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Oxford Canal fishing

A quality guide to fishing in the Oxford Canal

Information about fishing on the Oxford Canal in north Oxfordshire. A directory of angling venues, with a page for each fishing venue. Part of a guide to fishing in Oxfordshire.

The canal runs from Oxford in the south up to the Coventry Canal. Due to being such a lengthy waterway (over 70 miles) it is often considered for ease of reference as having two halves: the North section and the South section. This fishing guide covers the Oxfordshire and south Warwickshire length of the South Oxford Canal.

Angling in the canal offers the chance to catch many coarse fish species including pike, tench, bream, chub, dace, roach, perch.

Oxford Canal fishing venues (north to south)

Fenny Compton to Cropredy

Cropredy to Lower Heyford

Lower Heyford to Enslow

Enslow to Shipton

Shipton to Thrupp



Kidlington to Oxford

Fishing in the Oxford Canal. Photo by Charlie on Unsplash

Oxford Canal fishing map:

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