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Papercourt Lock to Worsfold Gates

Canal fishing in Send: Wey Navigation

Information about fishing at Wey Navigation, Papercourt Lock to Worsfold Gates including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the Wey Navigation.

Papercourt Lock to Worsfold Gates fishery location map:

Tickets

Season tickets: Thames Valley Angling Association via affiliated clubs, including Send Angling Society and Addlestone Angling Society.
Day tickets: Available from local tackle shops.

General rules

No night fishing
Maximum 2 rods
No fishing within 50 metres of locks
Standard coarse season applies
Produce ticket to National Trust staff

Additional rules apply. Please check the TVAA website.

TVAA and the National Trust have not restricted the use of bloodworm or joker on this stretch.

Information:
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Details

This stretch of the Navigation curves round Send village, runs south of Old Woking and then runs north of Send Marsh. It goes under the A247 at The Cartbridge. Fishing is from the northern / western bank where the towpath runs.

Downstream stretch: Newark Lock to Papercourt Lock

Upstream stretch: Worsfold Gates to Triggs Lock

River Wey

Wey Navigation

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