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.

Loddon Drive road repairs

On Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th of February there will be roadworks at the entrance to Loddon Drive from the A4. The contractors will be laying Tarmac and there will be limited access.

Kings of Maidenhead closing

The club have been advised that Kings of Maidenhead are due to close in two weeks. They have some good stock to clear and are offering 30% discount.

Blackwater access on Sunday 13th September

Please note that access to the Blackwater will be restricted on Sunday, 13 September as both Nutbean Lane and Sandpit Lane will be closed between 9.30 and 11.30 am owing to the Swallowfield 10k run.

Surprise surprise!
One of the attractions of fishing is the mystery of not knowing what you are going to catch next. If you want to catch something different then Twyford is the club to join. Here are some of the unusual catches reported so far this season from club waters.
Kevin Maxwell caught a 20b 2oz catfish from the new Lavells venue on the River Loddon (picture). This is thought to be the first ever catfish from club waters.
Arron Britain joined in the fun by landing a brown trout of 5lb from the River Loddon (picture).
Steve Dunbar had a nice surprise when his luncheon meat was picked up by a personal best eel of 4lb 9oz from St Pats (picture)

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