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Staines fishing

A quality guide to fishing in Staines

Information about Staines fishing, covering angling venues, tackle shops, supermarkets, and local weather. Part of a guide to angling in Surrey and Middlesex.


Staines is a large town on the River Thames near where the western M25 crosses the Thames. Most of the town lies on the east bank of the Thames in Middlesex, but some of the conurbation lies on the west bank in Surrey. Staines lies east of Egham and is served by the A30 and the A308. TW18 4QR. In the surrounding areas are some of the most famous carp lakes in Britain.

Angler amenities

The River Thames provides river fishing in the Staines area and holds the typical coarse river species; meanwhile numerous lakes in the area supply season ticket fishing for large carp and general coarse fish. Specimen tench and bream are on offer at Staines Lake, whilst specimen catfish and carp are available at Moor Lane Lake. Moor Lane Back Lake contains big carp, tench and bream, and similarly Moor Lane Front Lake offers angling for pike and specimen carp and tench.

Staines has a tackle shop; Davies Angling (47-49 Church Street TW18 4EN).

The town has a large retail presence for an angler to stock up for fishing trips, and adjacent to Davies Angling is the Two Rivers Retail Park. This contains a Waitrose. On the west side of the Thames there is a Sainsbury’s based on the south side of The Causeway (TW18 3AP).

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