KITCHEN MEADOW AND MILLFIELDS
JUNE 16th to MARCH 14th 
no marked pegs
postcode cw7 4eb 

The river here continues from the top flash length, and is very similar with reeds and snaggy areas.Roach, Chub, Bream, Eels, Pike, Perch and Carp are present and the occasional Barbel have also been caught. The remains of middle flash which silted 
up years ago are on the opposite bank through the trees at the top of the length. This length contains a lot of overhanging trees and submerged timbers.

 

Access times are as for Top Flash and the river..... not before 6.30am! Day tickets are NOT available on this length; strictly members only. Access is from Top Flash car park, walk through the farmyard and turn LEFT at Weaver Hall, through the yard and then take 1st access gate on the right hand side to Kitchen meadow and then on to Millfields. Please close all gates !

PAY ATTENTION TO THE PARKING RULES ON THE NOTICE BOARDS.

TOP FLASH river 
JUNE 16th to MARCH 14th 
no marked pegs
postcode cw7 4eb 

This length of river is very much like the Dane, and offers good fishing with good chub, rare barbel, roach, bream to 8lb, dace, big perch and pike to double figures. Lots of features and seldom fished, when the river is in high flood it becomes part of the lake, therefore often carp can be found near the stream waiting to enter the flash. A typical session by the club secretary
resulted in a mixed bag to 30lb with dace, chub and roach plus quality perch. 
Access is as that for the Flash, going left through the wood just before the stream crossing or over and round the back of the flash. Times are as for the flash, not past the sign in the access road before 6.30am and finish by 10pm at the car park. 
Parking by the lake in dry weather only.
PAY ATTENTION TO THE PARKING RULES ON THE NOTICE BOARDS.

ASH BROOK 
JUNE 16th to MARCH 15th 
no marked pegs
postcode cw7 4dy

This small stream joins the river Weaver just below Hunting bridge where
WDAA have a small stretch. Narrow and overhung, it holds chub, roach,
perch and maybe even the odd barbel or trout and is often overlooked.

Access is from Hunting bridge as per the upper weaver.
Fishing is from the left side bank.

 

UPPER WEAVER HUNTING BRIDGE
JUNE 16th to MARCH 14th 
no marked pegs 
postcode cw5 6ed 

This is a very pleasant stretch of the river, not unlike the Dane, winding through the fields and overgrown in places. Pegs are where you find or make them, and it is well worth a day for the roaming angler who likes quiet secluded fishing.The river was stocked in 1990s with Chub, Dace and Barbel purchased from a very good source. The brood fish were Kennet and Avon fish and that stocking has been producing
results for a few years now ,Roach, Dace, Chub to 6lb, Barbel and even the odd Trout . The river also holds Perch and small pike . Unlike the Dane, there are very few Minnows in this stretch and consequently maggot is a very productive bait.  
The nearby EA monitoring station ensures regular license checks !

Access is from Lea Green lane and parking is at the side of the lane at the bottom taking care not to obstruct the farmers access to the fields. Walk down the track then turn left  (downhill) and through the gate.  Close all gates.

 

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