DescriptionProbably the most popular stretch of river the BAA own. Noted for specimen barbel, there are also chub, bream, roach & grayling to be found.
BAA car park in field opposite turning to Woodstone Manor
Lat 52°19'04.4"N Long 2°28'59.6"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.317897 Long -2.483232 (numerical)
Postcode WR15 8JG (nearby)
Eardiston turn off A443 onto track to BAA car park
Lat 52°18'58.9"N Long 2°28'26.1"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.316353 Long -2.473931 (numerical)
Postcode WR15 8JQ
Eardiston: Take A443 from Worcester, turn left down Mill Lane to BAA car park. At the end of Mill Lane the track forms a loop with signed parking near to river access.
The fishing immediately in front of the mill is not BAA.
Lindridge: Continue on A443 past Nags Head pub then left down track to BAA car park, or continue on A443 parking on road side by the church, or in lay-by opposite the turning for Woodston Manor, the gate to the BAA meadow alongside the lay-by has been re-fitted, has a BAA combination padlock (3590) AND MUST BE CLOSED AND LOCKED ON ENTRY AND EXIT.
NO FISHING AT NIGHT.
BAA Publication Map
Entrance to BAA car park at end of Mill Lane. Go under yellow goal posts and follow looped track either left or right.
Car parking spaces alongside edge of track. Please don't block track when parking.
Downstream peg, be careful of steep banks and fast water.
Downstream of car park
Access to peg upstream of car park.
Shallow water just upstream of car park.
Gets a bit deeper as you go upstream.
Upstream of car park.
Downstream of car park. You need to cross a foot bridge, then alongside a hop field, over another footbridge for the more accessible pegs.
Moving further downstream.
Still moving downstream.
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