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River Evenlode fishing

A good guide to fishing the River Evenlode

One of the numerous tributaries of the Thames, the Evenlode arise in Gloucester and enters Oxfordshire at Bledington. From there is flows through countryside and past a series of villages including Acott-Under-Wychwood and Chadlington until it gets to Charlbury.

After Charlbury the river flows south east past Fawler, Woodstock Long Hanborough and Bladon before heading southwards. After Bladon the Evenlode runs east of Church Hanborough down the west side of Cassington where it flows under the A40 and goes on to join the Thames shortly thereafter.

Several fish species are present in the Evelode including pike, trout, chub, bream, perch, roach, and dace.

A directory of angling venues on the River Evenlode in Oxfordshire, upstream to downstream.



Evenlode Triangle

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