Situated 7 miles south of Guildford on the B2128, Shamley Green is the quintessential picture postcard English village with a green, where they still play cricket in the summer, and two fine pubs. Once home to luminaries such as Alfred Hitchcock it is surrounded by beautiful countryside and nearby are the villages of Wonersh and Bramley.
Shamley Green, Wonersh, Bramley & District Angling Society is a friendly local coarse fishing club offering members a mixture of stillwater and river fishing in pleasant surroundings in the Surrey countryside.
Established since 1950, the Society owns a wellstocked 1-acre pond at Shamley Green near Guildford and has access to two stretches of the River Wey at Bramley.
A limited number of places are currently available for new members on a first come first served basis. Unsuccessful applicants may elect to join our waiting list for membership. We are especially keen to welcome in new Junior members.
We also have two exchange tickets with Cranleigh Angling Society which are held by the Secretary. To find out more about Cranleigh Angling Society & their waters please visit their web site using the button below.
The Society offers members the choice of a well stocked stillwater venue plus some more challenging river sections ideal for the roving angler. Barnett Pond is the perfect location to relax and unwind in pleasant and tranquil surroundings and enjoy some excellent fishing with carp well into double figures.
The Society has a vibrant and well established match scene with 30+ home and away fixtures each season hosted at a variety of different venues to which match anglers of all abilities are welcome.