River fishing at Olney

Location

This stretch of the River Great Ouse is on the east side of Olney town, in the far north of Buckinghamshire. On the west bank of the river the fishery begins in the vicinity of the east side of Church Street, and runs down to the area around Lavendon Road Farm. On the east bank the fishery starts in the same area, but only runs approximately three quarters of the way to the area around St Mary The Virgin Church in Clifton Reynes.  MK46 4AD.


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Description

A stretch of river in the Olney area supplying coarse angling via season ticket and day ticket. The venue is in a rural area. Most of the venue is season ticket only, but the northern end of the west bank is day ticket (night fishing is not permitted on day tickets). For the club’s webpage for this venue click HERE.

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Details

OWNER / CLUBOlney & Clifton Fishing Association
Details of owner / clubCLICK HERE
Website of owner / clubCLICK HERE
TICKETDay and season
SEASONStandard coarse
ROD LIMIT2
BAITBOATS ALLOWED
BOATS ALLOWED
DOGS
NIGHT FISHING Yes – season ticket
HOOKS (usage rules)
KEEPNETS
SIZE Approx 2 miles in total

Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WEIGHT
CARP YES 26lb
PIKE YES 22lb
CATFISH
TENCH YES 7lb
BREAM YES 8lb
BARBEL YES 16lb
CHUB YES 7lb
TROUT YES
GRAYLING
RUDD YES
DACE YES
ROACH YES
PERCH
CRUCIANS
EELS YES 4lb
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. COARSE FISH

Nearest pub

There are several access points to the fishery, but if you access it from  Church St then the nearest pub is the Swan Inn & Bistro, 12 High St S, Olney MK46 4AA.

Great River Ouse Buckinghamshire page

Olney area page

Buckinghamshire fishing page

See town/village/area pages for weather report, nearest supermarkets and tackle shops.