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River Loddon Fishing

Fishing in the River Loddon

The River Loddon is a major tributary of the Thames. It arises at Basingstoke and flows into Berkshire near Stanford End. It then is joined by the Blackwater at Swallowfield, flows between Aborfield and Shinfield, swings round Reading, flows through Dinton Country Pastures at Hurst, heads north and joins the Thames near Wargrave. The Loddon provides some superb fishing with quality chub and barbel to be found in the Berkshire stretches.

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Fishing venues on the River Loddon:

River Lyde (tributary)


Standford End




Carters Hill


Sindlesham Mill 

Riverside Park, Earley




Dinton Pastures


Whistley Mill North


Whistley Mill South


Old River, Redlands


Old River, Charvil

Twyford Reserve





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A detailed guide for angling on the River Loddon in Berkshire.