Arley RB, LB, Harbour, Alveley, Stanley, Kinlet, Hextons Farm
DescriptionA very popular area for visiting anglers with numerous camp sites and caravan parks. Excellent chub & barbel fishing in summer and good roach in Autumn and Winter. Hemp and Tares produces good results.
Lat 52°25'10.6"N Long 2°20'56.2"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.419619 Long -2.348940 (numerical)
Postcode DY12 1XD (nearby)
Arley RB & Harbour Inn
Lat 52°25'04.4"N Long 2°20'45.0"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.417891 Long -2.345830 (numerical)
Postcode DY12 3NF (nearby)
Kinlet & Stanley road entrance to Coombys Farm
Lat 52°26'15.2"N Long 2°22'27.8"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.437551 Long -2.374396 (numerical)
Postcode WV16 6NL
Kinlet & Stanley car park
Lat 52°26'02.1"N Long 2°21'55.2"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.433914 Long -2.365328 (numerical)
Postcode WV16 6NZ
Lat 52°26'44.6"N Long 2°22'08.9"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.445729 Long -2.369152 (numerical)
Postcode WV16 6NU
Alveley Country Park
Lat 52°27'09.9"N Long 2°21'47.0"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.452745 Long -2.363049 (numerical)
Postcode WV15 6HZ
Arley Left Bank: At Kidderminster, take A422 (Bridgnorth) Road turning left at Arley sign, parking in public car park. No coaches. No fee payable for BAA members.
NOTE: Arley Estates have posted a notice on the left bank car park gate that it will be will be locked shut at 7pm each evening.
Arley Right Bank: Turn right off B4194 parking in the car park adjacent to the footbridge, just past The Harbour Inn. No fee payable for BAA members.
Kinlet & Stanley: Turn right down track signed Coombys Farm before Highley Village. No coaches.
Alveley & Hextons Farm: Park at Alveley Country Park car park (fee payable). Access also available (foot only) from Alveley Industrial Park near Colliery Bridge. Note: It is a long walk to the river from Alveley Country Park down a steep hill, so travel light.
NO FISHING AT NIGHT.
BAA Publication Map
Looking upstream over a flooded river from foot bridge to our Arley LB & RB fisheries.
Alveley Country Park in the wood looking downstream.
Alveley Country Park looking upstream.
Arley Harbour Inn, first meadow looking upstream on a lovely sunny summer day.
Arley Harbour Inn one of the pegs on the faster water.
Arley LB just upstream of the car park.
Arley RB by the island looking upstream.
Entrance from road onto track at Coombys Farm for access to Stanley car park.
Stanley car park. Be carful when crossing Severn Valley Railway tracks into car park. The level crossing gates have been removed and you have to listen for the trains, they do sound their whistle and travel slowly.
Stanley Water section 1 upstream of car park.
Stanley Water downstream of Borle Brook looking downstream towards Kinlet.
First peg after the gate from Arley car park on Friday 28:09:18. A beautiful day and quality roach in the swim. Paul Packwood
Bagged up at Arley
Hi, thought this might be something of interest. I was bailiffing down at Arley left bank this afternoon Sunday 6th January and stopped to chat to member Paul Field. He was catching one a chuck on the waggler and maggot. I stayed to help him weigh the fish which in total was just over 50lb. The net consisted of chub and barbel.There were 3 chub over 6lb with the biggest at 6lb 12oz, the biggest barbel pictured was 11lb, there was even a perch close to 2lb ,brilliant bag of fish! Stewart Mulheron (bailiff).
Hi caught this lovely chub on cheese at Arley in Feb. Glenn Carpenter.
Memorable day at Stanley Water
Would like to report another fishing outing at the Stanley water stretch of the middle Severn last weekend. The fishing from afternoon was prolific and remarkable. Amongst the catch was a roach of 1lb, a chub of 5lb 8 ounce and a barbel of 9lb 8 ounce. Photos are of the barbel and chub. Adam Price-Hunt
Middle Severn session.
9lb 3oz, waggler caught barbel, best of 39 caught over 6 days fishing the Trimpley and Arley stretches of the middle Severn. Most fish during the week, including chub over 4lb, a 1lb 10oz trout, and several pound-plus perch, taken on float-fished caster – by far the best way to catch barbel and chub! Mick Hanley
What's being caught here - 9lb barbel, June 2016, Martin Heath
What's being caught here - Dec 2016 - 19lb 4oz pike at Coomby's Farm down from Borle Brook. She took a ledgered whole mackerel. Nick Lowe.
What's being caught here - First Barbel catch for the year, at Arley 7lb. Before that... a lovely slimey eel! Persistence paid off in the end though. Rachel Wallader July 2017.
What's being caught here! - 3lb perch, Kinlet October 2016, Martin from New Zealand, friend of Yorkie.
What's being caught here! - First time fishing this unspoken gem of a fishery. Fished 2 evening sessions last weekend (29th & 30th July 2017),had 1 barbel just before the light went (8lb 6). The next evening 2 barbel at approximately 6lb (not weighed). Gr
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