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Oxfordshire fishing


Angling in Oxfordshire.

Information about fishing in Oxfordshire. Here you can search for fishing in Oxon by species, type, angling clubs, or by area.

The county of Oxfordshire has been catalogued into areas relevant to angling.

Each area has a bespoke page that is an angling guide with angler’s map, a description of the location, a postcode for your SATNAV, a weather report for that area of Oxfordshire, information on tackle shops and supermarkets in the area along with a list of Oxfordshire lakes, waters and fishing venues in the vicinity.

The county of Oxfordshire offers vast angling opportunities. The River Thames flows across the entire county, offering miles of bankside fishing for barbel, chub, pike, big bream and silver fish. Small river angling is supplied by its tributaries the Thame, Cherwell and Windrush. The Oxford Canal provides a huge length of pleasure angling in the northern half of Oxfordshire.

Oxfordshire is dotted with small fishing ponds in picturesque surroundings that provide coarse and game angling. The county is well supplied with big stillwaters at Hardwick, Stanton Harcourt, and elsewhere, many of which provide specimen fishing for species such as carp, tench and pike. If you are asking “where can I fish in Oxfordshire” then you have come to the right place.

Use the interactive map or the A-Z list of areas for Oxfordshire angling:

Oxfordshire fishing areas map:

Abingdon

Banbury

Bicester

Burford

Buscot

Cassington

Chipping Norton

Dorchester

Eynsham

Farmoor

Hardwick

Henley

Kidlington

Oxford

Oxford Canal

River Cherwell

River Thame

River Thames

River Windrush

Sandford

Standlake

Stanton Harcourt

Thame

Witney

Barbel fishing in Oxfordshire

Carp fishing in Oxfordshire

Chub fishing in Oxfordshire

Pike fishing in Oxfordshire

River fishing in Oxfordshire

Tench fishing in Oxfordshire

Trout fishing in Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire fishing clubs

Oxfordshire fishing tackle shops

A thorough guide to angling in Oxfordshire.

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