The Jubilee Fishery
Evesham Jubilee Angling Society's private club water, 3 well stocked pools available to members to pleasure fish for less than a fiver a month!

Overall Jubilee fishery match record - Phil Seedhouse Withies pool 163lb 1oz - 1st October 2016 

Day tickets are not available and at the request of the fishery owner Keep nets are NOT to be used in pleasure sessions  

Jubilee pool 

This pool has 27 well placed out pegs, giving the match angler plently of room on this 3 acre pool match pool which is the first pool you arrive on when visiting the complex, stocked with Carp, Skimmers, Roach, Chub and Perch. The Carp average 3-4lb in weight but there are plenty of low doubles also to be caught. Average depths are 3 foot and the pool has three islands and some lilly pads to fish too. In fact no two pegs are the same and it has lots of features to fish to.

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The Withies pool 

This is pool also has 27 well spaced out pegs. This snake pool is designed for the pole angler. Stocked with Carp, Bream, Chub, Tench, Roach and Perch. The Carp average 2-3lb but they also to run to around 10lb in weight. Average depths are 3-5 foot depending on which area of the pool you are fishing and again most pegs are different with many having liiy pads and features to fish to.

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Phil's pool 

The 20 pegs on Phil's pool are normally left to pleasure anglers looking to catch a good mixed bag of Silvers, with plenty of Roach, Skimmers, Chub, Tench and Perch to be caught. In fact the Perch can run to around 3lb and there also the odd Carp to be caught. The pool is generally left to nature and can be a little over-grown on some pegs. Average depths can be a little shallow.

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Open matches

Members will know how good the fishing is at the Jubilee Fishery. If you are looking at joining the club you can always 'test the water' and fish a open match on a Saturday or Wednesday.  

Directions to the fishery 

The Jubilee Fishery is just 10 minutes from junction 6 off the M5, Leave the motorway and head for Stratford on Avon (A422) drive through Upton Sodsbury towards Inkberrow from Upton Sodsbury take a right turn after 2 miles towards Flyford Favell, drive through the village and take a right turn by The Boot Inn heading to Bishampton. continue on this road for a mile and then take a right turn for Naunton Beauchamp. The fishery is along this road on the righthand side after 300 metres.

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