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Twynersh Fishery

Thorpe Road, Chertsey, Surrey , Surrey , KT16 9EJ

Selected as a site of nature conservation importance by the Surrey Wildlife Trust, Twynersh offers eight mature gravel pits set in 44-acres of natural woodland. Brilliantly run, with not a spot of litter in sight, the fishing at Twynersh matches the surroundings, with plenty of silver fish sport, plus carp from single figures to a venue record 44lb common.

Fenced in, with secure parking, café, bait shop and clean toilets, Twynersh is the perfect place for beginners to catch their first fish, or for specimen anglers to catch their dream fish. Besides the stunning, scaley carp and plentiful roach, the complex is also home to double figure tench, bream and pike.

Beginners should tackle Pit 1 with a short pole and fish maggots up in the water for lots of bites from roach, rudd and perch in the margins. Or, if you’re after a double figure carp, stay on Pit 1 and fish a method feeder.

Light pole rigs for silvers, method feeder with 10lb mainline for carp on Pit 1 and match lake, traditional carp gear for specimen lakes.

Pit 1 is deep, so use Sonubaits Stiki Pellet to make sure your method mix is still on the feeder by the time it hits bottom.

All the swims on Pit 1 are will produce to float or feeder tactics. Try casting a method feeder to the island from the road bank on match lake.

Don’t forget your Environment Agency Rod Licence, as you won’t be allowed to fish without one. Visit for a full breakdown of the Twynersh rules, that include no keepnets and barbless hooks only.

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