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Epsom Angling Society Waters

Chertsey new lake

Welcome To Our Waters.

The Society has established fisheries on the Rivers Mole and Wey, two lakes in Newdigate near Dorking, two lakes in Chertsey has fishing on 32 miles of the Basingstoke canal.


A secure fishery, with hard standing car parking and easy access for disabled anglers.
Two lovely lakes each about an acre in size, the top lake has 20 permanent swims, with one specially designed for disabled anglers.
The bottom lake is deeper with natural banks and good cover.
The lakes nestle in woodland surroundings and are ideal for juniors and novice anglers as well as match fishermen.
Both lakes are well stocked with carp into double figures, roach, rudd and tench with the bottom lake also containing bream and chub. Fishing is allowed all year round.


Newdigate top lake


Chertsey new lake


The Chertsey fishery consists of two well established lakes with carp up to high doubles and a good head of silver fish, especially roach, rudd and the occasional perch.
Easy car parking is available in the evenings and at weekends within a short walk of the banks. Fishing is allowed all year round.


River Mole

We fish a very natural stretch of the River Mole at Cobham across the fields from Plough Lane. Catches have included pike in the 20s and barbel over 14lbs.
Perch over two pounds and chub over four pounds have also been caught there.
No fishing between 15th Match and 15th June inclusive.


River Mole at Cobham


River Wey in Weybridge

River Wey

A small secluded stretch of the River Wey at Weybridge holds perch, roach, chub, bream, dace and the occasional pike. It's a fairly short walk from a large area of free parking and offers a quiet days river fishing.
No fishing between 15th Match and 15th June inclusive.

Basingstoke Canal

We are also members of the Basingstoke Canal Anglers Association, which gives our members access to 32 miles of the canal from Byfleet where it joins the Wey Navigation to Odiham in Hampshire! There really is some superb fishing to be had quite close to home, with double figure carp to be caught in many sections.
No fishing between 15th Match and 15th June inclusive.

Basingstoke Canal

Further details of our waters including location maps are available to our members in the Members Area.

If you are a prospective new member and have any questions about our waters, Bill, our fisheries officer will be happy to talk to you on 07714 540076



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New Notices
  • Thank you to those who attended the working party.
    Lots of jobs done today and my grateful thanks to Colin, Mike, John, Peter, Peter and Roy as all worked hard on behalf of our membership.


  • Spring Newsletter
    The Spring Newsletter is available to download in the members' area.

  • AGM Minutes
    The minutes for the 2017 Annual General Meeting are in the members' area.


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    Winning Pair


    New Results

  • WinterLeagueRnd3.pdf
    Delayed Winter League Round 3.
    Reffolds Bottom Lake, Sunday 25th March 2018.
    1st Rod Stoyle 11lb 4oz
    2nd Jason Luke 8lb 8oz
    3rd Bozzy Beard 4lb 6oz
    7 Fished

  • WinterLeagueRnd5.pdf
    Winter League Round 5.
    Reffolds Top Lake. Sunday 18th February.
    1st Rod Stoyle 37lb 4oz
    2nd John Oliver 13lb 8oz
    3rd Roy Allibone 9lb 8oz
    8 fished

  • JuniorForm.pdf
    Junior membership application form.