Canal Wharf Road, Chichester, PO19 8, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Owned by the Chichester Ship Canal Trust, Chichester Canal is a 3.5-mile stretch of water that is known for its large stock of fish, including pike and carp to 20 lbs., perch, roach, tench, gudgeon, rudd, dace and bream.
There are well-maintained tow paths on site that provides easy access for visitors, including the disabled. In December 2015, this water was stocked with approximately 2,400 skimmers and tench in the basin area.
There is a village shop on site where you can purchase fishing supplies.
What size do the fish go to?
Pike and carp go up to 20 lbs..
What tactics work well?
When feeder fishing or legering, before winding in to bait up again, it is wise to give the bait a little twitch.
If there is a fish nearby,the sudden movement may be enough to encourage it to take the bait.
Sometimes there may even be a fish mouthing the bait and that little twitch just helps to set the hook.
What facilities are on site?
Facilities include parking, a village shop and a pub.
Is parking available?
Parking is available at Hunston bend where about 20 cars can fit.
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