This venue is in association with Thames Valley Angling Association

About

The Jubilee is part of the Thames flood defences and is rarely fished. It offers purpose built pegs for much of the length and reports are improving as the years go by.

For much of the time there is little flow on the stretch offering more of a Stillwater environment and it only starts to move when the Thames is in flood.

There are patches of lillys to fish to and for those willing to explore it will throw up some surprises. Mainly, catches will be roach, bream and perch although don’t be surprised to hook into one of the larger carp that seem to inhabit the Thames more and more.

Opening Dates: 16th June – 14th March
Night Tickets: N/A

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Address

Marsh Lane, Buckinghamshire, SL6 0DF

Location

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Under no circumstances should fish be REMOVED from waters or MOVED between waters.If anyone is found to have removed or moved fish then they will be banned from the club.

Venue Type

River

Size

0.5 miles

Depth

10 ft


Swims/Features

Overhanging trees, shrubs, lillys

Access

Via Marsh Lane

Parking

Public car park off Marsh Lane


Fish Stocks

Carp, Roach, Bream, Perch, Chub, Dace

Additional Wildlife

Birds, Badgers


Popular Methods of Fishing

Float, pole, ledgering

Advice/Tactics

Fish close to overhanging shrubs to tempt the larger Carp and Chub.

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