Fishing at Wytham
Information about fishing at Seacourt Stream (also known as the Wytham Stream) including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Oxford area.
A long stretch of small river supplying coarse angling via season ticket in the Wytham area. The water course is an offshoot of the Thames. Angling is controlled by North Oxford Angling Society, and Milton Keynes Angling Association also have access. For the MKAA webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
|OWNER / CLUB:|
|North Oxford Angling Society|
|Details of owner / club:|
|Website of owner / club:|
|Standard coarse season|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
|Approx five miles of river|
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Species available in Seacourt Stream
|GEN CRSE FISH||YES|
Seacourt Stream Location
Seacourt Stream runs straight through Wytham, from a weir on the south side of the Thames in the north near Northfield Farm. It then runs down under the A34, past Binsey and onto the A420 Botley Road at Seacourt Tower. Fishing is from the east bank from the Thames down to the A34. Angling is permitted on the west bank for a short way north of the Godstow Road. Fishing on the west bank is permitted from just upstream of the A34 down to the A420. OX2 8QA.
Seacourt Stream fishery location map: