Wyche Anglers Nantwich Club waters


Plan of Wyche Angler's Whitwater complex - click to enlargeWhitwater, Whitchurch

Whitwater consists of three pools located on the outskirts of Whitchurch. All are well stocked with a mix of carp (up to double figures), crucian carp, roach, rudd, tench, perch and bream.

Many of the pegs have features that can be easily reached with a pole and all three waters are fairly shallow so a simple approach can score well.

A code to the locked gate is required and there is plenty of parking. A toilet is also provided.

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Plan of Wyche Angler's memorial pool at Dorrington - click to enlargeDorrington Pool, Woore

This pool is set in quiet surroundings away from roads. It is well stocked with roach, rudd, golden rudd, perch, tench, ide, crucian carp, carp and even big gudgeon!

There are 30 pegs of varying depths, up to over 8ft deep and two islands. Shallower pegs can be found around the large island where features can be easily reached with pole. Reed beds and lily pads are also a feature here and the margins can provide great sport.

A code to the gate is required and there is a small car park by the pool. A toilet is also provided.

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Shropshire Union Canal

A variety of pegs available, many with features on the far bank and perfect for pole fishing. There are the usual roach, bream, gudgeon, eels and perch, however there are also a few decent size chub and carp waiting on the far bank on the Soudley stretches.

A tri-party agreement has been reached between Wyche Anglers, Hodnet Anglers and Wem Anglers. This agreement allows members to fish, for pleasure, between bridge 48 through to bridge 58 until further notice.

Recently acquired, in conjunction with Crewe Amalgamated Anglers, a bi-party leasehold of sections of the Shropshire Union Canal as Follows:
• Bridge 88 (Baddington) to Bridge 95 (Henhull) inclusive
• Black Pipe (Henhull) to bridge 107 Beeston by arrangement with Abbey Taxis.

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Trent & Mersey Canal, Middlewhich Area

Wyche Anglers are now party to South Cheshire Anglers. Members are therefore able to fish from bridge 160 (Red shale car park) - bridge 167 (Kings Lock).


River Weaver, Nantwich

Austerson Old Hall - two meadows upstream from sign on stile

This is the stretch of water from from one meadow upstream of bridge on A530 south side of Nantwich, through the town to Beam Bridge, Barony Road A51. There's some great sport to be had on this river, with great bags of chub and dace to be had along with roach, bream, tench, rudd, perch, carp, gudgeon, eels and the odd trout.

There are plenty of pegs with overhanging willows and slower moving pegs that can be fished with a pole. There is also a weir with platforms and a mill right in the town.

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