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Where to fish in Berkshire. Barton Court FisheryBarton Court Fishery, Hungerford, Berkshire
Barton Court Fishery offers coarse fishing on a mature three acre lake is now open to day ticket anglers. [Pre booking is essential.] The lake is well stocked with quality carp, tench, bream, roach, rudd, perch & pike.....................................................................................................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. Horton LakesHorton Lakes, Horton, Slough
Horton Lakes is an excellent coarse fishing complex of two former gravel pits - the main lake is 14 acres with the boat lake being a further 6 acres. The fishery is stocked with very big carp to 50lb+ making water one of the best carp waters in the United Kingdom............................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. Kennet and Avon CanalKennet and Avon Canal [Midgham Sections], Nr Brimpton, Berkshire, England
This stretch of the Kennet and Avon Canal which runs along the right bank from Cramwell Bridge to Heales Lock [about 1 mile] is controlled by Reading and District Angling Association. This section of The Kennet and Avon Canal offers some excellent coarse fishing................................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. Longmoor LakeLongmoor Lake, Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham, Berkhsire
Longmoor Lake holds large Tench over 8lbs, Mirror Carp over 25lbs, Beautiful stock of Mirrors and Commons, average size over 15lbs, Large Pike over 20lbs, Roach, Crucian Carp, Rudd and Perch...................................................................................................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. Pondwood FisheriesPondwood Fisheries, White Waltham, Berkshire
Pondwood Fisheries is the premier fishing facility for anglers of all categories with three coarse fishing waters, one of which dates back to medieval times and one which is in excess of 30 years old.......................................................................................................................................[Full fishery details]


Where to fish in Berkshire. River LoddonRiver Loddon Sindlesham Mill, Berkshire
This Farnborough AS controlled stretch of the River Loddon contains some of the best chub and barbel coarse fishing in the country. In addition there are bream, big perch and pike in excees of 25lb.....................................................................................................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. River KennetRiver Kennet Aldermaston Mill, Berkshire
Aldermaston Mill offers one of the few opportunities for day ticket fishing on the River Kennet. This is where the River Enbourne joins the River Kennet and it offer some excellent coarse fishing, especially for barbel and chub.............................................................................................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. Royal Berkshire FisheryRoyal Berkshire Fishery Winkfield, Windsor, Berkshire
The Royal Berkshire Fishery was established in 1982. It is a friendly, family-run coarse fishery which prides itself on the quality and condition of it's fish in the lakes and clean and quiet surroundings in which it is set. Three small coarse fishing lakes make up this venue.........................................................[Full fishery details]

Where to fish in Berkshire. White Swan LakeWhite Swan Lake near Wokingham, Berkshire
White Swan Lake is a large gravel pit lake controlled by Wokingham Council. Main species include Carp, Pike, Tench and Perch.........................................................................................................[Full fishery details]





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