DescriptionThis short length of river (approx. 25 pegs) ranges from 4 to 8 feet in depth and is easily paced. Good head of chub, bream plus occasional large barbel. Good roach fishing in winter.
Entrance to track down to river off Boreley Lane junction
Lat 52°17'27.3"N Long 2°15'44.4"W (degs, mins, secs)
Lat 52.290926 Long -2.262333 (numerical)
Postcode WR9 0HZ
Ladyham: From A449 take any of the roads signed Sytchampton and follow the lanes as shown, or from A4025 take the road signed Golf Club and again follow the plan. Look for BAA Access signs to river.
If you are travelling north on the A449 turn left into Woodfield Lane (signed), you will come to a T junction, turn right and continue along (still Woodfield Lane), continue along into Boreley Lane and you arrive at a T junction opposite which is the entrance to a track through a wood. Follow the track (careful of gully on left) which takes you down hill where you arrive at a gate to a field. Cross field (closing gate after you) to river.
Vehicles may be driven along the river bank when conditions allow.
NIGHT FISHING BY PERMIT ONLY.
BAA Publication Map
Downstream end of Ladyham fishery, on your left as you enter the riverside meadow.
The first downstream peg. The next images show the pegs in order going upstream with a couple of signs also in peg order to help you find the peg you want.
Part of an old BAA sign. The missing words say 'Please Remove Your Litter', still very applicable!
The last peg at the upstream end of Ladyham fishery alongside the gate to the next meadow.
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