Fishing at the Rother Levels
Information about fishing at Otter Channel including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the River Rother valley.
A long stretch of drain in flat countryside supplying coarse angling via season ticket. The fishery holds big carp, tench and other species. For the fishing club/owner’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
Fishing on the Otter Channel
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|OWNER / CLUB:
|Tenterden & District Angling and Preservation Society
|Details of owner / club:
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|HOOKS (usage rules):
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Species available in Otter Channel
|GEN CRSE FISH
Otter Channel Location
Otter Channel lake is a tributary of the Rother that flows into that river just west of the confluence with Potman’s Heath Channel. The Otter Channel lies on the south side of the Rother and runs from Blackwall Bridge north west to the river. The Channel is fed by a series of ditches including the Decoypond Ditch. The venue lies west of Wittersham on the Sussex side of the Rother. TN31 6TD.
Otter Channel fishery location map: