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River Severn - Lincombe Lock

Fishing in worcestershire, Stourport – River Severn - Lincombe Lock

Stourport, west midlands
Fishery Type
Coarse
Fishery Stocked
No
Fly Fishing Only
No
Type of Water
River
Types of Fish
Barbel / Perch / Chub / Roach / Pike /
Size
0.23 (Km)
Additional Info
From the lock keeper
Sorry, we don't have any price information for this fishery
Permit Type Available
Day
Permit Angling Club
British Waterways
Permit Contact
Mr M Charles
Phone
01299 822887
Email
Website
DisabledFacilities
Yes

Comments

Mark(15/03/2015 22:36)
Hi there, I re-took up fishing back in September 2014 after a very long time out of the sport.I was introduced back to carp fishing and have loved it but remember fishing Lincombe for barbel when I was a kid.It was when I looked through the forums that I heard about the river carp where the dead arm meets the main flow.I'd been a couple of times fishing the dead arm at the very end of the point using a feeder rod and a 8mm white boilie against the far bank and took a lot of bream up to 3 and a half pound.I tried again before the season ended but had a carp rod out into the crease where the dead arm meets the main flow.I also fished the dead arm with a float rod.After taking a bream on the float and then a very nice bream out in the main flow,I took a 9lb 8oz common carp on a 12mm crab pellet.It was my first ever river carp and what a fight.Beware of the half sunken tree at the very tip if the island as at the end of the day I had a carp on the float on a single piece of corn right under my feet.I lost it in the very same tree.I'm no expert but these fish are something else! About Lincombe anyway-£5 to fish all day and Martin the lock keeper is a really nice bloke.British Waterways have cut a lot of trees back over the last couple of weeks over the dead armed side due to near accidents with boats and personally I think they have ruined it.There are some very nice bream in the dead arm and into the crease.I think the biggest bream to date was over 10lb and carp to 27lb.Not to mention the barbel and chub.Roll on June!
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richard(23/07/2013 10:09)
Can i fish on the same side as the lock keeper were the water is alot calmer
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