99. Warwickshire Avon

Brief description of fishery:

A stretch of The Warwickshire Avon river that is available to Bridgwater full season membership holders.

Wick Grange

Wick Grange is 750m in length holding 30 pegs and is at Wick, which is just upstream of Pershore. It is a comfortable water to fish as it doesn’t have the high banks of the River Severn and is not so prone to flooding. All the normal river species are present here including Zander, Carp and Barbel the water used to also offer large bags of Bream. It is receptive to all methods and particularly lends itself to fishing the stick float.

There is good predator fishing for Perch, Pike and Zander. The stretch holds a large bend. Look for the Gravel and fish wont be far away.

Night fishing is allow on this stretch but the owner has requested that he is contacted before fishing so that he is aware of who is on the land. Call Tom Miekle on 07976 661295.

Species;
Barbel, Chub, Bream, Rudd, Roach, Pike, Perch and Zander

Access & Parking

Wick Grange is reached by taking the Evesham road from Junction 7 of the M5, which used to be the A44 but is now the B4084. This stretch is about a mile from the Avon Bridge at Pershore and is only a short walk from the car park.

This water can be fished on a full membership which must be purchased from Clubmate.

From M5 J7, take B4084 to Pershore. Pass through the town over the river then the second Left (Wick). Take the first right which is about 100m into Owlets Lane. The lane is about 200m long and takes you into the farmyard. Then its left then right the access is on the right hand side. There will be a BAA sign.

This access takes you to the dry weather parking for the BAA stretch. If you head straight down the track this will take you to the shared Wet weather carpark and a stretch run by Kniver Freeliners.

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This takes you to the junction between the wet and dry parking. The BAA Section is to the right.

Post Code: WR10 3PB

 

Maps

Species

  • Barbel
  • Bream
  • Chub
  • Dace
  • Eel
  • Rudd
  • Roach
  • Pike
  • Perch
  • Zander
  • Carp