Fishing in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex and Surrey
Fishing guide: the Wey Navigation
Fishing on the Wey Navigation: 15 miles of angling opportunities
This page covers angling on the Wey Navigation canal: a 20 mile stretch of navigable waterway from Thames Lock in the north to Godalming Wharf in the south, running through 17 locks. The Wey Navigation is classified as a river by the EA and is thus subject to the standard coarse close season.
10:30 hrs – The slipway at Stoke lock is out of action until the 4th February, due to the preliminary works for the lock closure. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or … Continue reading →
15.40hrs: Please be advised that there may be navigation restrictions at Stoke Lock tomorrow between 09.00 – 12.30. This is due to the maintenance team putting up the gantry in advance of the planned stoppage on 21.01.19. You can also … Continue reading →
09.30hrs – There is a fallen tree across the navigation between New Haw lock and Coxes Lock. It is passable with care. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office … Continue reading →
10.15– Newark Lock is now fully operational You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigations office 01483 561389 (recorded message not updated at weekends).
12:20 – Newark Lock has reopened to Navigation however please do not use the upper offside paddle as this remains out of action. 11:05 – Newark Lock is temporarily closed while the maintenance team works on one of the paddles. … Continue reading →
Watch a video of fish underwater in the Navigation (Walsham Gates to Newark Lock):