Seven Meadows & Stannells


Mill Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6DE, Warks, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Controlled by the Stratford Angling Association, Seven Meadows & Stannells is a mile stretch of the river Avon at the downstream end of the Recreation Ground in Stratford town centre.

This stretch is home to stunning chub, roach, bream, barbel, pike and tench. Moderately deep, the water starts at Lucy’s Mill road bridge and runs downstream to the meadow below Stannells Bridge, which is a former railway bridge.

Day tickets are available for non-association members.

What size do the fish go to?

Barbel go to 9 lbs.

What tactics work well?

This water has 20 pegs that are easily float fished. Maggots is the best all round bait used in conjunction with light terminal tackle and small hooks. Hemp and tares are also effective during summer and autumn months. Barbel respond to various baits, but luncheon meat is their favourite. Please note that meat tins are not allowed on site.

What facilities are on site?

We couldn’t find any information about facilities available on site.

Is parking available?

We couldn’t find any information about parking available on site.

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