Warwickshire Avon

Fishery Information
Warwickshire Avon
Clifford Chambers

Stratford upon Avon
Fish Species
Perch Roach
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Fishery Information

The Avon River in Warwickshire offers a picturesque fishing experience, encompassing 0.75 miles of the main river. This scenic stretch includes the mouth of the River Arrow and 150 yards of the tributary, adorned with reed-lined banks and underwater pads that provide both interest and shelter for the fish. While the steep banks add to the tranquillity of the area, they may limit access for some anglers.

This particular stretch of the Avon is renowned for its popularity among barbel anglers, with recorded catches of fish exceeding 15 pounds. Other species found in the river include pike weighing up to 12 pounds, chub up to 5 pounds, perch up to 1 pound 8 ounces, roach up to 12 ounces, and dace up to 4 ounces. Nets with catches weighing up to 10 pounds are not uncommon, with a few larger chub occasionally making an appearance. Overall, the Avon River in Warwickshire offers a diverse range of fish and an opportunity for an enjoyable angling experience.