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Waters / Tenbury
Chub, Barbel, Dace, Grayling, Bream.
Trout in the streamy 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. After less than 1/4 miles a small brick building marks the entrance to the car Park (see photo on Right click to enlarge). The path to the fishing runs alongside the car park and is accessed through a metal gate at the entrance to the car park.
This recently acquired water is really attractive. We are the right side for it from a fishing point of view with some deeper water on our side which will fish really well when the water is up but a nice flow when it is low. However it needs a lot of work done to it before its potential can be developed. The angling club who owned it before us have allowed it to become overgrown and the fishing platforms have crumbled. Please do not venture onto any of the stages.
We are employing contractors in the summer to remove the crumbling stages and restore them and clear out overhanging trees etc. When you have fished it (before or after we have restored the platforms) we would be delighted to receive feed back about it. ( firstname.lastname@example.org or any of the contact numbers).
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