Fishing in Lower Padworth
Information about fishing at River Kennet, Lower Benyons including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the River Kennet.
River Kennet, Lower Benyons is a stretch of the River Kennet including the Kennet and Avon Canal on a season ticket. Angling is on the north bank, and starts just downstream of Sulhamstead Hill road, runs along the canal, and then the north bank of the river as it splits away again. Fishing continues along the north bank until just past the point where the river rejoins the Canal at Sulhamstead Lock (No 100). For the RDAA webpage for this venue click HERE.
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|Reading and District Angling Association|
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Species available in this venue
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This stretch of the River Kennet is downstream of Sulhamstead Hill (east of Tylemill swing bridge), to the north of Sulhamstead. RG7 4BS.
River Kennet, Lower Benyons fishery location map: