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I think that many of us in 60 or 70s would have the same experience of the fishing spots when we were in our teens,the little pond where I started out fishing has now dried up and turned in to a small nature researve, well At least they haven't built houses there yet.Reelmaker.
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I am glad to hear that the river is still going well. Betchworth was a quiet rural village 60 years ago. I have long since left that part of the world - too many people, too many cars, too much noise for me.
Trouble is, the fish just don't read the books......
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- Location: Ewell
Still Only a pub and church in village ,along with original old school,it hasn't changed one bit ,still a walk past the farmers barn to the river over the fields, to the weir.only difference is more cars on the road. You should go back and fish it ,you will not be disappointed, it's on of those timeless villages that cannot be changed too much. I fish it alot ,also by tbe old bridge opposite betchworth house,FANTASTIC.
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