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Also known as Whistley Mill Fisheries, this lake contains a small head of well established specimen carp.
Main tributary of the Loddon, the fishery comprises 1,400 m of single bank fishing.
A very under fished stretch of water running from the A4 bridge to its meeting with St. Patrick’s Stream.
A prime stretch of the lower Loddon consisting of just over a mile of single bank fishing located between Hurst and Woodley.
This stretch offers excellent barbel, chub and silver fishing in intimate ‘miles from anywhere’ surroundings
This relatively short stretch of the river Loddon is great for roving, with shallow gravel glides and deep pools.
A nice stretch of the river that offers bream, chub, roach & barbel. Come winter this is a great area for pike too.
With shallow, gravelly glides and deep pools and back-eddies, ‘The Pats’ offers some of the best barbel fishing in the south.
The venue is a shared with British Airways Clubs Angling Society and comes to us thanks to the efforts of new chairman Simon Hibbert.