Fishing at Abbey Lake
Information about fishing at Abbey Lake including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Chertsey.
Abbey Lake Location
Abbey Lake lies north of Chertsey is situated just east of the A320 Staines Road, on the north side of the M3. West of Ferry Lane with the Abbey River running along the west bank.
Abbey Lake, Chertsey fishery location map:
Abbey Lake is a large gravel pit in north Surrey offering pike angling and carp angling at Chertsey. The depth goes down to 20+ feet in some places. The lake is tree lined and has no island. Fishing is all year and night fishing is allowed.
|Runnymede Angling Association|
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|12 months, membership runs March to March|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
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Species available in Abbey Lake
|GEN CRSE FISH|
In nearby Thorpe is the Red Lion (Village Road TW20 8UE), or to the south towards Chertsey for the Golden Grove (St. Anns Hill, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 9EN).
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