Fishing on the Wey Navigation: 15 miles of angling opportunities
Information about angling on the Wey Navigation canal: a 20 mile stretch of navigable waterway from Thames Lock in the north to Godalming Wharf in the south, running through 17 locks. The Wey Navigation is classified as a river by the EA and is thus subject to the standard coarse close season.
Wey Navigation fishery map:
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.
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16.50hrs – The Navigation is now fully open from Godalming Wharf to Thames Lock. Please note. There are two booms still in place 150m upstream of Bowers Old Bucks weir. These booms are either side of the River and should be … Continue reading →
12.30hrs – Due to a pollution incident the River is closed between Millmead Lock and Bowers Lock. River conditions from Godalming Wharf to Millmead Lock and Bowers Lock to Thames Lock are normal and open for navigation. Please remember to … Continue reading →
8.50hrs – The river is closed from Millmead Lock to Stoke Lock due to an incident. River conditions from Godalming Wharf to Millmead Lock and Bowers Lock to Thames Lock are normal and open for navigation. Please remember to adhere … Continue reading →
09.50hrs – The sluice on the lower gate, cottage side is currently out of action at Newhaw Lock. The lock remains open and property staff are currently work to restore the sluice. Please remember to adhere to Government Tier 4 … Continue reading →