River Avon - Queenfield Farm, Lacock
Latitude: 51.39906 | Longitude: -2.123489
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Although fishing is difficult when the water is clear it has produced roach and perch of over 3lb and carp of 20lb plus in the past two seasons. Our water at Malmesbury is one of the few places where it is possible to catch that elusive 2lb plus roach from shoals of similar size fish.
From the A350 Lacock bypass, go through Lacock village, over Lacock road bridge towards Bowden Hill. Approximately one third of a mile over the bridge, the Bell Inn Public house will be seen on the right. Take the next turning right approximately 100m past the Pub signed posted “Melksham”. This is Forest Road. Follow this lane for approximately two and half miles around a series of bends until a long straight section of road is reached. Appproximately quarter of mile along this straight there is a track on the right marked by two dust bins with “ Fry & Bourne” written on them. Take this track approximately one mile across the fields to Queenfield Farm yard. Enter the yard and the car park will be seen on the left hand side (sign displayed). To access the waters walk through the two gates from the farm yard into the fields behind. The waters extend for three fields left and downstream of this point and two fields right & upstream to Mead Farm waters. (approximately two miles)
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