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River Severn, Yeandley Farm

Yeandley Farm

This fabulous stretch of the Lower River Severn has been run as a syndicate for a number of years now, but as the syndicate finished at the end of the 2009/10 season, the Kinver Freeliners Committee were keen to secure the fishing for its members.

This area of the Lower Severn is now more famed for its fabulous Zander fishing than its Barbel, having produced some huge specimen Zander over recent years to record proportions. The syndicate best is over 14lb.

There is, of course, still a good head of Barbel that have come out to over 13lb to syndicate members, along with a some huge river Carp (20lb+), Chub, Bream, Roach, Bleak, Perch and Pike.

Members are allowed to access the river bank in their cars 'IN DRY WEATHER ONLY'.

Night fishing is also permitted.

Litter will NOT be tolerated under any circumstances on this or any other venue. If there is litter in your peg please REMOVE IT regardless at to weather its your or not.

The landowner regularly walks the river bank so please make sure we all act responsibly at all times.

Access to this stretch is quite easy. From the A38 Worcester to Tewkesbury road, you need take the A438 towards Ledbury, crossing over the River Severn at Mythe Bridge (single lane, traffic lights controlled bridge) about a mile above Tewkesbury.

Continue along the A438 for approximately 1/2 mile until you reach a crossroads, where you need to take the right turning signposted Bushley. Follow this lane for another 1/2 mile or so until you see ‘St Peters Church”, Bushley, on your left.

Almost opposite the Church is a right turning that goes between some farm buildings.Take this lane and follow it for about 1/2 mile until you see a concrete pad and Dutch style barn on the left.
The area in front of the barn is the WET WEATHER PARKING AREA.

Just after the barn on the right is a grass track, this is the DRY WEATHER ACCESS ONLY, to the river.

Yeandley Farm