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River Mole fishing

An unsurpassed guide to fishing the River Mole

A guide to River Mole fishing in Surrey, with a page for each venue. Part of a directory of river fishing in Surrey.

The River Mole arises in Sussex and enters Surrey at Gatwick airport. It then runs along the west side of Horley, and heads north west towards Dorking. Leaving Dorking, the River Mole skirts the south west of Leatherhead and then Cobham, before heading north between Hersham and Esher.

It then swings east and joins the Thames between East Molesey and Thames Ditton at Albany Reach and Cigarette Island Park. The final downstream section falls mainly under the control of Elmbridge Council who do not permit angling on the Mole on their land.

There are numerous fishing spots in Surrey and all of the River Mole in Surrey is suitable for coarse angling, holding all the usual coarse fish river species.

River Mole fishing venues

Angling venues listed from downstream to upstream. Below this list is a map of the River Mole fishing venues.

Walton Campsite

Mill Road, Esher

Cobham North West Side

Cobham Bridge

Painshill Bridge

Painshill Park

Plough Meadows, Cobham

Downside Bridge

Mill Field

Elm Farm

Fetcham Splash





Kinnersley Manor


Gatwick Stream

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