Angling in Berkshire.
This is the guide to fishing in Berkshire.
To search for Berkshire fisheries by area scroll down to the areas list to identify the area you are interested in.
Each Berkshire fishing area page will provide the essential information an angler needs: where to buy your tackle and bait, where to pick up your supplies, where to fish, and what the weather forecast is.
To search for fisheries by other means in Berkshire, such as species of fish or type of angling, scroll down to the links below. Each species page provides search facilities for fishing venues holding that type of species in Berkshire; these allow searches for fishing criteria such as day ticket or season ticket venues. To check for flood alerts in this county click HERE.
Use the Berkshire Fishing Clubs page to browse angling societies with venues in Berkshire.
Berkshire fishing areas map:
|Use our species pages to find the fisheries that suit you: CARP, PIKE, TENCH, TROUT, CATFISH, BARBEL. Use search options for different categories such as day ticket, night fishing and season ticket. Scroll to the footer for Search and useful links.|
A-Z of Berkshire fishing areas:
Berkshire holds vast numbers of fishing venues, and the diversity meets the need of any angler. The east and centre of the county tend to hold the large mature gravel pits favoured by specimen carp and pike anglers. Berkshire county holds some amazing river angling spots thanks to the presence of the Kennet, the Loddon, the Whitewater, the Blackwater, and of course the Thames into which all of these flow.
The upstream reaches of the Kennet, plus its tributary the Lambourn, provide some river game fishing options. Dotted across Berkshire are numerous lakes and small ponds in countryside and on farms, with some urban stillwaters present at Bracknell and Reading amongst others.