Thames fishing in Windsor

Location

The stretch of river is downstream of Romney Lock, adjacent to Romney Island and Weir. It is to the north east of Windsor and is overlooked by Windsor castle. Fishing in Potts Field runs from the boatyard fence down to the railway bridge. After this bridge is Home Park and fishing is permitted from the railway bridge to Victoria Bridge where the B470 crosses the Thames. SL4 6HX.


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Description

Two stretches of the Thames offering day ticket and season ticket angling in Windsor. For the club / owner’s webpage for this venue click HERE. Home Park mainly comprises fishing the Long Cut which is the part of the Thames that links the river to Romney Lock. Fishing on the Cut is only allowed from 1 November to 14 March.

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Details

OWNER / CLUBOld Windsor Angling Club
Details of owner / clubCLICK HERE
Website of owner / clubCLICK HERE (no link means no website)
TICKETSeason ticket.
SEASONStandard coarse
ROD LIMIT
BAITBOATS ALLOWED
BOATS ALLOWED
DOGS
NIGHT FISHINGYes. Members only.24 hours limit.

No return in 24 hrs.

HOOKS (usage rules)
KEEPNETS
SIZE

Species available in this venue

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WEIGHT
CARPYES32lb
PIKEYES20lb
CATFISH
TENCH
BREAMYES
BARBELYES12lb
CHUBYES5lb
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD
DACEYES
ROACHYES
PERCHYES
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN. COARSE FISHYES

Nearest pub

The Duchess of Cambridge, 3-4 Thames St, SL4 1PL

Windsor area page

River Thames: Berkshire

Berkshire fishing page

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