River Colnebrook, Wraysbury, Surrey

The fishery can easily be accessed from either Junction 13 or 14 of the M25 and extends from the bridge over the western arm of the river on the Horton Road, Horton along the west bank southwards to the automatic weir near Wraysbury Station.
The fishery approximately three quarters of a mile in length and including two flood relief channels (lagoons), is indicated by notice beards and entrance is gained from either end, although parking at lhe southern end is restricted to Wraysbury Station car park only. Members are advised that caution should be exercised when using this car park as cars have been vandalised in the past.
Access is off the Horton Road almost immediately after the Horton Bridge over the river (coming from the M25 direction). Turn left after the bridge and then bear left to a five bar gate which has a CLPS padlock. Parking is then available through practically the whole length of the fishery but cars must not be left on the track itself. The gates should be kept looked at all times unless indicated otherwise on a particular day. Members should be aware that the track may become difficult after heavy rainfall.
NB Beware of overhead cables. Within a certain distance of these cables members fish at their own risk. Members should also warn their guests about the cables.
The fishery is classed as a mixed fishery with Carp, Pike, Barbel, Chub, Eels, Roach, plus Perch, Dace, Gudgeon, Bleak and Minnows.
NH: P/ease be aware there are new gates / barrier at the Cemex /Kingsmead site. The opening hours for the site are:
Monday to Friday 07.00 until 17.00 and Saturday 07.00 until 12.00
Access is still available to the fishery outside these hours by using the Society combination lock on the gate and the number provided in the handbook.

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