Oakfield Fishery

05/06/16 (Swallow) Pete Clarke 44-12-00 Carp Pole/Caster-Pellet
13/10/13 (Brook) Pete Clarke 11-01-00 Carp/Chub Pole-Feeder/Maggot
14/04/13 (Brook) Tony Baily 04-00-00 Tench/Barbel Pole/Maggot
18/09/05 (Swallow) Steve Nicholls 130-15-00 Carp Pole/Corn
07/08/05 (Brook) Brian Hutchings 36-04-00 Carp Pole/Pellet
10/10/04 (Brook) Brian Hutchings 47-08-00 Carp Pole/Pellet
27/06/04 (Brook) Alan Campbell 47-02-00 Carp Pole/Cat meat-Corn
23/05/04 (Swallow) Doug Robinson 35-00-00 Mixed Pole/Pellet
15/02/04 (Swallow) Barry Eddy 10-05-00 Mixed Pole/Pellet
12/10/03 (Brook) Doug Robinson 16-10-00 Carp Pole/Pellet
16/02/03 (Swallow) Lee Rudman 03-01-00 Roach Pole/Maggot
22/09/02 (Brook) Dave Rudman 16-04-00 Carp Pole/Maggot


Review: Oakfield Fishery a mixed coarse venue with three lakes covering five acres set in seventeen acres of beautiful landscaped Buckinghamshire countryside in the vale of Aylesbury. The fishery is easily accessible from the small village of Kingswood from the A41 mid way between Bicester and Aylesbury.

The fishery is over twenty years old and I have been busy expanding and improving it since I bought it in December 2006. The emphasis here is on providing high quality coarse fishing for the match and pleasure angler alike. The coarse species present in the lakes include Carp, Barbel, Tench, Bream, F1 Carp, Chub, Perch and Roach. 

Great care is taken to look after the water quality in the lakes, which in turn ensures that we have fighting fit fish providing extremely consistent sport. The eco system at Oakfield is well balanced and an ever increasing majority of our fish have been reared on site from our own spawning fish.

The current match record is 299lb caught from peg 26 on Swallow lake by Gary Thorpe in the summer of 2013. Open anglers will generally need 150lb+ to win summer matches and experienced pleasure anglers visiting the site regularly have bags in excess of 100lb.

The fishery benefits from four quality fully tiled toilets with one dedicated to the ladies and another for disabled anglers. There is plentiful hard standing car parking for all of the lakes and clean gravel paths lead to well maintained permanent pegs.

There is a cafeteria that is open for breakfast on open match days (Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday) and the fishery welcomes match and pleasure anglers alike.

Adrian Phipps

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Location: Kingswood, Aylesbury. Sat Nav HP18 0SN