Alcester, B49 5LX United Kingdom
Wood Bevington Lake isn’t just a pretty face. This one-acre rectangular pool is nestled by large patches of reeds and water lily beds, an oasis in Worcestershire presented by the Astwood Bank Angling Club.
These waters feature 31 pegs and disabled access, making it a versatile location for anglers of all abilities.
Wood Bevington Lake features large shoals of roach, rudd, and tench. There are rarer sights, like bream, crucians, and common and mirror carp.
The jewels of Wood Bevington are found by checking out the many features and really sinking into the picturesque environment. There are some beauties in these waters, but the real goods on what’s inside this Club spot are on the mysterious side.
What tactics work well?
As with most Club waters, maggots, casters, carp pellets, bread, corn, lunch meat, paste, punch crumbs, groundbait, boilies, particle seed baits, and worms are permitted.
All other bait types are forbidden.
The track at Wood Bevington Lake must not be obscured at any time.
Barbless hooks only, to a maximum size of 12.
One rod only.
No fishing in the irrigation pool.
What facilities are on site?
Facilities are slender at Wood Bevington Lake. Toilets may or may not be on the land, so prepare appropriately.
Is parking available?
Parking is available at this spot. Disabled anglers can park alongside the pool close to their respective pegs.