The Monkmoor fishery is large, well over a mile of unspoilt right-hand bank fishing and can be divided into three main sections. At the top end of the fishery, referred to locally as the gypsy stones, the fishery begins. The middle section is the Uffington stretch (between the two road bridges) and the lower section that joins the Belvedere Wood fishery is below the second road bridge.

This map shows the entire length of the Monkmoor fishery. In this photo, the river flows from top left-hand corner to bottom right. Fishing is on the inside of the loop (right-hand bank). The Monkmoor fishery is guarded by a secure locked gate, a key code for the combi lock gives you access of which must be obtained before fishing. The code comes with your new season permit and you must not pass this code on to anyone else for security reasons.

The fishery offers a wide variety of features to suit both Coarse and Salmon anglers.