Wey Navigation: Thames Lock to Town Lock
Information about fishing on the Thames Lock to Town Lock stretch of the Wey Navigation in Weybridge.
|Season tickets:||Thames Valley Angling Association via affiliated clubs, including Weybridge Angling Club and Addlestone Angling Society.|
|Day tickets:||Available from local tackle shops.|
|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.
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This is the most downstream stretch of the Wey Navigation, the last before it meets the Thames. This stretch offers canal angling in Weybridge on season and day tickets.
Fishing is on the west bank, north of the Weybridge Road (A317); several paths come in from Hamms Court to the towpath.
Parking is to be found around the vicinity of Wey Road and Bridge Road in order to fish the southern stretch. Alternatively park in Beales Lane or Jessamy Road, and cross Whittets Ait by foot to reach Thames Lock.
Upstream stretch: Town Lock to Coxes Lock