We are pleased to announce that the club has negotiated an agreement with Bridgnorth Angling Society which gives our members access to their four mile stretch of the River Severn above Bridgnorth Shropshire. This stretch of river is very picturesque and varied with all species of fish present and a good head of barbel and chub.
As part of the agreement SDAA have purchased ten books for the 2018/2019 season, these are available for members to pre-book on a first come first served basis. Books once booked can be collected locally or will be posted out prior to booked date. All books must be returned to the club immediately by recorded delivery or in person after your trip to maximise availability. On receipt of the book, members must read the rules carefully and ensure they understand and adhere to them as responsible representatives of SDAA.
All requests for books , please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The B.A.S book only covers the club member and not any guests named in the SDAA book and members using them must have their SDAA book and a corresponding rod license with them when fishing. You will be asked to produce these when getting your permit from Middle Severn Angling.. Please display your permit in your vehicle windscreen at all times. Along the fishery there is an old rail track which gives better access to the river bank. If members wish to use this, they must first get a permit from Middle Severn Angling before fishing at a cost of £1.00 a day. The shop is open daily at 8.00am. This is subject to change and price increase so please ask at Middle Severn Angling
The start of the old railway track
Please check out the Match Bookings below
Our contact at Middle Severn Angling is Rosa Bailey and she can be contacted on 01746 769070. Rosa is very knowledgeable and always happy to help. We would like to encourage all members to take advantage of this arrangement and enjoy the fantastic fishing the Severn has to offer. Listed also is a copy of any booked matches on the waters for members information.
There are other entrances to this spectacular stretch of river but the one shown is the easiest due to being able to access along the old railway line. There are ample parking bays and this is where the lane is gated and you will get the padlock code once you have obtained your ticket from the tackle shop in Bridgnorth.
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