Teme Powick

Teme Powick map
River Teme Bransford map

This middle Teme fishery begins at Old Powwick Bridge, running upstream to the field above the railway bridge. It is separated from the BAA Bransford fishery by the hedge/gate. There is good access from the A4103 lay be (signposted BAA access) along the public footpath which runs to the railway crossing.

West Diglis map
Diglis Lock has unrestricted parking for about 12 cars but there is also 2 hours parking around Diglis Dock, free after 6.30pm (effectively free parking from 4.30pm). Parking on Weir Lane is unrestricted but busy during weekdays 8am to 5pm due to the new industrial units.
Pard House
Diglis Lock has unrestricted parking for about 12 cars but there is also 2 hours parking around Diglis Dock, free after 6.30pm (effectively free parking from 4.30pm). Parking on Weir Lane is unrestricted but busy during weekdays 8am to 5pm due to the new industrial units.

Parking is on the road verge, just after double gates located on either side of the road. Access is via a walking style with a WAS SIGN on it. Please do not block the lane when parking.

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Becks
(Formerly Bransford Angling Club Waters)

The down stream boundary to this water is the end of the second meadow above the weir. The water extends on up until the Rushwick railway bridge. This water can be accessed via Becks Farm, Upper Wick lane, (as shown on map of the water). The best access is by parking at the lay by by Bransford Bridge (near the Fox Pub) via a public foot path. Follow the path to the river. Then walk downstream and head towards the railway bridge. There is quite a long way to walk to reach this stretch, the opposite bank below the railway bridge, used to belong to the Barbel Society. The stretch is renowned for producing some good barbel and chub.

River Teme Powick

The Lower Teme is only available to members.

The River Teme is well known throughout the country for producing specimen barbel and quality chub and roach fishing. Our water on the Lower Teme is considered to be one of the best stretches on the river for producing large barbel. Other species that are commonly encountered are pike, bream, roach, perch and eels. The water extends to approximately one and a half mile. The entrance to the water downstream from the Old Powick Bridge is via the stile located on the left below the bridge. Members must not gain access to the water using Bennetts Farm Dairy entrance. All cars and motor cycles must be parked on the access road to the Old Bridge. Please do not block any access to the properties on this road. The entrance to the water upstream from the Old Powick Bridge is via the entrance off the Old Bridge, by the bungalow. Vehicles must not be parked in this lane. The top boundary to this water is the end of the second meadow above the weir.

Members are advised that bulls may on occasion be kept in the meadows below the New Bridge. No coarse fish, dead or alive, to be removed from Society waters and please do not keep grayling in a keep nets. No member may during a period commencing two hours before a contest and until the end of the competition.

No wading is allowed in Lower Teme at any time beyond knee depth. Members do not fish opposite to, or impede in any way, an angler already fishing the opposite bank of the river. The entrance to the upper and lower water at Powick Bridge is via Old lane.