The water is deeper on the anglerís opposite bank, and there is a good deep hole at the entrance of the overflow from the Lagoon. There are good gravel runs midstream.
The water starts to get deeper on the anglerís side, with good cover on the opposite bank. The opposite bank is not fished.
Good deep water and varying depth towards the entrance to the Little Weir. High bank which can get undercut in places. The opposite bank is not fished.
Fast shallow glides that get deeper towards the opposite bank. Overhanging trees on the private garden opposite the angler provide good cover.
PIPES (East Bank)
Shallow on the anglers side with a good even depth midstream. The flow is slightly slower on the East side and makes a good trotting swim.
A good even depth with gravel glides and a deep hole towards midstream. Good natural cover on the anglerís side.
RAILWAY (East Bank)
Deep and fast flowing as the main current is pushed towards the anglerís bank. There is room for two anglers, one at the top of the pool and the other fishing towards the bridge.
Quite shallow towards the bank but has a good even depth midstream with two distinctive gravel runs, which are popular with anglers wading and trotting.
The Piles at the top of the pool are very slow and almost pond like next to the field. The further down the pool you travel the quicker the pool becomes until it reaches the deep water opposite Dicks Hole. At the very bottom of the Piles the pool becomes shallow as it runs into the Boathouse.
ABOVE THE FALLS/HOUSE POOL (East Bank)
The pool is on the inside of a sharp horseshoe bend and slower than the opposite bank. There is room for four anglers.
Fast but even depth on the anglerís side which deepens towards the White Stile. The pool is affected by the tide.
WHITE STILE (Now a gate)
The river necks into the anglerís side with the water quickly becoming shallow midstream. A fast swim until the tide is on the make.
A good even flow and depth with the main current on the near bank. The pool is quite wide and shallows towards the opposite bank.
TELEGRAPHS Quite deep and fast with the main current on the near bank. Shallow towards the middle and far bank particularly at low tide.
A quite back water off the main river. Popular with Pike and Carp anglers, can also produce the odd good Tench.