Saturday 7 September 2013

Warwickshire Stour, Alderminster to Crimscote.

Picture heavy this one, but that was intended for this post as I went for a look at the new stretch of the Warwickshire Stour that Stratford-Upon-Avon angling association now offer.

Short and sweet but I caught 12 Chub in 3 hours, nothing of size though but a nice healthy river in a lovely setting. It's very low at the minute but every fishable swim produced a fish.

Simple tactics, 10ft MP specialist pro rod, small map inline cage feeder, liquidised bread and 15" method hair rig with bread discs as bait. I lost a cracking Roach at the last swim, some good signs for the winter.


  1. Funnily enough I walked that stretch last week. It does look a nice little river, I'd never been there before.

  2. As the main road is a long way from it, it's nice and quiet too.

    Winter might be worth a go I reckon but still hard to eat the Avon for the size of the Chub.


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