Grayshott Angling Club has a variety of venues offering varied fishing to suit all tastes.

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Waggoners Wells Lakes

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 Species Present:  Carp to 20lbs, Tench, Crucian Carp, Roach, Rudd, Perch, Gudgeon, Brown Trout and Eels.

Historic Waggoners Wells dates back to the 17th Century where it is believed the lakes were constructed for use as “Hammer ponds” to support the local iron industry at the time. The venue consists of three lakes each feeding into each other with the best fishing present in the bottom and middle lakes with the top lake nearest the car park reserved for dog swimming.

The bottom and middle lakes hold stocks of the original Leany Carp strain introduced into the Lakes some 60+ years ago with some specimens exceeding 20lbs.

In addition both lakes are well stocked with other species Gudgeon, Perch, Tench and truly top class Roach fishing with many specimens in excess of 1lb + falling to float fished sweetcorn and bread flake. The middle lake is also home to some large pike and Eels for the patient angler who is prepared to put in the time to capture these elusive specimens. The venue is closed and observes the traditional close seasons from the 15th March re-opening on the 16th June.

Fishing is from dawn until dusk with no night fishing on the venue.


Hollywater Lake

 Hollywater 1

Species Present:  Carp, Pike, Perch, Rudd, Roach, Tench, Crucian Carp.

 The most recent addition to the GAC portfolio the venue tucked away on the Hollywater Road between Passfield and Whitehill (Take the turning for Arthur Rudd’s Yard and the parking to the venue is on the left just before the bridge over the stream)

 The lake holds a good stock of Roach and Rudd with Tench, Carp and Pike also present.

The Carp run particuarly large with a decent head of fish in excess of 20lb, a stealthy approach is needed with well placed baits if these specimens are going to be caught.

 Fishing is from 6 swims along the western bank of the fishery.

 Fishing is from dawn until dusk with no night fishing on the venue. Similar to Waggoners Wells Lakes the venue operates under the traditional coarse fishing close season and is closed from the 15th March re-opening on the 16th June.

Fishing is from dawn to dusk with no night fishing on the venue


Damson Pond

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 Species Present: Carp, Tench, Rudd, Roach, Perch and Crucian Carp.

 Guaranteed to catch whatever the weather the venue is located in peaceful countryside on the outskirts of Grayswood near Haslemere.

 The venue is small but prolific offering excellent sport all year round with good catches whatever the weather. Float fishing of all types delivers the best results with baits such as pellet, sweetcorn, meat and boilies best for the carp and larger Rudd.

Perch were added two years ago to reduce the small Rudd population, drop shot lures and Lobworms account for some large specimens in excess of 2lb.

 The venue also holds signal crayfish and members should take care to ensure landing nets and keepnets are shaken well and fully dried before re-use at other venues. We also have Crayfish traps which are managed by a third party, members should not remove these.

The venue is open year round.

 Fishing is from dawn until dusk, no night fishing allowed


Blacknest Golf Course

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 Species Present: Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Crucian Carp and Bream.

 The venue operates in partnership with Blacknest Golf Course offering excellent mixed fishing from six designated swims on the main bank opposite the golf course.

 No personal landing nets allowed. Nets for members to use are stored in a locked box waterside. Non members purchasing a day ticket will be supplied with a net by the Golf Club (deposit of £20 required). Please note both members and day ticket anglers need to supply their own landing net handle. Keep-nets are not to be used unless in a club sanctioned match.

Grayshott AC members do not have to purchase a day ticket.

For more information on this water, please click here.

The venue is open for fishing all year round.


The River Wey Wrecclesham (North)

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 Species Present: Chub, Barbel, Roach, Dace, Gudgeon, Eels, and Brown Trout.

 Our stretch of the North Wey at Wrecclesham offers classic small water river fishing where a “travel light” approach works best moving from swim to swim.

The ongoing introduction of Roach has improved the size and quality of the Roach fishing on this stretch with many specimens well in excess of 1lb coming to float fished maggot and caster.

 The venue also offers excellent Brown Trout fishing with fly fishing available from the 1st April to the 30th September annually. An additional charge is made for Trout fishing over and above the standard membership ticket.


The River Wey Mellow Farm

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 Species Present: Chub, Roach, Dace, Gudgeon, Eels, Pike and Brown Trout.

 A beautiful stretch of approximately one mile of the upper reaches of the River Wey near Mellow Farm.

 Very similar to the Wrecclesham stretch the venue offers excellent fishing with a variety of methods proving successful.

 The venue also offers in season trout fishing for the prolific stock of Brown Trout as part of the clubs Trout fishing ticket.