We have the Colne Brook from Coppermill Lane beside the railway station down to the road bridge over Staines Road at Hythe End, approximately one and a half miles in length There are various depths from fast shallows, to pools of five or six feet. Most of the river is tree-lined and can be fished from either bank, the width varying from fifteen to twenty feet.
The river holds good Chubb up to 6lbs, Barbel up to 14lbs, Bream to 10lbs, Carp to 20lb, Tench, Trout to 4lbs, Eels, Pike, Perch, and good size Dace.
The Close Season applies on the river, so no fishing from March 15h to June 15th. Night fishing is allowed and seems to pay dividends. The river repays persistence.
No Day Tickets are available. Members Only, but members can buy Guest tickets but must accompany the guest.
Location & Access
TW19 5BS AT WATTS POOL END
Next to Wraysbury Railway Station at Top end.
The river can be accessed from the car park at Watts Pool, TW19 5BS OR
at Wraysbury Railway Station, you can park in the station car park and walk to the riverbank, either side of the railway line.
On the Wraysbury side of the station, there is an iron gate with a track on the other side. Go around the gate and down the track, through the car park and through the gate on the other side OR turn right and then go left along the path.
- Brown Trout
- Common Carp
- Mirror Carp