Southlake Angling Society presently have 2 lakes and 2 stretches of river, all of which provide excellent fishing throughout the season.
Situated within Woodley, Southlake is a former estate lake. Predominantly a carp fishery with fish to 39lb 10oz, there is also a good head of tench, roach, rudd, perch and pike.
Situated near Whistley Green, Twyford, Redlands is owned by the society. This lake is a general fishery with large shoals of bream, good stocks of roach, rudd, tench, perch, pike and a good head of carp. Redlands has swims to cater for disabled anglers.
There is also a small stretch of the river Loddon, running alongside the lake which produces varied bags of barbell, chub, roach and dace.
Situated between Early and Lower Early this stretch of the prolofic river Loddon stretches for 800m. Predominantly a mixed fishery this venue was added to the ticket in June 2010.