Club Waters


Please read all club rules before fishing. 

Sandford Lock and Meadow


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Sandford Meadow is where we hold the majority of our matches.  This 28-peg venue has large shoals of Roach, Bream and Chub.  Tench and Perch also win many matches. Main approach is wag & mag. Hemp and tares on the waggler take over from July/August. The pole and chopped worm will win in every peg if you are prepared to sit it out for the big fish. They will come! For the Specialist Angler, double figure Pike and Carp and specimen Chub and Barbel, are also resident on the match length. 

Sandford Lock is very popular with the pleasure, match and specimen angler. Roach, Perch, Carp, Bream and Chub can all found on the Lock Cut.  Big fish habitat the small weir pool and main weir stream.  Barbel, Bream, Pike, Chub and Carp are all there. Very snaggy but the skill of the roving angler should sort out the better fish. Night Fishing is permitted on the weir streams only. 

Please do not park in Sandford Mill Estate at anytime. (This is Private Property). There is a large car park at Sandford Lane Kennington, for our members to use







Please close all gates, entering and leaving our waters!

Rose Island, Kennington

Weirs Mill Stream, Donnington

(With Agreement with Thames Valley Angling Association)

Weir Stream Sandford

(With Agreement with Reading & District Angling Association)


River Thames, Northmoor

(With Agreement with Reading & District Angling Association)

FROM KINGSTON BAGPUIZE ON THE A415 TOWARDS WITNEY AT THE ROSE REVIVED P/H TURN RIGHT INTO MORETON LANE. CONTINUE INTO NORTHMOOR VILLAGE AND TURN RIGHT AT THE T JUNCTION TOWARD STANDLAKE - In Church Road look for entrance gate on the right with RDAA sign and park on the left in the signed area at the end of first field. There is a 5 charge of per day for using use the Ferryman Inn car parking and your RDAA permit or window sticker must be clearly displayed.

A picturesque section of the Thames that has a history of rare Upper Thames barbel. Big chub reside in good number as do most of the usual Thames species. Sea trout often make an appearance here at certain times.​

There is a 5 charge of per day - payable at the pub - for using the Ferryman Inn car park and a photocopy of your RDAA permit must be clearly displayed. Likewise for Littlemore AS or Jolly Anglers who have shared use of this water.