Uckinghall Pool


Ferry Lane, Uckinghall, GL20 6, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Presented by the Birmingham Anglers Association Limited, the Uckinghall Pools are a well-established spot. This can be found travelling south from Worcester on the A38 and taking a right at the Uckinghall sign.

The pools hold 55 pegs. Depths range from four to eight feet.

Stock at Uckinghall include carp, roach, bream, tench, eels, perch, pike, zander, and rudd.

Night fishing is by permit only.

Work was done to take care of the south bank, with stone implemented to reinstate the surface and prevent erosion.

What size do the fish go to?

There is word of specimen carp at Uckinghall Pools, but more tangible information on fish stock sizes is a little hard to come by.

What tactics work well?

Float and pole fishing is popular in match play situations, with bread, corn, and maggots among the most popular baits.

Ledgering turns up big specimens at Uckinghall. Boilies and pellets are the preferred baits for big game fishing.

Bream appear to be very prolific here, which means an approach balanced by pellet, boilies, bread, corn, and lunch will lock in the pounds.

Fishing the margins is advisable, especially when kept tight to the far end of the pool.

What facilities are on site?

There aren’t many facilities at Uckinghall Pool. Conditions of this spot may vary, according to angler reports, so keep tabs on how this pool is doing and check the levels before departing.

Is parking available?

There is a car park. Anglers must not block the track, as this is an access point for a nearby house.

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