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Dorking fishing

Fishing in Dorking, Surrey.

Information about fishing in Dorking, including Brockham, Mickleham, Abinger Hammer and Westcott. Part of a guide to angling in Surrey.

Dorking is situated in the North Downs at the eastern end of the county on the meeting point of the A24 and A25. RH4 1UX. The Mole provides ample river fishing options in the Dorking area. There are several coarse fishing lakes in the vicinity offering season ticket and day ticket angling, and Bury Hill supplies specimen carp fishing to the west of the town. Fly fishing is available at venues in Abinger Hammer.

There is one fishing tackle shop in the town: S C Fuller 28-30, South Street RH4 2HQ. Nearby is the on-site tackle shop at Old Bury Hill fishery (RH4 3JU).

The main shopping areas in the town are West Street, High Street, and South Street. There are two supermarkets in the town. Sainsbury’s are located at 32-38 High Street RH4 1AY and Waitrose at 48 South Street RH4 2HQ.

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Waters and fishing venues in Dorking

Bury Hill – Bonds Lake

Bury Hill – Milton Lake

Bury Hill – Old Lake

Bury Hill – Temple Lake

Castlefields Lake

Coach Road Pond

Frog Island Lake (Tillingbourne)

Henfold Lakes (Newdigate)

Mill Pond

Paddington Mill

Puddenhole Lake

River Mole Betchworth

River Mole Brockham

River Mole Dorking

River Mole Mickleham

The Old Quarry

Tillingbourne Trout Farm

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