established 1908



JUNE 16th to MARCH 14th
Peg numbers 569 to 553.
postcode cw7 2pa

This length is opposite the Red lion and Ferry steps length and it is accessed
via Bradbury New road with parking off the road in a small car park.
From here walk right along the bank of the old inlet and behind Codona's
park where banks are quiet and wooded. Wide and fairly deep, shallower
close in, it holds bream shoals and roach ,use the pole or feeder rod.

Occasional carp can be caught using boily or pellet, and a few resident
pike through the winter months.The inlet is deep with silt and holds
tench ,eels and carp.This area used to be used for loading salt barges.
Originally the river ran through here and around the salt piles, with a
swingbridge onto the meadow island.
Pegs along the main length are ideally suited to match angling.


Due to the park there is no night fishing on this length.
Going left off the car park gives access to Meadow island
length where night fishing is allowed with the right permits.
3 rods can be used. Be aware of match fixtures.
Day tickets are available.


All anglers fishing the association pools and rivers, have the right ,whenever questioned by a bailiff of the association, to request that the bailiff also is able to show his/her card. If any members are asked to leave the water for whatever reason by a bailiff and he/she fails to produce a valid bailiff card please contact a member of the fishery management team or comittee.