Teme

  • Eastham Bridge

    ¾ mile of double bank fishing starting at Eastham Bridge. There is also a short piece above the bridge on the left bank. Excellent water for game and coarse fishing including barbel over 10lbs and pike over 25lbs.
  • Lindridge, Eardiston

    Probably the most popular stretch of river the BAA own. Noted for specimen barbel, there are also chub, bream, roach & grayling to be found.
  • Puddleford

    This short stretch is opposite Eardiston. Barbel & chub predominate. Parking is limited to 4 or 5 cars.
  • Doddenham

    About 600yds. of left bank fishing, immediately upstream and adjacent to our Broadwas fishery. Typical river Teme fishing, with shallow glides and deeper gullies. The banks are steep and heavily wooded, which makes access to parts of the fishery difficult.
  • Broadwas

    Popular with match & pleasure anglers. This stretch can accommodate up to 30 pegs (though many become overgrown in summer). Chub, roach & barbel in good numbers to be found.
  • Cotheridge

    Steep banks and fast flowing water mean this venue is best suited to the more intrepid angler. The rewards can be great however, with lots of barbel & chub of specimen proportions.
  • Leigh & Ox Bow Lake

    Steep banks and fast flowing river mean this venue is best suited to the intrepid angler. The rewards can be great however, with lots of barbel & chub of specimen proportions.
  • Stanford Bridge

    ¾ mile on left bank above the old road bridge. The BAA has its own car park adjacent to the bridge. Typical River Teme, noted for barbel, chub, roach and pike.
  • Bransford

    ½ mile of left bank fishing, starting 300yds below Bransford Bridge. Deeper water and good swims make this a popular venue.