Lakedown Trout Fishery is situated in a secluded Wealden valley with scenic views and no visible sign of habitation. The Fishery was originally designed and created some 29 years ago by local inhabitant actor and pop legend Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who. The four spring-fed lakes totalling approximately 26 acres have an abundance of aquatic fly life.
Bewl Water is a reservoir in the valley of the River Bewl (which is a tributary of the River Teise), straddling the boundary between Kent and East Sussex. It is about 2 miles south of Lamberhurst, Kent, England. The reservoir was part of a project to increase supplies of water in the area. Many recreational activities such as sailing and windsurfing at Bewl Valley Sailing Club as well as rowing, trout fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking and walking take place on and around the reservoir (via a 12½ mile Round Reservoir Route for cyclist and walkers).
Darwell Reservoir is a huge, deep 128 acre water located on the outskirts of Robertsbridge in a village called Mountfield. The water is a bit of an unknown. Darwell Reservoir had been a trout fishery since 1948 until two years ago when it became a coarse fishery. The true size of many of the reservoirs fish are still a mystery due to the vastness in size of the reservoir and the short period of time the water has been a coarse fishery.