these gates on 15 - 16th June you will need the oldcode to enter and the new code to exit
When day fishing on HAS waters the following on/ off water times apply for day fishing
April- May: 04:30 - 21:30
June and July: 03.30 - 22.30
August and September: 04.30 - 22.00
October and November: 06:00 - 20:00
December and January: 06:30 - 17:30
February and March: 05.00 - 19.00
Maximum stay allowed 48hrs (2 Nights)
The "Social" is designated as two separate swims and can accommodate 2 individuals. The swims open face up and down the lake, the two middle swims are closed
If accessing No1 top car park please remember there is a no tailgating rule through the Dellside access gate. There may be Bailiffs/Enforcement officers manning this gate on different days and, if this is the case, names will be checked off of the booked session list upon entry. In all other cases, the no tailgating rule stays in place even if you know the person who is behind you.
Maximum stay allowed 72hrs (3 nights)
The following swims are designated as single swims; you may double up with a fellow angler if they are a member of your own household;
When accessing No2 please remember there is a no tailgating rule through the Dellside access gate. There may be Bailiffs/Enforcement officers manning this gate on different days and, if this is the case, names will be checked off of the booked session list upon entry. In all other cases, the no tailgating rule stays in place even if you know the person who is behind you.
Dews Lane Car Park and Swims
Dews Lane Car Park and its associated swims are closed until further notice due to HS2 protest activity that's occurring in and around the area.
A gate has now been installed in the HS2 fencing that blocked the Peat Bank (North East Bank) of No2 and HAS Members are now allowed access through to fish. This gate will have 24/7 security and you will need to show your HAS membership card to gain enter. Should you encounter problems whilst gaining entry or fishing the Peat Bank please email Mike Rees at HS2@harrowangling.co.uk giving a brief outline of what happened. Please note HS2 are running a generator at night in this area to power their security lights. There are also 24/7 surveillance cameras placed along the bank which are LIVE.
Members are reminded that much of No2 can be accessed by the general public. At this time public attendance around the lake is high, so it is imperative you drive with all due caution when approaching the lake and maintain a 2m separation from the general public at all times. Also please remember the general public are likely to spot anglers who contravene Covid -19 regulations and you may be reported. This could lead to HAS having their permission to fish the Harefield lakes withdrawn by the Landlord.
When approaching the Wildfowl lake via Skip Lane you will be stopped by HS2 security and be required to produce your HAS membership card to gain entry.
13 members 72hrs (4 night tickets only) Car park capacity c.10 vehicles only
Please note there are now two combination padlocks on the main access car park gate, one of these is inside a steel box that will slide back when the first padlock is undone. As these padlocks have five digits you will be required to put a zero in front of the 4 digit number on your membership card.
Always lock both gates when entering and exiting Rowley to reduce the risk of fly tipping. Rowley Island is currently closed until further notice to comply with social distancing guidelines Double swims are designated as single swims unless fishing with a member of your own household.
Members must take either gloves and/or hand sanitiser with them when going fishing and use when touching locks gates etc. Please note there are 4 gates at Rowley to open and close!