Welcome to
Twyford & District Fishing Club

Dedicated to providing fine fishing in attractive surroundings

A friendly, community-based fishing club with a proud history – open to all

About Us

The Fishing Club is now over seventy years old and is still going strong. The current permitted fishing waters at Borough Marsh are similar to those in the 1930s but, in addition, the water at Sandford Mill has been used since 1946.
It was due to the initiative of a few Twyford residents that the club was formed in 1932 and it has certainly grown substantially since then.

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Twyford & District Fishing Club Members Handbook

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Our Fisheries

Causeway Lake

The Causeway lake (also known as Whistley Mill Fisheries) contains a small head of well established specimen carp, tench and bream

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River Blackwater – Farley Farm

Located between Farley Hill and Swallowfield. Plenty of silver fish, decent chub, some barbel, pike and perch; occasional large carp.

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River Loddon – Charvil

A very under fished stretch of water running from the A4 bridge to its meeting with St. Patrick’s Stream. Fishing on this stretch can be quite hard.

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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.

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River Loddon – Sandford

Our own stretch of the Loddon, is situated in the middle of Dinton Pastures Country Park approximately half a mile in length.

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River Loddon – Whistley Mill

This stretch of the Loddon is adjacent to Causeway lake and covers both banks from Whistley Bridge upstream and past the old ‘Bailey’ bridge

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River Thames – Charvil

A nice stretch of the river that starts at the downstream end of Buch Ait and runs past Hallsmead Ait and The Lynch down to Phillimores Island

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St Patricks Stream

St. Patrick’s Stream is a quality stretch of water running between the Thames and the Loddon at Charvil. Upper St Pats. is the left bank.

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Contact Us

Phone numbers for the committee are on the back of the club membership card. Alternatively, complete the form below to send us a message, or contact us directly at info@tdfc.org.uk or for membership queries contact membership@tdfc.org.uk