Fishing at Little Stoke
Information about fishing at River Thames, Little Stoke including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in Wallingford.
A short rural stretch of River Thames supplying coarse angling via season ticket near North Stoke. Chub, barbel and pike are present along with the usual Thames species. For the fishing club/owner’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.
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|Hanwell Prince Of Wales Angling Society|
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Species available in River Thames, Little Stoke
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River Thames, Little Stoke is on the east bank of the Thames in Oxfordshire, to the south of North Stoke, on the west side of the B4009 Wallingford Road. The fishery runs from the railway bridge up to the long meadow just upstream of Little Stoke House. Note that fishing is not permitted in the vicinity of Little Stoke House (opposite Ferry Lane). The fishery is accessed via the footpath adjacent to Little Stoke House. OX10 6AX.