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River Thames, Laleham

Promote your business at UK FishermanThis free fishing stretch of the River Thames, Laleham offers some excellent river coarse fishing. Here, the Thames is around 50 metres wide with depths between 5-8 metres. The water flow is usually clear and steady. Be warned that the upstream end can get very busy in the summer with picknickers and campers.

Best areas are where Ferry Lane forks off from Thames Side and Laleham Green. Best tactics are a heavy waggler float or maggot feeder with maggots on the hook over a bed of hemp. With the waggler approach, use three number 8 shot down the line to a size 18 hook. When using the maggot feeder cast tight to the far bank for chub [to 5lb], roach and perch. Downstream there are some good waggler pegs - fish 4-5 rod lengths out with maggot for roach, perch and dace.

Address: Ferry Lane, Laleham, Surrey, England, UK
Species: carp, dace, roach, perch, chub
Tel: Davis Angling [Staines] on 01784 461831
Prices: FREE fishing
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