River Loddon, Wargrave, Berkshire

The fishery is situated off the A321, 1/2 mile south west of Wargrave and is accessed via time A4 Reading Road. From London exit the M4 at Junction 8/9 and take the A423M, turning left at the A4 exit.
From the roundabout at the A321 junction with the A4 take the Henley/Wargrave Road for approximately half a mile, turning left after a large hedge (Signposted Thames Water Authority, Lambourne Division, Sewage Works 1 mile).
Follow this single track road over a railway bridge and either approach the river try turning sharp right after the bridge (U turn), where limited parking is available next to the railway track or down between the fields at the river bank or continue down to the Sewage Works and take the track right down to the river.
Caution should he exercised during the winter months and during inclement weather, particularly rain, when cars may become bogged down on the soft ground, Members whose cars have low slung sumps should also emceed with caution. Cars should not be parked where they may obstruct the farm activities. The river is classed as a mixed fishery, with Pike, Barbel, Bream, Chub, Elis Roach, Perch, Dace to 10oz, plus Gudgeon, Bleak and river Carp.
For Matches meet at the hard standing just over the Railway bridge.

4th April 2019

Working party River Loddon 24.03.19

A small turnout due to a car breakdown and other commitments however some really good work was undertaken.  Concentrating on the river downstream of the copse, […]
17th July 2018

There is no work party at Wargrave this weekend 21st/22nd