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Kennet & Avon Canal, Sulhamstead


Fishing in Sulhamstead

Information about fishing at Kennet & Avon Canal, Sulhamstead including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the Kennet & Avon Canal.

Location

This stretch of the Kennet & Avon Canal is located north west of Sulhamstead village, downstream of Sulhamstead Hill Road and starts where the River Kennet splits away from the Canal at a weir. Fishing is from either bank from where the River splits away to where it rejoins near Sulhamstead Lock.

Kennet & Avon Canal, Sulhamstead fishery location map:

Description


A stretch of canal offering coarse angling via season ticket at Sulhamstead. For the club’s webpage for this venue click HERE. Ticket also covers the River at Sulhamstead.

Details

OWNER / CLUB:
CALPAC
Details of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
Website of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
TICKET
Day and season
SEASON:
Standard coarse
ROD LIMIT:
BAITBOATS ALLOWED:
BOATS ALLOWED:
DOGS ALLOWED:
NIGHT FISHING:
No
HOOKS (usage rules):
Barbless or microbarbed only
KEEPNETS:
No
SIZE:
700 yards
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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Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WEIGHT
CARP
PIKE
CATFISH
TENCH YES
BREAM YES
BARBEL YES 10lb+
CHUB YES
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD YES
DACE
ROACH YES
PERCH YES
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. COARSE FISH

Nearest pub

The Spring Inn, Bath Road, Sulhamstead RG7 5HP

Theale fishing page

Kennet & Avon Canal page

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

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