The Club Pit is a small members' only lake containing 32 pegs.
The Bottle Pit is another "members'only" lake which is around 10 acres
No. 1 Pit
No. 1 Pit is the oldest lake in the complex with 56 pegs and around 12 acres
The Middle Pit is the club's baggin lake with 36 pegs
The Ocean Pit is a monster of a lake covering nearly 100 acres.
Hall's Pit is a small reed fringed lake
River Waveney (non tidal)
The Club has the fishing rights to several stretches of the River Waveney.
Kingfisher Pit is mainly a silver fish lake, the new pit has recently opened and has plenty of silver fish for every one.roach,perch,rudd,chub and even barbel. there is also a handful of carp.
The Harleston, Wortwell and District Angling Club owns and manages 7 fishing lakes in the Waveney Valley on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, together with some stretches of the River Waveney itself. Three lakes - the Club Pit, Bottle Pit and Kingfisher Pit—are owned by the Club and can only be used by those holding an annual membership ticket. The other four lakes - Middle Pit, No.1 Pit, Ocean Pit and Hall's Pit - are managed by the Club on behalf of the Harold Dean Charitable Trust. These four pits can be fished on Day or Weekly tickets and by Club members who choose to buy the extended membership. Only members can fish the river.