About Albury Estate Fisheries
The Albury lakes consist of Vale End and Weston for Day members, with Powder Mills reserved for Season Members.
Park Lake is reserved purely for Syndicate members.
Pay per visit with access to Vale End and Weston lakes in Albury.
Pay once per season for unlimited visits to the day waters plus Powder Mills in Albury and Syon Park.
Access to all the Day and Season lakes plus the treasured Park Lake in the grounds of beautiful Albury Park.
Albury Fly Fishing Lakes
Post Code: GU5 9BE
Two lakes and river beats offer varied fly fishing for rainbow and brown trout in a beautifully landscaped setting.
Vale End provides 4 acres of beautifully landscaped and varied stillwater and stream fishing comprising Belmont Lake and Mill Lake, which nestle at the foot of Belmont Wood.
These waters are fed from the river Tillingbourne, and have an abundance of natural fly life, especially olives and buzzers. Stands of established Alder and Crack Willow provide ample shade and natural cover. Mill Pool and Belmont are stocked with brown and rainbow trout of an average weight of 2lb 8oz up to in excess of 10lb.
The river beats running the length of the fishery are stocked with rainbow and brown trout during the open season.
The cooling effect of the Tillingbourne provides extremely consistent fishing during the summer months whilst helping to keep the lakes ice-free during cold winter periods.
The lakes and stream are stocked up to four times a week.
Location Map – Enter the lake from the A248 in Albury. Entrance is on the South side of the road, close to the Albury village entrance sign. The lakes are 250 m from the A248.
Post Code: GU5 9AF
Open banks and crystal-clear waters teeming with fly life offering great fly fishing for anglers of all abilities. These lakes are fed by spring water from Silent Pool, producing water of exceptional clarity and purity.
Weston Fishery offers three main lakes totalling over 6 acres, with plenty of bank space and open back cast area, and all with a good average depth.
All lakes are dedicated rainbow waters.
An average weight of 2lb 8oz for rainbows is enhanced by a good proportion of larger fish stocked well into double figures. The adjacent Tillingbourne river offers Office beat alongside the lower lake, with remaining beats here as part of the Albury Park Syndicate further upstream.
The lakes are rich in buzzer, olive, damsel, sedge, whilst the river has helped to seed an excellent mayfly hatch.
The lakes are stocked up to four times a week.
Facilities – fishing lodge with Wi-Fi and toilet. Good phone and 3G signal.
Location Map – Enter the lake from the A248 in Albury. Entrance is just opposite the Albury Estate Yard office. Lakes clearly visible from the road.
Post Code: GU4 8NL
Powder Mills is a 4 acre lake in peaceful natural surroundings, off Blacksmith Lane in Chilworth, 2 miles West of Albury. This lake is reserved for Season members.
Sheltered by woodland, the fishery is flanked by two branches of the River Tillingbourne with stream fishing also on offer. The lake is stocked with both rainbow and brown trout and with an abundance of natural food, enjoys excellent buzzer fishing with frequently outstanding hatches of olives, sedge, mayfly and damsel flies. The apricot spinner fall in mid summer is particularly exciting.
In the summer grass snakes can often be seen winding their way lazily across the lake, whilst deer ambling through vault the stream as they go.
Stocking three times a week.
Location Map – Enter the lake from the A248 in Chilworth. Entrance is 250 m from the A248 on the right side.
Post code: GU5 9JA
Exclusively for syndicate members, Albury Park offers lake and stream trout fly fishing in a stunning garden setting.
Albury Park Fishery offers the very best of both lake and stream fishing at this classically beautiful venue set amidst magnificent trees, rhododendron and azalea bushes. It is a peacefully quiet location at which to fish, with the brownie sport for both stocked and wild fish on the Tillingbourne a particular feature.
The tranquil 1.5 acre is stocked with hard-fighting Albury rainbows, averaging 2.25lbs, whilst the river beats offer challenging sport to browns of 1lb to 1.5lbs with a catch and release option here.
The River Tillingbourne running through Albury Park is a delightful stretch to fish, and is divided up into eight distinctive beats, each of some 250 metres in length. The fishing here is varied, some beats are slow deep glides held up by antique sluices, whilst others are steeper faster runs offering a classic pool-and-riffle profile. Fly life is prolific, with stone clingers to agile darters abounding in the well oxygenated water. The mayfly hatch is particularly exciting, and begins around 10th May each season, whilst there are good numbers of sedge during mid to late summer.
The numnber of Syndicate Members is limited and there is a waiting list for new members.