River Severn

West Diglis – this stretch of water starts at the fence to the right of Diglis Bridge adjoining the footpath to Weir Lane. There is a WAS sign at the pedestrian gate. The water stretches along the field until it reaches the mouth of the River Teme. This part of the river is renowned for catches of large barbel, chub and bream. It also supports a variety of other coarse fish including roach, perch, dace and bleak. For predator anglers it has produced some nice pike and zander.

There is no night fishing on this water.

Due to the steepness of the banks on the river, anglers need to take care when fishing this water. It is advisable to take a rope with you, especially if the banks are slippy. Getting out of some of the pegs can prove difficult. We have had problems with litter on this water and anglers must be responsible for leaving their peg clean and free from litter when they leave. From the start of 2021 this water will be regularly patrolled by club bailiffs due to problems we have had with illegal fishing. Anglers must carry their club membership card or day permit with them at all times.

Parking for the water is either in the industrial estate at the top of Weir Lane or on the opposite side of the river along Navigation Road. Please park sensibly so as not to inconvenient other road users.

A map of the river seven