A guide to angling on the River Ouzel
The River Ouzel is a fishing venue that begins in the Chiltern Hills, makes its way to Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire where it is fed by excess water from the canal and also Clipstone Brook. From Leighton Buzzard it is definitely suitable for coarse angling, and it heads north to Milton Keynes before joining the River Great Ouse at Newport Pagnell in northern Buckinghamshire. It is also known as the River Lovat in the vicinity of Newport Pagnell and northern Milton Keynes.
Fishing on the River Ouzel in Buckinghamshire is via season ticket, with angling venues controlled by local fishing clubs. Pike, bream, chub, perch, roach, dace, and even some carp and tench, are present along the river.
River Ouzel Fishing Venues
Angling venues listed downstream to upstream:
River Ouzel fishing map:
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