Waters / Rhyse Lane
Chub, Barbel, Dace, Bream and Grayling.
A few Trout in the streamy water.
750 yards fishing on the right bank.
This water joins the bottom end of our new Tenbury water.
Arriving at Tenbury on the A456 take the A4112 across the river and down the main street (Teme Street). At the end of the main street the main road (A4112) turns 90 degs. right and the B4204 to Clifton carries straight on. Take this B road and after 1/4 mile, at the beginning of a very sharp right hand bend, fork left down a minor road (signposted Eastham) along Rhyse Lane. Continue past the small brick building which marks our Tenbury car park for a few hundred yards to discover the stile at the end of the big field. This is marked with a notice.
The downstream boundary is the hedge we walk down. The top boundary is
marked with a notice board about about 40 yards above the pylon shown on
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