Mid Kent Fisheries - Chertsey
The lakes at Chertsey have a long Carp history and hold fish to 40lb plus, they also have double figure Bream and Tench and big Roach and Pike. The waters are approximately 40, 30 acres in size. Littleton North lake is still being worked and is fairly coloured. Littleton South Lake is the more mature lake and holds large numbers of double figure tench and some very large carp and bream.
From the M25 junction 11 take the A317 sign posted to Chertsey. At the first roundabout turn left still on the A317. Proceed straight over traffic lights to T junction. Turn right onto bridge road over the River Thames. At the end of the bridge turn left by the Kingfisher Pub and follow alongside the River Thames. In front of you will see the M3 motorway bridge. Just before the bridge the entrance to Littleton South is on the right through a padlocked gate.
The entrance to Littleton North Lake is under the motorway and about 200m up on the right, again through a padlocked gate.
DO NOT PARK YOUR CAR ANYWHERE NEAR THE WATER SKI HUT. YOU MAY DRIVE ALONG THE LAKESIDE ON THE RIVER BANK ONLY.
PARKING ON LAKES ON OPPOSITE SIDE
South Lake: Continue past Kingfisher Pub until first roundabout. Turn left and just before M3 bridge turn left into Littleton Lane, car park down on the right hand side.
North Lake: As above and go under M3 bridge until you see Brett Aggregates on left hand side. Go into works past weighbridge bear round to right past the offices, bear left and the Car Park is on the left.
DO NOT OBSTRUCT ANY WORKS ROADS AND ONLY PARK WHERE DESIGNATED. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ASK.
The only access to the lakes is via the Thames side of the lakes.
There is no access through the works on the North Lake and there's no access to the South Lake via Littleton Lane.
More information can be found here: Forum Page for Lakes at Chertsey
Please note that
access to this and all Mid Kent Fisheries sites is strictly
by appointment only.
All our venues
apart from Match Lake are
only available to members. Please check with our office
for the availability of day tickets for Match Lake
Our fishing sites
are on private land and often shared with other amenities
or industrial areas such as working quarries. Requests
for permission to access to view these sites should
be made to the fisheries manager Chris Logsdon.