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Both pad lock have now been replaced. It will be interesting to see how long they last. This will be the 5th at the Mill and 4th at the other car park.


Posted on October 11, 2021 at 1:03 PM

Evesham Workingmens A/C Birds Meadow 11/9/21

Evesham Working Men’s A/C fished their annual at Birds meadow on Sat 11th Sept
The Severn was Low, Slow & Clear and the Bream did not feed.
The fishing was hard but all caught fish.
Fishing Permanent peg 17 Stuart Robinson put 6lb 9ozs of feeder caught Skimmers and Perch to the net to win the match.

1st Stu Robinson. 6-9-0. Peg 17.
2nd Vic Woods. 6-8-0. Peg 21.
3rd COLIN Townsend. 5-12-0. Peg 23.

Posted on September 11, 2021 at 7:33 PM

Re: Wood end, river Avon

Drive to the end of the tarmac road. Through the gate straight in front of you onto the grass track, (closing the gate behind you) note no padlock & chain. Drive down grass track to parking area at bottom. The track is a bit rutted near the bottom so take care of front valance.
No access into the field for BAA vehicles so you have to walk to the river passing through a pedestrian gate.
It’s a long walk but worth it for Pike, Zander & Bream.

Have a good session.

Posted on March 03, 2021 at 12:17 PM

Re: Common road

Apologies for late response. Make sure that you check the gate access instructions on the BAA “ where to fish site”. The padlock does look daunting but it does work.
Contractors are working on the Railway bridge on the Evesham & District waters and they have been using big plant up and down the track.
They have filled in the pot holes and cleared the over hanging hedge so the track is now car friendly. The BAA car park needs a little work but It is OK.
It is a bit of a struggle with a Trolly through the old kissing gate (erosion from flood run off) The Local Ramblers Association have had the Board walk replaced with a foot bridge at the end.
It is then a flat walk all the way along the river bank.
Waters are good for Roach, Bream and big Pike.
Hope you have a good session.smiling

Posted on December 06, 2020 at 3:07 PM

Re: Great platforms, but!

The gap in the platforms is to release the pressure from the water when the river rises and also to allow for the silt to wash away when the river falls slowly. (Silt rots the board if not cleared)
The Severn will rise quickly and fall quickly and you may see that where no gaps have been left the pegs will pop up and look like a sky ramp also when it fall quickly you will see silt even with a Gap in the boards,
On the Avon silt is not such a problem, you will note that the BAA Style pegs are standard on all our venues where we own the fishing rights.


are to accommodate

Posted on July 03, 2020 at 4:47 PM
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