Alcott Farm


Alcott Farm, Icknield Street, Alvechurch, Worcestershire B48 7EH, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

For pleasure fishing, it’s hard to beat Alcott Farm. There are no matches and no competitive fishing expeditions at this quiet spot, but there are plenty of open banks, top-tier pegs, and wonderful fish.

The three pools were developed in 2000, with recent work refurbishing the banks and upgrading the basic conditions of the property.

There is a grass track around the pools, making it perfect for disabled anglers.

The three ponds are stocked with bream, chub, perch, and carp.

The largest pool is about 100 metres long and 50 metres wide, with 20 pegs surrounding it. Some pegs are double and eight have been designed with disabled anglers in firm focus.

The smaller pool is a quarter of an acre. Fishing is done from the banks here, with no pegs around the edges.

What size do the fish go to?

The large pool is stocked with common and mirror carp averaging between three and four pounds, but some bigger 13-pounders are in the water. Crucians up to one pound can also turn up.

The small pond has some carp in the double-digits.

What tactics work well?

Boilies are not allowed at Alcott Farm.

Nets must be dipped before fishing and only barbless hooks are permitted.

What facilities are on site?

Alcott Farm features farm house accommodations. The country home has a bed and breakfast, complete with ensuite bedrooms and various amenities.

There is also a one bedroom self-catering cottage available. This is generally available for a weekly rental, but nightly rates are also offered.

Is parking available?

There is secure parking on site at Alcott Farm.

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