This venue is in association with Thames Valley Angling Association

About

The Wey Navigation canal was constructed for boat traffic and as a flood relief channel for the River Wey which runs close by. As a happy bonus it offers some fantastic fishing in a very picturesque environment. Being only 12 metres wide for much of the stretch it is a perfect pole water and offers all of the usual target species that you would expect in a canal.

In the Autumn some stretches offer fantastic Roach fishing on Hemp whilst other anglers prefer to target the shoals of Bream that frequent the stretch.

Whatever you aim to catch, the canal offers a tranquil environment to enjoy your day.

Opening Dates: 16th June – 14th March
Night Tickets: N/A

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Address

River Wey Navigation, Surrey

Location

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

Canal

Size

7 miles

Depth

2-6 ft


Swims/Features

Weed beds overhanging trees, shrubs

Access

See TVAA Website

Parking

From Worsfold Gates at Send to Papercourt Lock and Walsham Lock to Weybridge


Fish Stocks

Carp, Roach, Bream, Perch, Chub, Dace

Additional Wildlife

Birds, Badgers


Popular Methods of Fishing

Pole

Advice/Tactics

Fish close to overhanging shrubs to tempt the larger Carp and Chub.