A quality guide to fishing in the River Thame
The river rises on the edge of the Chiltern Hills to the north of Aylesbury, then flows through that conurbation before heading south west past the town of Thame into Oxfordshire. Subsequently, from there the river flows westwards past Shabbington and Ickford before turning south near Wheatley. After this point the river flows past Cuddesdon and Chippinghurst, on towards Stadhampton, continuing south until finally it joins the Thames near Dorchester-on-Thames.
Angling on the River Thame is mainly by season ticket, with fishing controlled by local clubs. However, at Thame, Chiselhampton, Drayton St Leonard, and Cuddesdon day tickets may be bought from the controlling angling club in advance.
The River Thame offers fishing on a small river for species such as pike, chub, perch, roach, dace, barbel, bream, and additionally the odd carp and trout.
Angling on the River Thame:
River Thame Fishing Venues
Angling venues on the River Thame listed upstream to downstream (scroll down for map):
River Thame fishing map:
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