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Grand Union Canal, Aylesbury Arm

Canal fishing: Aylesbury to Marsworth

Information about fishing at Grand Union Canal, Aylesbury Arm including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Bucks.

Location

This stretch of canal is an off shoot of the main Grand Union Canal, and splits away in the vicinity of Marsworth and then heads west to Aylesbury (HP20 1EB) via Wilstone (HP23 4PE), Puttenham, and Broughton. HP22 5EZ. The towpath is on the south side of the canal.

Aylesbury Arm fishery location map:

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Description


A long stretch of canal supplying coarse angling via season ticket in urban and mainly rural areas. Boat traffic is moderate, and far bank features are good. Try float fished corn for the tench. For the club’s webpage for this venue click HERE.

Details

OWNER / CLUB:
The Tring Anglers
Details of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
Website of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
TICKET
Day and season ticket
SEASON:
All year
ROD LIMIT:
BAITBOATS ALLOWED:
BOATS ALLOWED:
DOGS ALLOWED:
NIGHT FISHING:
No
HOOKS (usage rules):
KEEPNETS:
SIZE:
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  YES  30lb+
PIKE
CATFISH
TENCH  YES  7lb
BREAM  YES  5lb
BARBEL
CHUB  YES  5lb+
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD
DACE
ROACH YES  1lb+
PERCH YES  3lb
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. COARSE FISH

Nearest pub

This depends on which stretch you fish.

The west end: The Plough, Tring Rd, Aylesbury HP20 1JH

The east end: The Half Moon, 60 Tring Road, Wilstone HP23 4PD

Aylesbury fishing page

Buckinghamshire Grand Union Canal page

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