Thames angling in Surrey
This stretch of river runs from just downstream of Molesey Lock up to Hampton Court Bridge, and then continues downstream of the bridge along Cigarette Island Park and Ditton Field; Albany Reach is the Thames side park around Ditton Field. Upstream of Teddington Lock, this part of the river is not tidal. KT7 0QH.
NO FISHING ON THE RIVER MOLE IN THESE PARKS.
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This short stretch is very urban, being either next to main roads or in town parks.
There are no islands, but the river Ember (AKA the River Mole) arrives at the Thames between the two parks after its long journey from Sussex, having rejoined with the ‘Mole’ just upstream of Hampton Court Way (the A309).
Angling on the Thames is allowed in the two parks (on the obvious proviso that a rod licence is held), and bivvies are also permitted (tents and gazebos are not).
There are several boating clubs in this vicinity.
Albany Reach can be accessed from Aragon Avenue where free parking is available.
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If fishing the vicinity of Hampton Court Bridge: The Prince of Wales, 23 Bridge Rd, KT8 9EU
If fishing Ditton Field: The Albany, Queens Rd, KT7 0QY
See town/village/area pages for weather report, nearest supermarkets and tackle shops.