Evesham Rd, Abbot’s Salford, Evesham WR11 8UN, United Kingdom
The Abbots Salford Lake is tucked in the picturesque village of Abbots Salford in Warwickshire, the perfect location for a laidback day of fishing.
This spot is noted for low stocking density, which makes wait times between active periods a little more extensive. Abbots Salford is more than rewarding in its own way, however, as the environment and feel of this Astwood Bank Angling Club water is stunning.
Silver fish are common at Abbots Salford, but specimen carp, bream, and tench are the prizes here.
This location has a total of 45 pegs and an average depth of five to six feet.
What size do the fish go to?
According to reports, carp up to 20 pounds roam this fishery. Bream and tench are turning up around the seven-pound range.
What tactics work well?
Maggots, casters, bread, worm, carp pellets, lunch meat, paste, groundbait, boilies, particle seed baits, lures, dead baits, and floating baits are permitted at Abbots Salford Lake.
All other baits are prohibited.
Barbless hooks only.
Do not fish in the shallows at the far end.
Landing nets and unhooking mats must be in use at all times, with a minimum 42-inch size.
Anglers may use a maximum of three rods. All must be in the same peg.
Fishing is permitted from February 2 to July 1 only.
What facilities are on site?
Facilities are on the lean side at Abbots Salford Lake.
Is parking available?
Parking available in designated spaces. Anglers are permitted to drive on the right side of the lake to drop off tackle prior to parking.