River Colne – Denham

River Colne – Denham

General description

With two sections to choose from, the gravels and upstream of the golf club, anglers can find total seclusion or fish in a more social location. The upstream section is currently overgrown and unmanaged, this was due to the pennywort infestation, but with this alien invasive species now being controlled by the EA, work will start soon to re-established the fishing platforms.This area is a veritable paradise with nothing to spoil the serenity apart from the occasional screech from a White Egret or the drumming of a woodpecker.

The central gravels allow for all types of coarse angling, whether that be rolling a lump of luncheon meat into the barbel’s lair, or running a delicately presented stick float through the stream. The fishing here has resulted in “personal bests” for many anglers.

Opening Dates: 16th June – 14th March

Known Species

  • Carp
  • Bream
  • Pike
  • Barbel
  • Chub
  • Perch
  • Roach
  • Dace
  • Eels

Venue Type

2 miles

60 Swims
A very diverse stretch of River with long deep glides dropping to fast flowing gravel shallows. The central section contains a weirpool where the river diverges into the River Frays which can also be fished.

Parking & Access:

Private Anglers Car Park in the grounds of the Buckinghamshire Golf Club.

Denham Court Drive (Enter the grounds of Buckinghamshire Golf Club)