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:
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19.30hrs — The navigation is now fully open from Godalming Wharf to Thames Lock. You can also check the latest river conditions by calling Thames Lock 01932 843106 or the Navigation office 01483 561389 (recorded message not updated at weekends)
09.45hrs – Dangerous conditions to navigation exist between Triggs Lock and Worsfold Gates, Papercourt lock to Walsham Gates and Town Lock to Thames Lock and it is not safe to proceed along the navigation at this time in this area. … Continue reading →
08.50hrs – Godalming Wharf to Thames Lock – all river sections of the navigations are in flood, dangerous conditions to navigation exist and it is not safe to proceed along the waterway at this time. You can also check the … Continue reading →
07.30hrs – Dangerous conditions to navigation exist from Catteshall Lock to Worsfold Gates, Papercourt Lock to Walsham Gates, and Town Lock to Thames Lock, and it is not safe to proceed along the navigation, at this time, in this area. … Continue reading →
17.00hrs – Dangerous conditions to navigation exist from Millmead Lock to Worsfold Gates, and it is not safe to proceed along the navigation, at this time, in this area. River conditions from Godalming Wharf to Millmead Lock, and Worsfold Gates … Continue reading →