A guide to fishing at Wallingford Downstream
Information about fishing at Wallingford Downstream including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the River Thames.
River Thames Wallingford Downstream is a pair of consecutive river beats in a rural area offering coarse angling on a season ticket. Chub, roach, perch, and bream are present along with the other usual fish species . The water is controlled by Reading and District Angling Association. For the RDAA webpage for this venue click HERE.
|OWNER / CLUB:|
|Reading and District Angling Association|
|Details of owner / club:|
|Website of owner / club:|
|HOOKS (usage rules):|
|Approx 700 yards|
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Species available in this venue
|GEN. CRSE FISH|
The River Thames Wallingford Downstream fishing venue is on the west side of the River Thames at Wallingford.
The venue is in eastern Wallingford, on the west bank of the Thames, and begins at Bradford Brook at the southern edge of Wallingford, and runs downstream past Winterbrook and White Cross, under the A4130 Nosworthy Way, and on downstream to the vicinity of Bows Bridge close to Caps Lane. Here the fishery ends and angling is not permitted for a short distance downstream of this point, and then the fishery begins again and runs downstream to the Ferry Lane where is finally ends.
River Thames Wallingford Downstream fishery location map: