Fishing in the Cotswolds

Angling is one of the most popular pastimes in the Cotswolds and with the number of lakes, rivers and canals in the area it is not difficult to see why. The River Thames begins its 180-mile journey from Kemble in Gloucestershire and several tributaries flow into the river as it meanders through the Cotswolds. The Thames and its streams offer the best coarse and trout fishing anywhere in the country. The lime-stoned riverbeds provide the environment for traditional fly-fishing for brown trout or the silver-purple graylings, and the lakes are well stocked with chubb, roach, pike and carp.

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