This fishery belongs to Boyers and URACS members have the right of access.

Multiple catches of Chub have been reported, with weights achieving up to nearly 6lb in the shallower waters.

The river also contains Bream up to 5lb, Tench up to 4lb, Barbel and the occasional Carp.

The car parking for this venue is situated next to Maya Tandoori Restaurant (was Tiger Cubs) and is accessed through secure gates (as shown in the entrance view). Once parked up, walk approx. 300 yards and there will be a gate on your right. The River Colne observes the traditional closed season that runs from the 15th March to June 15th inclusive.

Opening Dates: 16th June – 14th March


Oxford Road, New Denham, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB9 4DN



Entrance View



IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Under no circumstances should fish be REMOVED from waters or MOVED between waters.If anyone is found to have removed or moved fish then they will be banned from the club.

Venue Type



0.5 miles


2-7 ft


Built Swims
A very diverse stretch of River with long deep glides dropping to fast flowing gravel shallows. The top section contains a weirpool.


Next to Maya Tandoori Restaurant


Accessed through secure gates.

Fish Stocks

The River is now nationally recognised for it’s specimen Chub and Barbel, but there is a good head of Roach and Perch along with Dace, Eels, Pike and River Carp.

Additional Wildlife

Forming part of a local nature reserve, this stretch of river is home to grass snakes, badgers, muntjacks, rabbits and weasels. The bird life is diverse and includes tree creepers, nuthatches, tawny owls, long tailed tits etc There is also a great opportunity to see a Kingfisher land on your rod. With numerous species of bat, regular guided bat walks take place along the river bank.

Popular Methods of Fishing

Stickfloat, freelined rolling meat, static hair rigged bait over a bed of feed. Spinning or drop shotting for Predators.


During spells of bright sunlight, it is essential to locate the swims providing cover for the fish, the wonderfully clear water ensures that the fish will avoid your terminal tackle unless it is fine and well presented. Rolling meat works well, and used in conjunction with a roving approach will see the specimens falling for your bait.