Twyford & District Fishing Club
A friendly, community-based fishing club with a proud history - open to all, dedicated to providing fine fishing in attractive surroundings
T&DFC offer many miles of prime river fishing, including St Patricks Stream with barbel to over 17lb. Still waters range from Causeway lake with its specimen carp, tench and bream, to Pavillions pond where the pleasure angler can catch nets of 'wildie' carp, crucians, tench and roach. Located in the Thames Valley the fisheries are easily accessible from Berkshire and the surrounding counties, and less than an hours drive from West London.

March News

Martin Salter at AGM

Martin Salter has agreed to speak at the AGM on Wednesday 9th April.

It will be interesting to hear what Martin has to say about "A Fishing Life after Politics", especially given his background as a well known local angler, ex Reading West MP and now National Campaigns Coordinator for the Angling Trust.

The Big One

The Big One 2014

The club once again attended The Big One tackle show at Farnborough on 22nd & 23rd February.

As the largest fishing show in the UK it is a great opportunity to showcase the club and attract potential new members. The club stand was busy with anglers wishing to find out more, as well as members dropping by to catch up on news and gossip. Hundreds of leaflets were handed out and we expect an influx of new members over the coming weeks.

Close season

Don't forget the river season ends at midnight on Friday 14th March.

Any members fishing during the next few weeks should be extremely careful. Water levels are still high and banks/platforms may have been damaged by the floods. For up-to-date information please check the members forum.

Other News

Wednesday 9 April
Sunday 13 April
Pike Match (Causeway)
Sunday 8 June
Match (Pavillions)
Monday 16 June
Start of river season
Saturday 28 June
Open Day