Fishing the River Blackwater

Much of the River Blackwater forms Surrey’s western border. The river arises in Rowhill, near Aldershot. Upstream of Lakeside Park in Ash is it just a stream of little use to an angler; downstream of this point it gains depth and width as it flows past Mytchett and Frimley. As it passes Camberley it is a fully fledged river offering fishing sport to anglers until it exits Surrey beyond Yateley on its way to joining the Loddon.

At Camberley and Blackwater there are several quality stretches of river providing angling, and at Yateley some excellent stretches of river are available for fishing.

After Yateley the river enters Berkshire and joins with the Whitewater shortly before joining the Loddon at Swallowfield.

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River Blackwater fishing venues

Surrey fishing:

Ash Vale to Frimley Park

Hawley Meadows

Blackwater Park – NO FISHING

Blackwater

Shepherd Meadows

River Valley

Yateley Road

Yateley West Fishery

Mill Bridge

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Berkshire fishing:

River Whitewater, Heckfield

Farley Farm

Swallowfield

RIVER BLACKWATER LEVEL AT BLACKWATER

Surrey fishing

Berkshire fishing

River fishing

Yateley fishing

Camberley fishing

Swallowfield fishing