Fishing at Wheatley
Information about fishing at River Thame, Wheatley Upstream including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the River Thame.
River Thame, Wheatley Upstream is just east of Wheatley village and is adjacent to J8A of the M40. The area is west of the town of Thame in eastern Oxfordshire. Fishing runs from the M40 bridge, past Holton Mill and under the A40 bridge, then south to the London Road at Wheatley Bridge. Fishing is from the east / south bank. OX33 1YZ.
River Thame, Wheatley Upstream fishery location map:
A stretch of river mainly in meadows in the Wheatley area supplying coarse angling via season ticket. The venue offers a weir, and species such as chub, bream and dace are present.
|OWNER / CLUB:|
|Old Waltonian Angling Society|
|Details of owner / club:|
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|Standard coarse season|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
|Approx 1.5 – 2 miles.|
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Species available in this venue
|GEN CRSE FISH|
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