Trimpley, Northwood

Severn

Description

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.

Location (SATNAV)

Trimpley, Eymore Wood public car park
Lat 52°24'37.7"N  Long 2°19'53.7"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.410474      Long -2.331589    (numerical)
Postcode DY12 1PG (nearby)

Northwood Lane BAA car park
Lat 52°23'09.3"N  Long 2°19'17.8"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.385905      Long -2.321599    (numerical)
Postcode DY12 1AP (nearby)

Approaches

Trimpley: The car park at the end of Northwood Lane is now permanently closed. Do not park in front of gates or obstruct the entrance to any adjoining property. Access to this fishery is now via the public footpath through Eymore Wood at the end of Eymore Lane using the public car park in Eymoor Wood.

Northwood: Turn into Northwood Lane from the B4190. Travel along the Lane for about 1 mile turn immediately left after going through the tunnel under the disused railway embankment into the BAA car park (lock fitted to gate - code 3590). To access the river walk along the edge of the field along the bottom of the embankment. You will arrive at the river where the disused railway bridge crosses. The fishery is one meadow upstream of the bridge and one downstream ending at the EA measuring station. Do not walk across the fields.

NO FISHING AT NIGHT.