Northmoor

FROM KINGSTON BAGPUIZE ON THE A415 TOWARDS WITNEY AT THE ROSE REVIVED P/H TURN RIGHT INTO MORETON LANE. CONTINUE INTO NORTHMOOR VILLAGE AND TURN RIGHT AT THE T JUNCTION TOWARD STANDLAKE - In Church Road look for entrance gate on the right with RDAA sign and park at the end of first field. You may be charged if you use the Ferryman Inn car parking.”

 

NORTHMOOR

 

BRONZE PERMIT NIGHT FISHING

 

Venue only Permits for this fishery  are available from States Fishing Tackle, 23 Fettiplace Road, Witney, OX28 5AP. 0199 370 2587.

A picturesque section of the Thames that has a history of rare Upper Thames barbel. Big chub reside in good number as do most of the usual Thames species. Sea trout often make an appearance here at certain times.

 

POSTCODE OX29 5AT

 

LENGTH 3062 yrds

No Close Season Fishing

 

Sandford Weir

FROM THE JUNCTION OF OXFORD BY PASS WITH A34 FOLLOW SIGN TO CITY CENTRE AND TURN RIGHT TO KENNINGTON AND FOLLOW ROAD THROUGH THE VILLAGE AND TURN LEFT INTO SANDFORD LANE, GO PAST INDUSTRIAL SITE AND PARK IN CAR PARK AT END OF LANE

SANDFORD WEIR

NIGHT FISHING PERMITTED ON GENERAL PERMIT

Even after only being on our permit for a couple of seasons, this venue has become a firm favourite. A wonderful stretch of the Thames that suffers no boat traffic.

All usual species show in good numbers and specimen sizes. Tench, Carp and Roach feature well above the weir with Perch, Chub and Bream below.

 

POSTCODE OX1 5RP

LENGTH 1093yrds

No Close Season Fishing

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NEW Sandford Weir venue

RDAA and Littlemore A.S.( www.littlemoreanglingsociety.co.uk)  have agreed to share their waters  at Sandford in the Oxford area. This will not include match days which for Littlemore is on the Sandford water in 2020 on Sunday June 21st, July Sunday August 2nd, 9th, 16th, & 30th. Sunday September  6th, 13th & 27th, Sunday October 11th & 25th November 22nd, December 20th, 2021 January 24th, February 21st & March 7th.

 

Wallingford A & B

PARKING IS RATHER LIMITED. AT THE DOWNSTREAM END, THE SMALL ROADWAY BETWEEN THE CEMETERY AND THE CHURCH, CAN ACCOMMODATE 8/10 CARS, WHICH IF PARKED WITH CARE, DO NOT OBSTRUCT OTHER VEHICLES/TRACTORS ON THE ROADWAY (THEN FOOTPATH, DOWN TO THE RIVER)

ALSO, YOU CAN PARK ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE RIVER IN BENSON VILLAGE AND WALK ACROSS WEIR BRIDGE.

 

WALLINGFORD

 

BRONZE PERMIT NIGHT FISHING

 

A long venue of about 1.75 miles of some 85 swims divided into two sections above and below Benson Lock.

B section has suffered considerable erosion and many pegs can only be fished with difficulty or at low water. Always check swim area to ensure that it is safe and has not been undercut. Far bank feeder fishing produces good nets of Chub, Roach and Perch.

Section A is a good walk, but upstream of the Lock is on a long sweeping bend which has not suffered the same erosion problems. Near bank fishing is favoured with Chub and Bream featuring with Roach and Perch.

 

POSTCODES  (Cemetery Parking)  OX10 8JY  (Weir Footbridge) OX10 6SL

 

LENGTH 3030 yrds

No Close Season Fishing

PLEASE RESPECT LOCAL RESIDENTS ACCESS

BE AWARE OF OLD PROTRUDING FORMER FENCE SPIKES.

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NEW Wallingford venue Jolly Anglers Waters

RDAA and Jolly Anglers A.C. have agreed to share their waters in the Wallingford area

Town Waters - from the three firs (downstream end of RDAA Wallingford water) to the wooden bridge. Parking in the cemetery lane.

Chalmore - one field upstream and two fields downstream of the western side of the Wallingford bypass bridge. Parking is on the footpath on the downstream side of the bridge. Cars should be fully off the road.


 

BMH - downstream for two fields from the bow bridge stream (bird sanctuary). The first field is only about 100 metres. Parking on the verge opposite Caps Lane or in the large lay-by on northern side of Cholsey and walk across the field to the bottom end of the reach, and effectively the top end of Fairmile.

Fairmile - downstream from BMH to Ferry Lane in Cholsey. Parking as above and in ferry lane, and should be one side only to allow access for boats to be launched.”

 

Mapledurham

Follow signs through Reading for Caversham, cross River Thames, turn left at traffic lights on to A4074 (Woodcote). Carry on up hill and out of built up area. Turn left opposite Pack Saddle Inn and follow signs to Mapledurham House. Follow road downhill into village. As you enter the village the access road is on the right hand side through locked combination gate. Follow track to river and park by the weir.

 

MAPLEDURHAM

 

BRONZE PERMIT NIGHT FISHING (Woods section of beat 1 only)

 

Superb location upstream of Reading Town with over 70 swims available. Roach, Perch, Bream Chub and Dace with the odd Tench are main species with large Carp and Barbel in certain areas.

Beat 1 is probably best fished from the woods at far end upstream of the venue as during summer quite a few boats are moored in the downsteam part.

A MINIMUM OF THREE DAYS NOTICE IS REQUIRED TO NIGHT FISH THE VENUE AND BOOK IN BY  PHONING 0118 972 3350

 

POSTCODE RG4 7TR

LENGTH 1700 yrds

TIMES 1hr before sunrise to 1hr after sunset or 9pm (whichever is later)

No Close Season Fishing

NO DOGS ON VENUE

 

Sonning River

FROM A4 AT CHARVIL FOLLOW B478 THROUGH SONNING VILLAGE AND OVER THE RIVER THAMES. TURN LEFT AT NEXT MINI ROUNDABOUT, FOLLOW ROAD AROUND TO THE RIGHT AND TURN LEFT INTO VENUE THROUGH A LOCKED GATE.  FOLLOW ROAD TO CAR PARK JUST BEFORE SAILING CLUB. CAN ALSO BE ACCESSED FROM READING – HENLEY ROAD A4155 AND TURN RIGHT AT MINI ROUNDABOUT ON B478.

 

SONNING RIVER

 

BRONZE PERMIT NIGHT FISHING

 

Big shoals of bream show throughout with carp and tench making a surprise appearance. Good roach shoals in recent seasons.

 

POSTCODE RG4 6TU

 

LENGTH 1450 yrds

No Close Season Fishing

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