Enjoy angling at well-stocked fishing venues 

Are you searching for an anglers' paradise? Albrighton Anglers is the place! The club currently has 11 waters across the West Midlands. The waters are stocked with a good number of Tench, Roach, Perch, Pike, Gudgeon and many more fishes all year round. To learn more, contact us.

Strict rules about the usage of our club waters

Albrighton Anglers follows a set of strict rules with regards to the use of padlocked gates. It is imperative that both of these gates are secured at all times. The fish species include: Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Hybrids, Crucian Carp, Perch, Barbel, Chub, Gudgeon to name a few. Parking is generally adjacent to the pegs on the near side of the pool.
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Springthorpe Pool

Springthorpe Pool is situated on the A51 Rugeley to Stone Road at Wolseley Bridge. For more information see the map, etc included with your member’s handbook.

The pool is approximately one acre in size and its actual stocks are relatively unknown to date as we have only had the pool for a few months but roach, perch, bream and carp are known to exist in there – and possibly tench and other species too. The pool will not be accessible at times as shooting parties may be operating in the immediate area.

Estate gamekeepers regularly patrol.


Barlow’s and Oak pools

Named after Sid Barlow (one of our founders), the Barlow’s Pool is a 4 acre tranquil site purchased in 2007. It is approximately 1.5 acres and is a non-Carp water pool. Barlow’s Pool is the only still water pool at which we allow the use of keepnets. We ask all members to let common sense prevail and not hold fish in nets for long periods. Please do not drive around the far side as the ground can be very boggy. Oak Pool is a carp pool.

The site is approached by two gates the first of which is padlocked and the second is not. Read the comprehensive set of club rules to be followed by all members.
oak pool
If you want an undisturbed and peaceful fishing experience, call Albrighton Anglers on
01785 823 775
Gunstone hall pool

Gunstone Hall pool

Gunstone Hall Pool, is by far the most popular of all of the club’s waters. It is located close to Codsall and allows members to enjoy fantastic matches all year round. Access the site via the stable yard.

Fishing is from 6am to dusk. First in opens gate - last one out locks up.
Please park tidily, and if asked to move, please do immediately


Please note: Fishing is all around the pool apart from the peg in front of the farmhouse.

Kingswood pool

Kingswood Pool is situated at Kingswood, off the Wolverhampton to Shifnal Road. The pool is approximately one and a half acres in size and is stocked with Carp, Roach, Rudd, Tench, Bream, Chub and Pike.
Access to the pool is from the gate on the main road. Please ensure that the gate remains locked at all times
Kingswood pool
Lilleshall pool

Lilleshall pools

The club took over the lease on two new pools at Lilleshall in 2008. The larger of the two pools is two acres and the smaller: one acre. The club decided to turn the larger of the two pools into a Carp Fishery. In 2008 the pool was stocked with over 200 3lbs plus Carp. The fish are growing on well and are now being caught at the 16 to 24lbs mark. In the longer term this pool will become a first class Carp fishery. The smaller pool contains Pike, Roach, Rudd, Bream and Tench. Members are asked to report any significant catches.

Wheaton Aston, Shropshire Union Canal

Albrighton Anglers have the use of a 1.2 mile stretch of the Shropshire Union Canal at Wheaton Aston. The stretch of water extends from bridge 20 to bridge 21.
Night fishing is permitted
Union canal
River Severn

River Severn stretches

River Severn at Eardington
This is a single bank fishing stretch of about 160 yards. All the usual river species are present.

River Severn at Shrewsbury This again is a single bank fishing stretch of about 400 yards close to the Shrewsbury town centre. All the usual river species are present. Great care needs to be taken by anglers at this venue as considerable erosion of the bank has occurred.
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