Severn

  • Aberbechan

    3/4 mile of left bank fishing with shallow runs & deep glides. Many salmon are taken here each year plus good coarse fishing for dace, chub & barbel. A very beautiful stretch of river with good access.
  • Forden

    Close to three miles of right bank fishing above and below Cilcewydd Bridge. Best tackled by travelling light and on foot. Salmon and coarse fish can be found in the deeper holes and on the many twists and bends
  • Buttington Bridge

    Typical "Upper" Severn with deep and shallow water. Good game and coarse fishing on fly or bait. Plenty of salmon taken each year above Buttington Bridge. Good pike fishing in the deeper holes.
  • Pool Quay, Maesydd & Rhyddesgyn

    Beautiful, unspoilt, uplands river. Lots of pools and rapids, twists and turns, excellent salmon, trout and coarse fishing for chub, dace, pike, barbel and grayling.
  • Underdale

    Almost a mile of fishing spread either side of Telford Bridge on the right bank. Noted for the number of salmon caught each year but also with excellent coarse fishing. Barbel, bream, chub & carp of specimen size have all been caught from this prolific water.
  • Apley Estate

    Half a mile of left bank fishing to the north of Bridgnorth, adjacent to the A442. Excellent barbel, roach, perch and chub.
  • Knowle Sands

    This length of river is noted for its' barbel. Pleasure catches exceeding 100lbs can be had with specimens up to 10lbs. Best fished during Summer & Autumn. Swim feeder or ledger best for barbel with pellets, corn or meat as favourite baits.
  • Danery

    This length of river is noted for its' barbel. Pleasure catches exceeding 100lbs can be had with specimens up to 10lbs. Best fished during Summer & Autumn. Swim feeder or ledger best for barbel with pellets, corn or meat as favourite baits.
  • Eardington, Brook Section

    The Brook Section produced the 5 hour match record for the Severn in 2005 at 155lbs. Mainly barbel & chub with plenty of pike, roach & dace. Swimfeeder or ledger tactics favourite.
  • Quatford

    Over 3 miles of unbroken fishing on the left bank. Mainly barbel & chub with plenty of pike, roach & dace. Swimfeeder and ledger tactics favourite.
  • Hampton Loade Left Bank

    Over 3 miles of unbroken fishing on the left bank. Mainly barbel & chub with plenty of pike, roach & dace. Swimfeeder and ledger tactics favourite.
  • Hampton Loade 'B' Section

    fast flowing and fairly shallow. This stretch of river holds a huge head of barbel & chub. Search out the deeper runs between the shallows. Leger or swimfeeder are best, with meat, corn, pellets and maggots.
  • Arley RB, LB, Harbour, Alveley, Stanley, Kinlet, Hextons Farm

    A very popular area for visiting anglers with numerous camp sites and caravan parks. Excellent chub & barbel fishing in summer and good roach in Autumn and Winter. Hemp and Tares produces good results.
  • Trimpley, Northwood

    The Middle Severn at its best. In the case of Trimpley for those prepared for a long walk from the car park . Excellent barbel water, with the best pegs up towards the railway bridge on this ½ mile length. Northwood is a similar water with easier access involving a walk from the car park alongside the disused railway embankment to the river.
  • Ribbesford

    The river here starts to deepen and loses its' pace. Still plenty of barbel, plus bream, chub & roach, especially late in the season. Pike to 30lbs have been taken below the football pitch.
  • Blackstone

    1.500 yards of left bank fishing on the Severn below Blackstone Rock. This is typical middle Severn fishing with depths ranging from 4-8ft. Barbel, chub, roach, dace, pike & eels.
  • Newhalls Meadow

    The river at Stourport is navigable and there are plenty of boats in evidence. Noted for its winter roach sport, anglers flock here to take advantage on pole, stick float and waggler. bronze maggots best.
  • Ladyham

    This short length of river (approx. 25 pegs) ranges from 4 to 8 feet in depth and is easily paced. Good head of chub, bream plus occasional large barbel. Good roach fishing in winter.
  • Holt Fleet, Lock Island

    Includes the weir pool. Very good for salmon, pike and barbel.
  • Grimley, Hallow

    Grimley: Still considered "Middle Severn", the river here below Holt Fleet Bridge begins to widen and deepen with average depths of six to eight feet. Plenty of chub % barbel to be found, plus a resident shoal of big bream in the upper reaches. Hallow: A good "mixed" fishery below Bevere Weir. Barbel, bream, chub & roach predominate plus large pike.
  • Retreat Farm, Grimley

    A group of three small pools plus half a mile of right bank River Severn fishing, immediately downstream of our Grimley Fishery and upstream of Bevere Lock, Grimley. Pools 1 & 2 together hold approx.. 30 pegs and can be booked for contests. The top two pools have been recently stocked with carp, roach, bream, rudd and crucians. Pool three will be stocked in due course including with crucians.
  • Severn Stoke

    The Lower Severn is deep and wide. Bream, chub, roach & pike are prevalent and the barbel grow to record size.
  • Bushley

    Very deep water holding shoals of bream. Odd barbel, usually very big can also be found. Very good for pike.
  • Ripple, Birds Meadow

    Very deep water holding shoals of Bream. Chub & roach also in fair numbers plus a few large barbel. Excellent pike & zander fishing.
  • Deerhurst, Apperley

    The river here is tidal and anglers should take care as it can rise several feet in a short time. Bream are the main species, with roach, pike and eels also present.