DescriptionAlmost a mile of fishing spread either side of Telford Bridge on the right bank. Noted for the number of salmon caught each year but also with excellent coarse fishing. Barbel, bream, chub & carp of specimen size have all been caught from this prolific water.
Underdale: Entering Shrewsbury from Birmingham, turn right on Monkmoor Road for 1½ miles to traffic island then taking Telford Way direct to bridge. Parking in lay-by near to traffic island.
NO FISHING AT NIGHT
BAA Publication Map
What's being caught here - Neil Gorman's 8lb 5oz barbel caught September 2017.
What's being caught here - Chris Mann's new personal best barbel,12lb 8oz caught on two 8mm pellets and a size 14 hook October 2017.
Standing under Telford Bridge looking down stream. All pictures supplied by Mike Wood BAA Upper Severn area bailiff.
Under Telford Bridge looking across stream.
Below Telford Bridge looking back up stream.
Same position looking across stream.
Looking down stream next peg down.
Same peg looking back at up stream.
Further down stream good access plenty of good pegs.
Next peg down good access close to river.
Further down the stream looking back towards Telford Bridge, good access plenty of pegs level with river.
Same position looking down stream.
Good gravel area to sit.
Top of bank end of gravel areas looking back up stream.
Further down stream towards bend.
Same position looking back up stream.
End of BAA fishing.
R.Millinson at Underdale on the Severn with his first fish of the day a small pike. Picture by Ann Wood upper Severn bailiff.
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