Ribbesford, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2TP, United Kingdom
The Haye Farm is located in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside and features a grade-II listed farmhouse, just the thing for a rural escape.
This is a working family farm, while the fishing site features two pools and a caravan area that’s been rolling along for 20 years. Anglers can also check in to a barn for accommodations, with private rooms and a communal kitchen providing a unique vacation experience.
The two coarse fishing pools at Haye Farm are Curtis Pool and Dexter Pool. Both are stocked with carp, bream, roach, rudd, and tench. Pools are open daily from dawn until dusk.
Membership is available on an annual basis, allowing unlimited fishing during daylight hours. There are some club events on these waters, but at least one pool will be available for members at all times.
There are also passes for day ticket fishing. These are available on the bank.
What size do the fish go to?
The biggest carp found at Haye Farm Fishery weighed a stout 25 pounds.
What tactics work well?
Keepnets, barbed hooks, bread, hemp seed, groundbait, boilies, blood worms, and cat and dog meat are all prohibited.
A maximum of two rods is permitted.
What facilities are on site?
Haye Farm Fishery features accommodations on the grounds, with a variety of places to stay. The Sleeping Barn is particularly unique, as it is available for rent by large groups or individuals alike. This is a communal, hostel-style location, with four bedrooms and four toilets for use.
There is also a caravan site on the premises. Facilities at this space include toilets and an elsan disposal point.
Is parking available?
There is parking at Haye Farm Fishery.