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Dobbs Weir is both a weir near Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire and an area of Roydon, Essex in England on the River Lea. It is well known for angling, outdoor beauty and watersports. It is overlooked by the Fish and Eels pub.
The weir is a popular fishery. In 2003, the then record Chub weighing 8.8 pounds was caught by Tim Archer. The fishery is owned by the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and is currently controlled by the partnership of Ware Angling Club and Hertford Angling Club forming a part of the Towpath Fishery. Day tickets are available on the bank. Season tickets are available by joining one of the controlling clubs.

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