valley upstream of Tenbury Wells has good Trout and Grayling fishing.
Tenbury Fishing Association (Est 1834 ) owns and controls approximately
four and three quarters of a mile. Fly only. Day tickets are available
In this picture we see a new stock of trout been aded to the river by
members of the Tenbury Fishing association.
Bank Clearance by members. This is an annual event usually carried out
in the winter months.
A member with a 14lb Salmon caught in the 2001 season
Here Trout being made ready for adding to river
The river Teme is the second largest tributary of the River
It rises in the Kerry hills in Mid Wales from a small spring in
Bryn Coch quarry on Cilfaesty Hills at 460 meter above sea level.
The Teme is a rural river flowing through unspoilt countryside and
is regarded some of the most attractive in Britain.
The landscape characterised by rolling hills and attractive valleys.
The rural nature of the area is reflected by high quality rivers
with excellent brown trout and grayling fishing, with a challenge
for the purist angler willing to accept the rugged conditions.
For further information on Teme Valley fishing go to the contact