River Avon - Lacock Abbey Fields
Latitude: 51.41404 | Longitude: -2.11571
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0117 967 2977
This stretch has many weirs barbel, chub and roach predominate in the faster water with large bream shoals in the deeper runs. Individual records include a monster pike of over 33lb and the almost unbelievable tench of 12lb 7oz caught by Rick Seal from Cardiff in the river at Christian Malford in November 1998.
From the A350 Lacock by-pass between Chippenham and Melksham enter Lacock Village and follow the signs for the public car park at the rear of the Red Lion Public House in the high street. From this car park go right past the main entrance to Lacock Abbey and approximately 50m pass the entrance to the car park, there is a large wooden farm gate with a sign stating “No Entry to Lacock Abbey”. Pass through this gate and down to the waters.
Please note that the main tourist car park on the Bowden Hill Road is now locked at night and does not open until approximately 10.00am in the morning.
Fishing rights extend from Lacock Bridge up stream left hand bank for three fields.
PARKING IN THE PUBLIC CAR PARK ONLY.
Parking on the roadside verge either side of Lacock Bridge is expressly forbidden
BEWARE OF OVERHEAD ELECTRIC POWER CABLES
Night fishing by special permit only. Contact the secretary for details. Jeff Parker 0117 967 2977