Reading Fishing Club is affiliated to Reading & District Angling Association, and is one of the founder members when the association was formed in 1923. The club is also a member of the Angling Trust and Kennet Valley Fishery Association.
|Fees for 2015/2016
The season for 2015-2016 will run from the 1st of April 2015 to the 15th of June 2016.
|Reading Fishing Club - Mandatory|
|ADULT - 17- 65||OAP/RDP||JUNIOR - 12 - 16||UNDER 12|
|Reading & District - Optional|
|In order to purchase a Reading and District Permit you must be a member of Reading Fishing Club.|
|AGM MEETING TUESDAY 5th APRIL 2016 8 PM AT WESTWOOD FARM SOCIAL CLUB TILEHURST ALL MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND|
|PROPOSED RULE CHANGES FOR AGM MEETING 5th APRIL 2016|
|ANNUAL CLUB WORK PARTY IS 14th & 15th MAY 2016
ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME TO HELP KEEP OUR VENUES IN GOOD CONDITION (FULL DETAILS FROM THAMES VALLEY ANGLING)
COULD ALL MEMBERS MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR PERMITS ON YOU AT ALL TIMES AS BAILIFFS WILL BE CHECKING PERMITS ON A REGULAR BASIS THROUGHOUT 2015/16
Annual Prize Giving Awards Photos
Waters Avaliable To Reading Fishing Club Members:
Tapperns Lake - Theale
A quiet, peaceful, platformed lake with two wider disabled platforms, with vehicular access on payment of a £5.00 deposit. Tapperns is stocked with all species, best Carp 29.5lb, and best Perch 4lb 6oz.
Osier Lake - Theale
A much bigger lake next to Tapperns that provides a challenge. Very weedy in the summer months, but in our first year has provided carp to 22.5lb, a male Tench of 8lb 12oz and Pike to 26lb 8oz. There is unknown potential for other species.
Child Beale Complex - The Lake
This lake has produced Carp to 35+lb this season, Pike to 30lb, Bream to 12lb, large Tench and all other species.
Three large Bream shoals are known to inhabit this stretch and on the right day an angler could catch in excess of 100lb. Large Carp, Pike, Perch, Chub and Roach are also caught on this stretch. This stretch of river is in one of the most beautiful settings with Hartslock Wood opposite and conjures up thoughts of Wind in the Willows.
Tapperns and Osier benefit from a gated and fenced car park and complex.
Child Beale offers fun for non-fishing family members to visit the animal and bird park where café and toilet facilities are also available.