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Harrow Angling Society
Covid-19 Rules

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 2019/2020 membership card

Harefield No1

The "Social" swim can only accommodate 1 angler or 2 if the anglers are from the same household.

Double swims are designated as single swims unless fishing with a member of your own household

No1 is day ticket only water (until further notice), the following on/off water times apply;

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

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.

Harefield No2

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;

Pylon
Fatties Double
Vulture Bay
Ramp
Reeds swim
Roundabout/Turnaround

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.

Safety
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.

Wild Fowl

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.