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River Lambourn fishing

Fishing the River Lambourn, Berkshire.

The River Lambourn arises on the south side of Lynch Wood to the north of Lambourn town in west Berkshire. It flows through a rural area into Newbury where it meets the River Kennet.

The river is a classic chalk stream, small and fast flowing, typical of an upstream English waterway. It holds grayling and trout and angling is predominately of the fly fishing type. Many of the fishing venues are private syndicates, but a few are open to the public and are listed below from upstream to downstream.

River Lambourn Fisheries:

Weston Farm

Bagnor Estate

Donnington Grove


River Lambourn fisheries map:

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