River Medway fishing: the ultimate guide to angling venues
A guide to fishing in the River Medway
Information about angling in the River Medway with a page for each venue, including fishery controller details, species present, and anglers map. Part of a guide to river fishing in Kent.
The Medway is a long river that arises in Sussex, but flows through a large section of Kent, offering some excellent angling along the way. The river flows through Tonbridge and Maidstone, and joins the Thames by Chatham on the north coast of Kent.
Many fish species are present in the River Medway including pike, bream, chub, barbel, roach, perch, and dace. The lower reaches hold the odd carp, whilst the upper reaches hold some trout.
River Medway fishing map:
River Medway angling venues upstream to downstream:
Yalding to Wateringbury
RIVER MEDWAY LEVEL AT MAIDSTONE
River fishing in Kent
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