Probably the best day ticket carp waters in the UK The pages of this website contain much of the information you need to start fishing our waters at Oxford and much more that we hope will be of interest to newcomers and regulars alike. In the Gallery section are some of the terrific fish the lakes have produced over the last year or so along with our rules and useful information that will help with your visits to our waters. You can also visit our Facebook Page or YouTube Channel and can follow us on Instagram. Every year since 1990 we have produced either an annual newsletter of brochure, and 2017 is no exception. Our new, free brochure, is now available and can be ordered or downloaded from this website, where you can also order a copy of our current Fishery DVD. Last year we introduced a scheme which allowed children under the age of twelve to fish for free on the Day Ticket Waters providing they are accompanied by a paying adult angler and fishing in the same swim. This scheme was really received well, so well that for 2017 onwards we have now decided to extend the scheme to cover all children under the age of 16. This concession will only apply during the UK school holiday breaks and weekends. More details of this can be found on the Prices Pages of this web site. We have a couple of new rules for 2017 and advise anyone planning to visit the site, to make sure they are aware of all our rules. These rules help us maintain the site, help protect our environment and the amazing stock of fish, and also play a massive part in ensuring your visit to the fishery is as enjoyable as possible. All of us at Linear Oxford are dedicated to the continued running of a well kept and well stocked fishery, not just for carp anglers but for all who wish to fish them - be it for tench, roach, bream, pike, perch and catfish – all of which abound in our waters. All of us at Linear Oxford are dedicated to the continued running of a well kept and well stocked fishery, not just for carp anglers but for all who wish to fish them - be it for tench, roach, bream, pike, perch and catfish – all of which abound in our waters.