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Littleton Lane Pit, West London (6m)

Littleton Lane, Shepperton, Middx. Near Greenham Sand and Ballast Company and a Sailing Club, one mile from Chertsey Bridge.

The pit goes to a depth of about 7 metres and contains a large pike. Last known owner was the Civil Service Sailing Club who charge clubs per year for access, providing them with a key. Write to the secretary of the club for access.

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posted : August 22, 2005

It is still owned by the Civil Service Sailing Club. Maz depth is 7m, not 6m. There is a roped underwater trail, taking in old cars, a sunken boat, and a platform. Viz can be 15m, but since the bottom is very silty, it only takes one diver ... I have seen shoals of big carp there, and I have heard of wolfpacks of pike (but only seen singletons). Although well known, seems little used. In 15 years and probably a dozen visits I have only seen other divers there twice. A good place to get wet and practice if you are based in West London and too mean to pay at Wraysbury. There are no facilities apart from car parking.

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posted : September 14, 2004

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