This fishery runs through Buckinghamshire golf club for approximately 1½ miles from Denham viaduct to just below Denham deep lock. There are over 70 pegs throughout this stretch offering the adventurous angler a variety of depths, width and flow. The top stretches offering large bags of Roach and Dace, with the Widows cruise offering shelter when the water level rises and the main river pushes through. The middle section, from the white bridge to the swing bridge responds best to the lone angler and holds large eels as an additional attraction. The lower stretch splits into two distinct sections. From the back water above the ford to the Frays weir is wider and deeper holding a good head of Roach and Chub whilst below the weir (the gravels) can throw up big bags of Bream, Chub and occasionally Barbel.No cars to be taken beyond the car park.