Day Members – 08:30 to Dusk (Last Entry 18:00)
Season Members – 07:30 to Dusk (Last Entry 18:00)
Syon Park Fishery hidden within the beautiful 200 acre parkland grounds of Syon House, a seat of the Duke of Northumberland, only 8 miles from central London.
This is a unique opportunity to sample superb trout fly fishing on a small stillwater only 40 minutes from Clapham Junction by Overground.
The lake and grounds were originally constructed by Capability Brown in the 1760s, the six acre lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout from Albury (and brown trout in season) of an average weight of 2lb 8oz up to in excess of 10lb.
Syon offers easily accessible trout fishing for the novice and more experienced angler alike in a beautiful environment on the outskirts of London. Just across the River Thames from Kew Gardens, Syon Park is only eight miles west along the A4 from Marble Arch. These water enjoys prolific hatches of olives, alders, sedge, buzzers and damsel flies.
Open every day from 08.30 until dusk, except Christmas Day. Last Entry at 18:00.
For GPS users please use TW7 6BB which will bring you to the Syon Park entrance on the corner of ‘Park Road’ and ‘Church Street’, Old Isleworth. See map below.
Syon Park Location
Latest news from Syon Park, London
Updated August 16th
Day member entry will now be from 08:30, not 08:00, the same as all other Albury Estate Fisheries. Last entry is 18:00.
Sustained cooler temperatures have turned the fish away from the inlet and back on the feed! The lake was stocked earlier in the week and both new and existing residents will be thankful to be back at 17 degrees rather than the 25+ they had to endure for the whole of July. Small Montanas and BFDs have caught fish that are in the mood to chase. These great fighters tend to be the newly stocked trout who are still in the competitive mentality.
Those on an extended holiday at Syon Park, the majority of the trout in the lake, have been more selective in their feeding. Buzzers, caddis, and klinkhammers have done extremely well over the last week. A 4lb 9ft leader coupled with a fly no larger than size 14 has been a great combination for the resident rainbows.
The weather has been all over the place recently. It’s great to have some cool and wet days, but for a fairly accurate gap in the clouds we recommend the met office website for up to date weather conditions at Syon. They’ve been pretty spot on over the last few rainy days.
Super star celebrity angler John Tydeman has performed in his biggest role to date in this Cadbury’s advert filmed at Syon Park. He is available for more filming opportunities and word on the street is that Nike have their eyes on him to teach Usain Bolt how to take a few split seconds off his 100m.
In September we will be attending the Lea Valley Countryside Live day. The freshwater fish of Britain will be showcased along with what they feed on and how they live in various different habitats. The story of Albury Trout will be told along with how we grow fish in such a brilliant condition.
On Monday 14th May we participated in a schools day. We showed over 200 primary school children different species of fish that live in UK waters. We also scooped some invertebrates from the lake. We found lots of Water Hog Louse, Gammarus, Water Boatmen, Leeches, Snails, and Damselfly Nymphs. All the children also had the exciting opportunity to see and touch a rainbow trout! For the majority of them it was the first time they’d ever touched a live fish.
Last month we ran our first Young Anglers’ Day, read a report of the day here; https://alburyestatefisheries.co.uk/syon-young-anglers-day/
We’ve recently uploaded videos of Syon Park from the Sky! You can really appreciate the seclusion provided by Capability Browns tree line when you fly over the top and see the city sprawl around us. See Lakes From Above Page.
Cash will not be accepted on the bank for Day/Season Memberships or for Fish Tokens. They can all be purchased online or on the bank using a Credit or Debit Card
2018/19 season: The online season
Prices for day tickets and fish tokens are now cheaper to buy online than on the bank. A day ticket on the bank will cost £15 and two fish tokens will be £22, card payments only. If you pay online before you come however it will only cost £12 for your day ticket and two fish tokens will be £21.50.
Do I have to choose which day to come fishing?
No, you do not need to pick a day to come fishing when you buy your day ticket. The ticket will be open to use between 01-04-18 and 31-03-19. Day tickets are single use only.
Do I have to wait for my fish tokens to be posted to me before I come fishing?
We do not post out tokens. You will be able to collect your tokens from the bailiff on the bank but you will need a copy of your receipt with you, printed or screenshot on phone. 1 Fish token must be placed in the returns box for each fish caught. You may buy more tickets throughout the day either online via the mobile site, or on the bank via card payment.
Why is it cheaper to buy online?
We want to encourage our anglers to purchase their tickets online. It makes the process of bailiffing quicker and gives us the correct information every time you turn up on the bank. We’ve ended up with multiple accounts for the same anglers, this process makes sure we have no mistakes, no duplicates, and gives you more time to fish!
New Season Memberships are available online and on the bank
Entry to the fishery will continue to be 8am but last entry will now be 5.30pm – fishing can continue as usual to sunset.
If you are a first time visitor please call the bailiff on 07956 378138 the day before to get the gate entry code. Just start fishing, we will issue your membership/entry card and tickets on the bank. Please note that the gate entry code changes every month… get used to using your card to gain entry or you won’t be able to get in!
Please note that you now need the new generation membership card to get onto the fishery as the swipe system on the gate is now live. Otherwise call 07956 378138 for the code of the day to gain entry and we will issue you a card on the bank.