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Banbury fishing

A quality guide to fishing in Banbury

Information about angling in Banbury, including fishing venues, tackle shops, supermarkets, and local weather. Part of a guide to angling in Oxfordshire.


Banbury is a town in the far north of Oxfordshire, lying on the west side of the M40, north of Bicester and west of Buckingham. The A422 road, the Oxford Canal and the River Cherwell run through the town.

Banbury angler amenities

The Oxford Canal runs north to south through Banbury and surrounding areas, providing an extensive match fishing style venue. Meanwhile, to the north of Banbury lies Clattercote Reservoir which offers day ticket angling for specimen carp and other coarse species. South of Banbury at Barford St Michael, Cheney Manor offers coarse day ticket fishing on a series of rural ponds.

Banbury has a fishing tackle shop. Castaway Fishing Tackle is based at 86 Warwick Rd, Banbury OX16 2AJ.

There are several large supermarkets in Banbury for stocking up for fishing trips. In the south of the town centre lies a Morrisons at 1 Swan Cl Rd, Banbury OX16 5AQ. Alternatively, on the north side of the town is a Tesco at Lockheed Close, Banbury, OX16 1LX.

Banbury fishing: the Oxford Canal.

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Banbury fishing venues and waters

Cheney Manor Lakes

Clattercote Reservoir

Oxford Canal, Cropredy to Lower Heyford

Oxford Canal, Fenny Compton to Cropredy

Upper Aynho Fishery

Oxfordshire fishing page

Banbury fishing map

Weather report for Banbury

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