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Bigbadjoe

Bigbadjoe
Total Posts: 9
Joined: November 17, 2019

hi there can anyone shed some light for me here, im lookin at street view of the area of the mease and on the left hand side of the netherseal bridge along that stretch has a 3 to 4ft barbed wire fence along it on the baa map its got the red markings on it so im presuming its a stretch than can be fished also does anyone know for sure that you can park there where its got the (P) on the maps cos again it looks tight im going there tomorrow hopefully, anyone give any info before end up going and wasting a journey, ive been to handsacre today and the pegs are just must so couldn't really fish it so made a wasted journey, i admit im new to the rivers so im still learning whats what and i appreciate that the time of year has a big impact on some venues im dying to go somewhere where i can enjoy the surroundings as well as the fishing and on the maps the mease looks like a great river what id really love to try
thanks guys
joe

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Posted on January 20, 2020 at 4:11 PM

Maddog

Maddog
Total Posts: 7
Joined: February 9, 2018

Re: mease

Good afternoon Joe,
The Mease is a roving river and best fished in the winter, during the summer the river is very shallow and the banks overgrown. Harlaston is a better and more accessible venue.
I fish this stretch of river regularly this time of year and always catch, mainly perch, chub and trout.
The river also contains pike, some large ones for a tiny river. I use larger baits, worms, bread flake etc. I live in Four Oaks, Harlaston is about 20 minutes drive and usually I fish there for 2-3 hours.
I am a bailiff For the BAA and would be happy to meet you at the venue and show you the pegs.
Please send your details to John Williams at BAA head office (reference; Joe fishing Harlaston)
I will then make contact.
Kind regards, Peter

Posted on January 20, 2020 at 4:49 PM

Bigbadjoe

Bigbadjoe
Total Posts: 9
Joined: November 17, 2019

Re: mease

Hi Peter thanks for the reply, i appreciate the advice as long as the weather stays reasonably dry i may head there tomorrow i did actually go there before i parked in the lay by on that bent and went through that turn style i think i made the mistake of staying on that same side tho rather than crossing over the foot bridge or i think i took a look and couldn't really see where to fish from as it seemed quite steep in places or overgrown with greenery it was back in a september so i cant remember but i didn't stay anyway but if your saying its best time of year then il try again for sure il give my details over tho as well cos it would be great to get some advice id appreciate that fully
thanks loads for the reply bud

Posted on January 20, 2020 at 7:10 PM

MarkM

MarkM
Total Posts: 1
Joined: February 22, 2020

Re: mease

I have read with interest the previous posts.
Can anyone tell me where the fishery at Netherseal actually ends?
I have walked down into the meadow where the barbed wire fencing finishes and have noticed agricultural/greenhouse structures at the end of that meadow. Is that the end?

Posted on February 22, 2020 at 1:28 PM

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