River Loddon - Lavells
A prime stretch of the lower Loddon consisting of just over a mile of single bank fishing located between Hurst and Woodley. The river is a medium to fast pace with an average depth of four to six feet, with some deeper holes. Plenty of tree cover and features, with luxuriant weed growth in the summer months.
Barbel well into double figures and chub to 7lb are the main target species, plus pike, perch roach and dace. In 2015 it also produced the Loddon’s first known catfish!
Situated between our existing Sandford Mill and Whistley Mill fisheries, this beat begins at the confluence of the Emmbrook and the Loddon downstream of Sandford Mill bridge, continuing downstream on the right hand bank to Whistley Mill.
Parking: It can be accessed via both the club car parks at Sandford Mill and Whistley Mill
Open: 16th June to 14th March inclusive. 24 hours: no restrictions
Fishery Rules: ALL GENERAL CLUB RULES, plus must fish from pegged swims.