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Town Lock to Coxes Lock

Canal fishing in Addlestone

Information about fishing on the Wey Navigation between Town Lock, Weybridge and Coxes Lock, Addlestone, including fishery location map and controlling angling club.

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Season tickets: Thames Valley Angling Association via affiliated clubs, including Weybridge Angling Club 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.

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The Navigation makes its way from Addlestone to Weybridge along this stretch, providing ample fishing opportunities.

This stretch contains Blackboy’s Bridge and is often referred to just as “Blackboy’s”. Reportedly it is a good stretch for winter fishing using bread punch. Fishing is said to be good opposite the Pelican pub.

Parking is available in the vicinity of Blackboy’s Bridge along the west end of Addlestone Road. KT15 2RX. There are popular swims on the north side of Blackboy’s Bridge.

Parking is also available near Coxes Lock at the south end of Bourneside Road in Addlestone. KT15 2JX.

Downstream stretch: Thames Lock to Town Lock

Upstream stretch: Coxes Lock to New Haw Lock

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