Pershore Left & Right Bank, Pensham

Avon

Description

The river has two entirely different characters here. At Pershore, roach, chub & barbel can be found in water averaging 4-6 feet in depth. At Pensham, bream are the main species, also pike and zander. The water here is deeper and slower than at Pershore.

Location (SATNAV)

Pershore Bridge car park
Lat  52°06'12.9"N  Long  2°04'14.4"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.103573      Long  -2.07066        (numerical)
Postcode  WR10 1AX
 
Gated entrance to track to BAA car park off Yock Lane
Lat  52°06'27.7"N   Long  2°03'48.5"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.107683,      Long -2.063487      (numerical)
Postcode  WR10 3NS (nearby)
 
Pensham car park
Lat  52°05'58.5"N Long  2°05'19.3"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.099590     Long   -2.088705     (numerical)
Postcode  WR10 3HB (nearby)

Approaches

Pershore Right & Left Banks: Park in public car park near Pershore Bridge. Alternatively vehicle access for BAA members is now permitted in the RB field alongside the river directly downstream of the bridge. Cross the bridge and drive towards Pershore, turn into the field through the gate just before entering Pershore (BAA code 3590, lock the gate after you when entering and leaving), drive across the field to the bank and park. To avoid making ruts in the field please drive anyway across it, don't all follow the same route around the edge. There is no vehicle access along the bank in the wooded section.

For Pershore L/B above "The Gut" continue on A44 towards Evesham then turn left along Timber Lane signed Wick. At the T junction turn left onto Yock Lane. Follow the road to double locked gates on the left. (BAA code 3590) Pass through the gate and continue along the edge of the field to BAA parking area.

ALL GATES MUST BE CLOSED & LOCKED

Note: FISHING IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE NEWLY CREATED AND FENCED OFF LEAT WHICH FEEDS WATER TO THE HYDRO-POWER UNIT.

Pensham: Cross Pershore Bridge (towards Evesham) and take immediate right turn signposted Pensham. Turn right at T junction in village and follow track to BAA car park.

NO FISHING AT NIGHT


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