River permission

Thame Angling Club – clarification of access rights.

The three fields upstream of the bypass bridge are private and the club only has access to these during the fishing season and members must not enter the fields during the closed season.

By kind permission from Mrs Gibb the Prebendal field is made available for anyone to use for dog walking and exercise.  Thame Angling Club only control the fishing in this field.

River closed season.

Good afternoon everyone.        All THAME ANGLING CLUB river stretches are closed until further notice and have been from the end of the season. MARCH 14th. Our land owners do not want the general public entering their fields. None of us have a rite of way without their permission until the COVID outbreak allows us to re-negotiate the new rent with them and the EA allows angling to begin again too. If anyone enters any of the fields and as a result upsets the land owner enough to lose the rite to fish there the club will NOT RENEW your permit.                                                                                                Take heed of this rule by order of the committee. I hope this is clear enough.                            Regards for now Dave Lyne.

Thame angling clubs AGM 2020

As most of you are no doubt aware the Thame Angling Club AGM scheduled for Thursday 2 April 2020 has been cancelled.

In these exceptional circumstances the committee have proposed that the Club continue its present arrangements for the 2020/21 season.

The main proposals are as follows:

  1. The 2019 AGM minutes (available on request) are deemed accepted
  2. Incumbent committee members have all indicated that they are happy to continue in their present positions and will do so.
  3. Permit and Day Ticket prices will remain as per the 2019/20 season
  4. The Club will continue to use Nuneham Courtney waters but further liaison on issues such as parking will be carried out with the managing agent when possible
  5. Accounts will be made available for audit
  6. The Club will retain the current waters and, subject to landowner’s consent, will continue to fish them
  7. The Club will continue and maintain the Club’s Website, Instagram and Facebook accounts

It will be assumed that these proposals are deemed acceptable to the membership and will be adopted as passed unless there are any objections or counter proposals.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the committee members for their sterling work throughout the year. In particular, thanks to the committee members and 

volunteers who help maintain the river, access and fishing platforms, whose contribution helps what makes our Club such a great one.

I wish you all a safe and healthy year with a hope that we can all be back out there on the bank very soon, fishing again.

Barry Mullen

Chairman Thame Angling Club

Match results 21st July 2019

 Good afternoon everyone, today was our first open of the season on our own stretch. 19 anglers battled it out for 5 hours and the top 11 is as follows.
In 1st place came Roger Smith catching a respectable 4lb 11oz from peg 33. Rog fished a simple maggot feeder and caught some nice Perch and Roach and had a decent Chub too from a very reliable swim.
2nd position went to Kevin the breakfast Dowling on peg 47 with 3lb 12oz. Kev having mainly Roach was pestered by Pike too.
3rd was the very good Martin Chown with 3lb 0oz 8dr from peg 38. Martin had over a hundred fish comprising of Skimmers and Perch and lots of Chublet!
4th place the ever present Bob Saunders always a safe bet, with 2lb 11oz. Bob drew the newish peg 44a and did well.
5th came Tony Sexton on a brand new swim 27a. Tone caught steadily on the whip and had 2lb 6oz 8dr. Good to see the new swim had some fish in Tone.
6th was Julian Rayment on peg 37a with 2lb 4oz. Julian came on a visit from Cuddesdon today and I was glad to see him in the top ten.
7th place Dave Lyne peg 32 with 2lb 3oz. Dave had lots of juvenile Roach, Dace, Perch and Chublet mainly on the whip.
8th position was drawn by four anglers who were all tied on 2lb 2oz and I have listed them in descending down the river swims,
Lester Backshall in the newly cut out peg 24.
Will Drinwater peg 29
Mick Baston peg 34
Keith Nash peg 36.
    Everyone caught but not everyone weighed in. There was a bit of Pike trouble for Tony Aspell in peg 42, where he landed a 6lb-er and had a good double on as well but couldn’t quite land her…and Nick Newitt lost a Tench of about 3-4lb at the landing net in peg 26 hooked on half a grain of corn. Not a whole one!!
So there you are the first open done and dusted. I’d like to thank all attending today and to Ian for his invaluable help dealing with the money matters.
     Our next Open is on Sunday August 4th. 7.30am draw fish from 8.30 till 1.30pm. If any anglers would like to attend, please let me know 01844 761185 eves or Ian 07821 400435 reasonable hours please. S
                  Tight Lines for now Dave

Weed cut!

Good afternoon everyone, we will be carrying out weed cutting and tree trimming on the following swims tomorrow evening Thursday 11th July. Peg numbers 48, 48a and hopefully 47 up to 41. Then Saturday and Sunday morning we will be carrying out maintenance and weed cutting in the pegs upstream of 37a up to 23. Please be ready to move if you have chosen these swims to fish as we require. Better still would be to avoid the swims numbered. The committee appreciate your co-operation whilst we do our best to combat the weed growth.