Venue; RIVER WYE – BISHOPSWOOD
Above Kerne Bridge
Location; Situated at Walford, Ross on Wye
Owner Permit; Worcester A/S
Availability; Approx 1 mile of fishing
Fish Species; Chub, Perch, Grayling, Salmon, Sea Trout, Brown Trout, Barbel, Gudgeon, Roach, Pike, Bleak, Dace
This stretch of water is situated on the river Wye, just a few miles from Ross-on-Wye. It is set in very pleasant countryside and can produce good bags of chub and roach. Also, during recent years, good-sized barbel are beginning to show on the water. There are a fair number of pike present for those interested in this species. The water extends to approximately three quarters of a mile.
This stretch of water is adjacent to and upstream of Lower Bishopswood. The beat is approximately three quarters of a mile long and holds the same species of fish found on Lower Bishopswood. There are some restrictions on this water as follows:- Mondays and Tuesdays are not available because, as part of the conditions, the previous owners have retained these days for their exclusive use. The top section of the beat, from Kerne Bridge down to the canoe launch, is only available to Full Members of the Society. Honorary Bishopswood Anglers may only fish this water from the top boundary of Lower Bishopswood, up to the canoe launch.
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