The right (south) bank downstream from the first fence below the northern railway viaduct near Clapham Folly to the next railway viaduct at the south end. 2,000+ metres of a non-navigable part of the river that runs south-easterly and then southerly. The water is medium paced. The village of Clapham is opposite in the top half of the water but thereafter the opposite bank is mainly fields and woods. There is no official fishing on the opposite bank. This water tends to be lightly fished because of the walk to get to the river. Main species are chub (to 6+ lbs), dace, perch, pike (to upper teens), roach and if they can be located bream (to 6 lbs). There are also some tench. There may also be barbel as they are reported to be in the stretch above. Notes No fishing is allowed in the first field (through which the public footpath runs) until 1 September. No fishing within 30 metres of the various overhead power lines.