DescriptionThe river here is slower and deeper with roach & bream the main species. Chub & barbel can be found below Charlton Weir. Swimfeeder is the best tactic to use.
Cropthorne 10, 11, 12: Turn off A44, through Fladbury Village, over Jubilee Bridge then left along track to BAA car park.
Cropthorne 7, 8, 9 and Charlton 4, 5, 6: Continue through Charlton Village, turn left down Sidings Lane to BAA car parks Ignore the NO PUBLIC ACCESS sign at the top of the lane.
At the level crossing at the end of Sidings Lane, members MUST obey the Crossing Signage instructing Users to phone the Signaller using the telephones in place. Failure to do this could lead to fines and prosecution or at worst very serious injuries or death due to being struck by a train. After using the level crossing leave the gates closed.
Charlton 1, 2, 3: Continue through village then turn left just past Whitehouse Farm to BAA car park.
NO FISHING AT NIGHT
BAA Publication Map
Meadow 4, excuse the petrol can, this was taken on a Fisheries Work Party visit.
Meadow 2 looking downstream from the Charlton Weir.
Charlton Weir, doesn't it look good?, a bit of a walk from the car park!
Car park by pump house between meadows 4 & 5.
Sidings Lane at the level crossing
Just thought I'd share this great mixed bag of fish that I had today on the Charlton stretch of the Avon. All caught on a maggot feeder, even the zander was lip hooked on double maggot! Cheers, Ben Keen.
What's being caught here! - Called to Charlton pump house today (Aug 2017) to baillif a club contest. I was just in time to witness Dennis Hobin land this estimated 4 to 5 lb Bream. 82 year old Midland Stock Holder A/C member told me it was the second one
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