Netherseal

Mease

Description

This delightful little Staffordshire river is best enjoyed by the roaming angler. Many twists and turns with shallow runs and deep holes. Chub, perch, pike & barbel can all be found to specimen size. Best fished in late summer, autumn and winter when there is more water in the river.

Location (SATNAV)

Netherseal Bridge
Lat  52°42'42.3"N Long  1°34'37.2"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.711758      Long  -1.577009     (numerical)
Postcode  DE12 8DF
 
Path to downstream end of fishery
Lat  52°42'36.9"N Long  1°34'38.0"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.710243      Long  -1.577208     (numerical)
Postcode  DE12 8DF
 
A444 bridge
Lat  52°42'29.1"N  Long  1°33'22.1"W  (degs, mins, secs)
Lat  52.708088       Long  -1.556140     (numerical)
Postcode  DE12 8AD  (nearby)

Approaches

Netherseal: From Tamworth take road signposted Harlaston. From Harlaston continue to Clifton Campville. Turn left over river the right to Netherseal, turn right again, parking just over the river bridge.

Note: There is a short gap in the fishing immediately above Netherseal Bridge.

NO FISHING AT NIGHT


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