River Creedy - Cowley Bridge
Latitude: 50.74807 | Longitude: -3.551213
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Offers all species of fish with carp, chub, dace and roach, the latter being the most prominent, there has have been reports of the occasional large carp being caught from the deeper water. The favoured tactic for the silver fish during the summer months is trotting with a waggler or stick float using maggot or caster.
Whilst not known for its pike; there have been reports of big pike taking lure and dead bait; for the adventurous angler the Creedy can throw up a surprise.
From the city centre take the Tiverton/Crediton Road (A377), approximately 2 miles out of Exeter you will come to a mini roundabout where you can go left on the A377 for Crediton and straight on the A396 for Tiverton, do not go on either of these roads, instead you will need to park in this area. Once parked, walk over the first railway/river bridges on to the Crediton road and after approximately 30 yards there will be a gateway on your left, go into the field and go left for the River Exe and right for the River Creedy with our boundaries as given below.