A total of nine trout lakes covering 21 acres of water. Season rods can fish all Albury waters except Albury Park.
The Albury Estate trout fishing lakes were created in the late seventies, and many of them have featured the overhauling of redundant millpond areas within a valley which has been archaeologically rich in harnessing the power of water. The lakes are fed by a number of springs as well as the Tillingbourne River that runs along the South side of the North Downs in Surrey from Leith Hill and joins the River Wey near Guildford.
All lakes are well stocked with Rainbow Trout from the Estate Fish Farm and provide excellent Fly Fishing.
The lake at Albury Park is reserved for Syndicate Members. The other three Albury lakes are available for day or season members.
All anglers are required to purchase Fish Tokens prior to fishing. Each fish caught equates to one Fish Token. There is no catch and release.
See pricing page and rules page for more information.
Be it lake or river sport, the infrastructure of the Albury Estate Fisheries backs up an expert fisheries management team, offering a quality of trout fishing that is really second to none.
The Albury Estate Trout Farm provides highest quality, hard fighting rainbows and browns, whilst the lakes are purpose built for trout fishing, which all goes to provide a superb quality fishing experience.