River fishing at Thame
Information about fishing the River Thame at Thame including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Thame, Oxon.
River Thame at Thame is a long stretch of small river on the outskirts of Thame town in east Oxfordshire. The fishery begins to the north of the town just downstream of the golf centre on the east side of the B4011 Thame Road and runs downstream under the B4011, then through meadows before passing under the A418. It then swings west and flows under the the old bridge at Priest End road (the old Thame Road) and continues downstream through the countryside until it meets the A418 again and the fishery ends.
River Thame at Thame fishery location map:
A prolonged stretch of river in a rural setting supplying coarse angling via season and day ticket in the Thame area. There are numerous bends and straights in the course of the river which holds roach, chub, pike amongst other species. Fishing is from the north /west bank. For the fishing club’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
|OWNER / CLUB:|
|Thame Angling Club|
|Details of owner / club:|
|Website of owner / club:|
|Season ticket and day tickets (to be bought in advance from the club)|
|Standard coarse season|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
|Over one mile of river bank|
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Species available in this venue
|GEN CRSE FISH|
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