Holt Fleet Fisheries


Holt Fleet, Holt Heath, WR6 6NN, Worcs, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

On the Holt Heath at the banks of the River Severn is where anglers will find the Wharf Fisheries. This little spot goes by a number of names these days, including the Wharf Fisheries, Holt Fleet Fisheries, and the Holt Health Fisheries.

Regardless of classification, these fisheries are day ticket waters with two small lakes and a stretch of the River Severn.

The Old Pool is two acres, with 40 pegs for quality fishing.

The New Pool is smaller and boasts 30 pegs.

Both pools feature access for disabled anglers and a good stock of carp, crucians, bream, roach, perch, and tench.

Along the river, anglers will find a dozen pegs mounted on platforms. The season for river fishing runs from June 16 until around the middle of November.

The River Severn holds a good quantity of barbel, chub, pike, roach, bream, and carp.

There is no night fishing at the Wharf Fisheries.

What size do the fish go to?

Carp up to 25 pounds have come out of the pools here.

What tactics work well?

A simple approach is best on the pools at Holt Fleet. A small feeder and maggot or worm could produce some good bream, while float-fishing with corn or pellet will provide a mix of possibilities.

Silver fish can be caught on maggot or caster.

What facilities are on site?

There are toilets and a shower on site for anglers.

There are also three camping fields surrounding the fishing lakes. Some of these spots have electric hookups and some do not.

Book ahead to make use of the caravan spot, as it does fill up – especially on weekends.

Group bookings are permitted but call ahead.

There are pubs and shops nearby, too.

Is parking available?

There is ample parking at Holt Fleet Fishery.

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