Fishing in Chertsey, Surrey
Chertsey is a small town north of Addlestone between St Ann’s Hill and the River Thames. The town possesses several opportunities to fish the Thames, while The Bourne provides numerous options for small river fishing. Fishing lakes around the town hold a plentiful supply of carp fishing and pleasure angling.
Angler’s map for Chertsey. View fishing in North Surrey in a larger map
For supermarkets to stock up for fishing trips Chertsey has a Sainsbury’s (1 The Sainsbury Centre, Heriot Rd KT16 9AG), and a Tesco Express (Eastworth Road KT16 8DX). The main shopping area lies along Windsor Street and Guildford Street. There is a small market on Saturday mornings.
The town does possess a number of pubs. The Thyme at The Tavern, 20 London Street KT16 8AA (which won the CAMRA north Surrey pub of the year 2012), and The Crown at 8 London St, KT16 8AP are both near Sainsbury’s. Also in the town centre lies the King’s Head 103, Guildford Street KT16 9AS. On the western edge of the town is the The Golden Grove, Ruxbury Rd, St. Ann’s Hill, KT16 9EN.Information: Use our species pages to find the fisheries that suit you: CARP, PIKE, TENCH, TROUT, CATFISH, BARBEL. Use search options for different categories such as day ticket, night fishing and season ticket. ----------
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Watch a large carp being caught at the Thames by Chertsey Bridge: