Fishing the Wey at Bramley

Location

This part of the Wey is also known as the Bramley Wey. It originates at Vachery Pond and runs past Bramley to meet the Wey at Shalford. The stretch of river for fishing is on the east side of the village, where Station Road crosses the river. GU5 0DH.


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Description

A stretch of small river providing river angling on a season ticket. For the club / owner’s webpage for this venue click HERE.

RIVER WEY LEVEL AT BRAMLEY

Details

OWNER / CLUBShamley Green Angling Society
Details of owner / clubCLICK HERE
Website of owner / clubCLICK HERE 
TICKETSeason
SEASONStandard coarse
ROD LIMIT
BAITBOATS ALLOWED
BOATS ALLOWED
DOGS
NIGHT FISHINGNo
HOOKS (usage rules)Barbless
KEEPNETS
SIZE

No boilies / live baiting.

Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WEIGHT
CARPYES
PIKEYES
CATFISH
TENCHYES
BREAMYES
BARBEL
CHUB
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD
DACE
ROACHYES
PERCH
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. COARSE FISH

Information source: club / owner website.

Nearest pub

The Jolly Farmer, High Street, Bramley GU5 0HB

The Wheatsheaf, High Street, Bramley GU5 0HB

Godalming area page

Surrey fishing page

River Wey

See town/village/area pages for weather report, nearest supermarkets and tackle shops.