Pershore Left & Right Bank, Pensham
DescriptionThe river has two entirely different characters here. At Pershore, roach, chub & barbel can be found in water averaging 4-6 feet in depth. At Pensham, bream are the main species, also pike and zander. The water here is deeper and slower than at Pershore.
Pershore Right & Left Banks: Park in public car park near Pershore Bridge. Alternatively vehicle access for BAA members is now permitted in the RB field alongside the river directly downstream of the bridge. Cross the bridge and drive towards Pershore, turn into the field through the gate just before entering Pershore (BAA code: See BAA Membership Card. lock the gate after you when entering and leaving), drive across the field to the bank and park. To avoid making ruts in the field please drive anyway across it, don't all follow the same route around the edge. There is no vehicle access along the bank in the wooded section.
For Pershore L/B above "The Gut" continue on B4084 towards Evesham then turn left along Timber Lane signed Wick. At the T junction turn left onto Yock Lane. Follow the road to double locked gates on the left. (BAA code: See BAA Membership Card) Pass through the gate and continue along the edge of the field to BAA parking area.
ALL GATES MUST BE CLOSED & LOCKED
Note: FISHING IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE NEWLY CREATED AND FENCED OFF LEAT WHICH FEEDS WATER TO THE HYDRO-POWER UNIT.
Pensham: Cross Pershore Bridge (towards Evesham) and take immediate right turn signposted Pensham. Turn right at T junction in village and follow track to BAA car park.
NO FISHING AT NIGHT
BAA Publication Map
Double locked gates on Yock Lane. Pass through the gates for access to new BAA car park for fishing Pershore LB above the 'Gut'. Please re-lock the gates (BAA lock code 3590). The access is through Wick as if you are going to our Waters at Wick it is the first gateway on left past the Village "End" Speed limit sign. It is most important that the gates are locked on ENTRY and EXIT
We have built a Stile and put up a sign "NO CAR'S BEYOND THIS POINT". The stile is for angler to use to walk to Pershore LB above the 'Gut'. The farmer will have his own chain and Padlock on the gate because livestock are in the Fields.
New BAA car park for anglers fishing Pershore LB above the 'Gut'. it will hold 8-9 cars.
Saturday morning on the river Avon at Pershore under the bridge, pike of 6lbs and 70cm. Lukasz Tylutki
Red letter day!
Bumped into a couple of members at Nafford today and they showed me this picture. Local Angler Dave Cooke couldn't wait to get out onto the river, after checking on the BAA fisheries work plan on the BAA web site he noted that the Fisheries team had strimmed out the Pershore R/B pegs ready for the start of the season. Dave caught this scale perfect 12lb 8oz Carp at the end of the stretch and as you can see from the colour of his hands he was using red ground bait and maggot. Colin Townsend
What's caught here - pike Feb2016
Myself and Spud had a piking session in the down stream wooded area at Pensham and Spud took this 18lb beauty on a ledgered dead bait on the far shelf. I am sure we are going to see a 20 come from this venue before long. Regards Colin Townsend
What,s caught here - Pike Feb 2016
I'm a new member to the BAA and have been desperate for a long time to catch a decent pike. My biggest previous fish was about 4 pound caught on a plug. Anyway, Mrs. was at work Sunday morning so grabbed a few hours on the Avon at Pensham. My only fish of the session was this 17lb 40z pike, P.B smashed!! She took a herring head section, float - ledgered hard on the bottom under an overhanging tree! Great mornings fishing! Robaylen.
Whats caught here - pike Feb 2016
I though I would share this beauty with you. Fishing in the first meadow at Pensham I cast a frozen gudgeon deadbait to the far bank hard on the bottom and this old lady picked it up. She was 18-1/2lb equal to my PB. Colin Townsend
Zander on fly
What's being caught here? - Glyn Williams was trying his luck with a fly rod, not only was this his first zander but also his first "Z" on a fly rod. He did not weight it but estimated 6 to 7lb. August 2016.
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