Weybridge Angling Club

Weybridge Angling Club founded 1900



Our new sit can be found at https://weybridgeac.wixsite.com/home  

Although the new site is still under construction the new membership form can be found on it under the Membership Tab.

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Welcome to Weybridge Angling Clubs Web site. We’ve tried to make this a fun and informative site, so please enjoy.

Weybridge Angling Club is based in Weybridge, Surrey and has been in existence since 1900. As angling clubs go we’re quite small (currently less then 100 members) and our waters offer both interesting and challenging fishing.

If you have any history, news or photos associated with Weybridge Angling Club then we would be pleased to here from you.

For our Venues please scroll down below......

Venues on the Weybridge AC Club Card

River Wey, Weybridge

Our Jewel in the crown water is the River Wey in Weybridge (the section upstream of the road bridge on which the Queens Head Public House sits). This short stretch (22 pegs) features easy access with excellent winter roach fishing and in the summer if tackled correctly carp to over 20lb. During the warmer months good mixed nets can be had from most pegs.

Click here for the R Wey water Levels.

The Wey Navigation Canal - Weybridge to Send

These are the same sections as we used to have rights to fish under the now defunct "Wey Navigation Canal Association". If you wish to take along a friend then day tickets are available from local tackle shops.

 Wey Navigation Access Points with Postcodes.

Weybridge, access to, Sect 1 (actually the R Wey) and Sect 2a (Eastend)

                Weystone Rd, KT13 8XX, Limited Parking in a small public carpark


Blackboys Bridge, Weybridge, access to Sect 2a (Westend), Sect 2b (Eastend)

                Addlestone Rd, KT15 2RX, Park on bridge (DO NOT BLOCK Farmers access across bridge) and on edge of road.


Addlestone Mill, Addlestone, access to Sect 2b (Westend), Sect 3 (Eastend)

                Bourneside Rd KT15 2JX, Park in Parking bays, DO NOT BLOCK Residents access.


New Haw, access to Sect 3 (Southern end) and Sect 4a (Northern End)

                Byfleet Rd, KT15 3JX, Park in service road parallel to canal.


Parvis Bridge, Byfleet, access to Sect 4b (Southern end) and Sect 5 (Northern end)

                Old Parvis Rd, KT14 6LE, Park on edges of the bridge, DO NOT BLOCK THE TURNING BAY


Anchor, Byfleet, access to Sect 6 (Southern end) and Sect 7 (Northern end)

                Wisley Lane, GU23 6QW, VERY limited parking, DO NOT USE PUB CARPARK unless you use the pub


Tannery Lane, Send, access to Tannery lane section north and south

                Tannery Lane, GU23 7EF, plenty of parking in carpark.


New Inn, Send, access to top end of Tannery stretch and New Inn stretch

                Broadmead lane, GU23 7AE, Limited parking on roadside, DO NOT BLOCK residents access.

The Jubilee River

The River Thames, Bray

The River Thames, Cliveden Reach


 The River Thames, Cookham

Fishing is from the yacht marina upstream to approx. 400m beyond the railway bridge.

Park in public car park off B4447 or limited parking in roads in Bourne End and walk across bridge to fishery.

Fishery Specific Rules
Night fishing is permitted on this fishery. If you fish in front of the houses at the upstream end of the fishery politely inform the house owner before you begin. No fishing in front of cottages between Cookham Bridge and yacht marina.

Post code
Public car park on “The Pound”
Between codes SL6 9QG & SL6 9SL

 Weirs Mill Stream, Oxford

This stretch is approx. 1000m of Thames back stream including weir below Donnington Bridge

There is limited parking in adjacent roads.

Fishery Specific Rules
Night fishing is permitted on this fishery. No night fishing near the house boats, please keep quiet. All TVAA members fish this water as guests of the Complete Tanglers angling club.

Post code

Click here for the R Thames water levels

And here's a river Webcam located at Henley on Thames, it has 2 days of saved pictures so you can gauge the rivers level and whether it's rising or falling.

And for the 5 day weather forcast click here

Basic Club Match rules

We run a full season long match schedule, none of us are world champions, but we do try to enjoy ourselves.

We run to the following basic rules, although sometimes venue rules may override ours.

1) A £1.00 match levy is applied to match entry for adults and senior citizens although this is waivered if the venue requires a day ticket.

2) There is an optional £4.00 pools per match.

3) There is an optional £1.00 golden peg pool.

4) On ALL lake matches 2 keepnets must be used.

5) All matches will be peg down unless stated otherwise.

6) Match times are typically, draw 8:00am fish 9:00am - 2:00pm or 9:00 - 3:00pm on day ticket waters.