Guildford Angling Society

Places to fish

River Wey



In recent years the National Trust has carried out extensive renovation work, replacing several lock gates and tidying the banks to make the river enjoyable for anglers as well as boat users.

The river is not fished a great deal and is rich with natural food producing some good size carp, chub, barbel and perch. The most popular spots on the river seem to be the Town Stretch, Triggs Lock and Bowers so finding somewhere peaceful to fish won’t be a problem.

The river is open to members and day ticket anglers. Day tickets can be bought from bailiffs who visit regularly.

Access to the river can be gained from Woodbridge Meadows, Woking Road, Stoke Lock, Cowley Meadows and Triggs Lock.

Please abide by the rules as the river is for everyone’s enjoyment.

Brittens Pond



Located just off the A320 between Woking and Guildford in Surrey, Brittens Pond is a 5.5 acre fishery with 30+ swims available, 8 of which have disabled access.

Fishing depths of up to 4ft, it has a mainly silty bottom with some gravel and clay areas. Main attractions include 3 feature islands.

Good stock of both Common and Mirror Carp, with the average Carp caught around 12lb. Other species Brittens Pond can offer anglers include Perch up to 2lb, Crucian Carp up to 1lb, Tench up to 3lb and a good stock of well-sized Roach and Rudd.

Brittens Pond has undergone regeneration over the last few years and with the next phase due to happen in the coming years, it will mean the area will be complete for following generations to come.

If any member has any questions or is not certain of these rules then please contact the Bailiff, before commencing fishing.

Please ensure that you leave Brittens Pond by 7:00AM on the day of a match.