Dorchester Angling Society
Dorchester Angling Society is a coarse fishing club based at Dorchester-on-Thames in Oxfordshire. Membership or associate membership is open to all.
Angling on the River Thames and Thame
Bishops Court Farm
1. The fence above Days Lock to Thame Stream Bridge (River Thames)
2.Sewer Outfall to River thame to Thame Stream Bridge (River Thame)
With immediate effect the Dorchester Angling Society card is no longer valid for the above mentioned fishery.
No other Dorchester Angling Society waters are affected.
Day tickets are not generally available.
FOR GENERAL INQUIRIES
FOR WATER BOOKINGS
Please phone David Head (Tel 01865 341163).
For details of the Hurst Fishery (included waters) refer to Hurst Website
Chub in the 2 to 4 lb mark, with occasional larger fish up to 6lb, are found throughout the club waters. Roach, bream, perch, and double figure pike can also be found throughout the club waters. The 2014/5 season produced gudgeon in large numbers. Barbel are mainly caught on the upper stretches of the Thame. Although not present in great numbers they can run to over 10lb.
Meadside Still Water Fishery
The club's Meadside fishery is now open. Small fish are plentiful. Access is via a padlocked gate on the immediate left hand side of the path from the Meadside Cottages to the River Thames. The combination number can be found in the current membership cards.