Angling in Surrey
Information about fishing in Surrey, England. Here you can search for fishing by species, type, angling clubs, or by area.
The county of Surrey has been catalogued into areas relevant to angling. These are villages, towns, suburbs, canals or rivers in Surrey.
Each fishing area has a bespoke page that is an angling guide with angler’s map, a description of the location, a postcode for your SATNAV, a weather report for that area of Surrey, information on fishing tackle shops, supermarkets and conveniently sited pubs in the area along with a list of Surrey lakes, waters and fishing venues in the vicinity. To check for flood alerts in this county click HERE.
Use the interactive map or the A-Z list of areas for Surrey angling.
To search for fisheries by other means in Surrey scroll down.
A to Z list of Surrey fishing areas: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. Scroll to the footer for Search and useful links.|
Canal fishing in Surrey:
The ultimate guide to fishing in Surrey. In the north of Surrey the Thames provides prolonged stretches of free fishing while its tributaries the Mole and the Wey cut through vast tracts of Surrey and supply numerous season ticket fishing venues. In the west the Blackwater provides some quality Surrey river fishing before leaving the county to go on and join the Loddon and eventually pour into the Thames.
Surrey holds vast numbers of lakes open to fishing from huge gravel pits to small farm ponds, from urban stillwaters to remote rural ponds. Venues with specimen carp, tench and pike are present, along with ample options for pleasure or match angling.
Use the species pages to find fishing venues in Surrey holding fish of that type.Middlesex fishing page