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funky
22-06-2009, 11:26
18th June - River level perfect / clarity not great...did evening session of 3 hours on a private stretch - 1 chub of 4lb 6oz - which may not be a special fish for some - but it's a good fish for the stretch and was my river chub PB :)

funky
26-06-2009, 11:14
25th June - river clarity much improved - levels a little down - 4.10 chub last night (a proper old warrior it was too)

Was amused at the two chaps (fishing the other bank where it's no fishing:nono2:) who packed up about 5 minutes after I arrived last night and were clearly unhappy with not having caught anything - a good hour or two before prime bite time :D must have been scared of the dark or something...

chertsey_carper
08-07-2009, 17:28
Anyone fishing the wey nav from weybridge to new haw this season?

MikeLyddon053698
23-10-2009, 13:53
Anyone know where the barbel in the catch reports came from, as I'm pretty certain it's not anywhere along the CEMEX stretch of the river. Cant think of any spots that have such nicely manicured lawns??

whitetoby
23-10-2009, 20:04
Anyone know where the barbel in the catch reports came from, as I'm pretty certain it's not anywhere along the CEMEX stretch of the river. Cant think of any spots that have such nicely manicured lawns??

im 99% sure its not the cemex stretch nowhere along there looks like that , looks like propaganda to make people buy a ticket ;)

JoelyBoy
23-10-2009, 20:10
Anyone know where the barbel in the catch reports came from, as I'm pretty certain it's not anywhere along the CEMEX stretch of the river. Cant think of any spots that have such nicely manicured lawns??

This catch report was also in AT at least 4 weeks ago.

Definately not from the Cemex Stretch :nono2: :dissapoint:

MrMike
29-10-2009, 10:05
Hi all im new to the forum and to Cemex, I am from Guildford and have fished the Wey several times along the free streches down by the wooden bridge, I have had fairly good results pulling out some nice perch. As I have not fished the cemex River Wey strech I would like to know how different it is to the free streches? being blunt is it worth it?

Treadmill
29-10-2009, 11:44
That looks like a field, not a lawn, no stripes for a start and the grass looks quite long to the left of the pic.

JoelyBoy
29-10-2009, 23:15
That looks like a field, not a lawn, no stripes for a start and the grass looks quite long to the left of the pic.

Even if it is a field - still definately not the Cemex stretch

Treadmill
30-10-2009, 11:37
I'd have to take your word on that. Only ever had a drive down there once, several years ago.

MrMike
30-10-2009, 15:34
Hi all im new to the forum and to Cemex, I am from Guildford and have fished the Wey several times along the free streches down by the wooden bridge, I have had fairly good results pulling out some nice perch. As I have not fished the cemex River Wey strech I would like to know how different it is to the free streches? being blunt is it worth paying to fish it?

Peteb
31-10-2009, 09:44
Anyone know where the barbel in the catch reports came from, as I'm pretty certain it's not anywhere along the CEMEX stretch of the river. Cant think of any spots that have such nicely manicured lawns??


Sunbury :thumbs:

NEILZ
31-10-2009, 09:57
Sunbury :thumbs:

Does the Wey run through Sunbury??

whitetoby
31-10-2009, 13:27
Does the Wey run through Sunbury??

no it doesnt , but theres some lovely lawns there ;)

JoelyBoy
14-11-2009, 20:31
Just a word of warning to anyone wanting to fish in the next few days to be careful.

The track is flooded in parts with some deep puddles so take it slow in your cars.

The river is high and the banks slippy so take extra care to avoid accidents :thumbs:

whitetoby
14-11-2009, 23:22
is it running brown joel ?

weyster
15-11-2009, 14:20
Brown & maybe 2 or 3 feet up. Lots of rubbish being swept down - logs, bits of tree, clumps of weed.

Jim
15-11-2009, 16:41
I can imagine thats theres loads of rubbish, first proper wash through for a good few months.

sidsnot65
28-11-2009, 20:05
anyone know how the water levels are at the mo ? was looking at having a go tomorrow

The_Saint
28-11-2009, 20:16
anyone know how the water levels are at the mo ? was looking at having a go tomorrow

up and coloured today, with the current rain, it will be 'boiling' away tomorrow

jake123
29-11-2009, 13:37
Anyone had a go for the carp on the wey?

The_Saint
30-11-2009, 08:58
the wey is currently 'dangerous' due to the high water levels, take care if you venture out

JoelyBoy
30-11-2009, 09:11
the wey is currently 'dangerous' due to the high water levels, take care if you venture out

Yes, it was bad yesterday so with this rain it is going to be very high.

If venturing out to the cemex bit then please take care in your vehicles also as the track leading to the fishery is very muddy & slippery with some very deep puddles.

The_Saint
30-11-2009, 09:29
Yes, it was bad yesterday so with this rain it is going to be very high.

If venturing out to the cemex bit then please take care in your vehicles also as the track leading to the fishery is very muddy & slippery with some very deep puddles.

burst it's banks mate at wisley this morning, flooding the fields , so downstream may be out aswell

fisherthon
30-11-2009, 15:51
Took a look today and as stated it is very high. There are quite a few deep eddies along the inside line as i remember... anyone tried dropping in on these in these conditions? pm if you wish

MB5
03-01-2010, 15:05
Walked Pyrford to Rypley stretch Friday, when I got there River was a raging torrent. However, as I approached Walsham Weir lock keeper was winding down sluice gates which seemed to steady flow a liitle.

Walked Cemex stretch today, was what I would call having a good winter flow, so fishable but cold.

If it warms up a little will be sock on midweek.

MikeLyddon053698
08-01-2010, 19:55
Fished the CEMEX stretch for a few hours today, had a couple of knocks on cheesepaste, but nothing hittable.
Surprising amount of colour still in the water, could do with a bit more clarity.

fisherthon
08-01-2010, 20:03
Funny. Send and Woking are low and clear (for the time of year). Shows the difference a few miles makes...

Thames Steve
08-01-2010, 20:47
Fished the Wey upstream of Godalming couple days early this week, very cold, tea coloured and belting through but grayling being caught by myself and an angler a bit up from me - legered red maggot both cases. Tried trotting thru at various depths near and on the bottom and couldn't get a hit. Soon as I changed to a static bait I caught. Makes sense in that flow I suppose. Second day, the fish weren't where they were the day before so was a case of moving swims regularly to try find them - hope that helps someone.

MikeLyddon053698
08-01-2010, 22:04
Funny. Send and Woking are low and clear (for the time of year). Shows the difference a few miles makes...

Cool, planning to try the river around Send tomorrow, hopefully be able to put a fish or two on the bank.

Mant
17-02-2010, 18:30
Blanked in style fishing the river on sunday but this little critter didn't. He dived down 3 times and returned to the same spot no more than a rod length away, each time with a bleak or small roach.

http://i686.photobucket.com/albums/vv227/nickgriffin1968/Picture020.jpg

Olly1
17-02-2010, 19:54
Mike's mate - The Minky!

JoelyBoy
17-02-2010, 22:52
Blanked in style fishing the river on sunday but this little critter didn't. He dived down 3 times and returned to the same spot no more than a rod length away, each time with a bleak or small roach.


Was this on the Cemex bit?

Mant
17-02-2010, 23:03
No, Pyrford area

BuggedByTench
19-02-2010, 20:01
Yippee a non-native, invasive, black plague of the fluffy kind. As far as I am aware their is nothing to stop you or anyone else dispatching of these humanly if the situation should present itself.

catman2
24-02-2010, 08:52
Can anyone point me in the direction of free or dayticket stretches of the wey or wey navigation preferably round Guildford way? PM if you prefer - just want a different walk with a lure rod. Thanks

funky
08-03-2010, 12:03
Walked a private stretch near Weybridge yesterday - levels about 2ft down on last week and water clearing slowly...

solwood2
12-03-2010, 20:31
Guildford to Godalming town bridge is day ticket on the bank or from guildford angling or apollo 2 at marsh farm. Godalming angling water. Sat on the banks of the club stretch as i type.

MikeLyddon053698
14-03-2010, 17:47
Well, ended my river season on the Wey with my two best chub of the season. 4lb 8oz and 5lb 2oz on the perch gear.
Now to concentrate on the tench for a months :)

FTFC
14-03-2010, 19:11
5lb 2oz Cracking Chub :clap:

MikeLyddon053698
14-03-2010, 19:36
Cheers mate, need to check my scales as well, as it looked much bigger than that, real thick solid fish.

donkey choker
07-05-2010, 16:58
Joely Boy, PM sent mate!

JoelyBoy
09-05-2010, 15:08
Joely Boy, PM sent mate!

Thanks mate, PM replied :thumbs:

PaulO
18-05-2010, 12:39
I have just been doing my checks on our stretch and they have started tree cutting on the opposite bank - just to allay any fears they are only cutting down a few trees on the far bank and will only be cutting down two or three on our bank. I know that further upstream they seem to have cut down most of the trees on some stretches but I was assured that that would not be happening on our part of the river. The reasons given for cutting down the trees were that the waterway was getting 'blocked'. I assume this means for navigation rather than fishing!!

The river is looking in good condition, there are already signs of fry and a lot of fish topping. Roll on the 16th and hope to see some of you down there.

Paul Osborne
River Wey Bailiff