Trimpley Anglers Association, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 1PJ



Trimpley reservoir is situated 2 miles north of Bewdley, in the heart of the Severn Valley, bordering on the side of the river Severn with the Severn Valley Railway along the opposite bank; all framed by a woodland backdrop.


The reservoir measures approximately 33 acres in size and can be fished almost the entire bank along its 1 mile perimeter.


Facilities

Facilities at Trimpley include convenient hard surface car parking close to water, with further parking space for disabled anglers close along the water's edge, and access to a wheelchair platform area.


A fishing lodge office is provided, along with male and female toilets on site.


Fly Fishing at Trimpley

The reservoir is stocked annually, beginning in February each year with additional 4 or 5 stockings, totalling in excess of 3,500 rainbow trout.


The average caught rainbow is around 1-3lbs, with additional larger specimens added.


Trimpley Angling Association has a catch and release policy subject to type of permit acquired. Details further below.


Coarse fishing at Trimpley

The reservoir is well-stocked with Bream, Perch, Roach, Chub, Barbel, etc. Coarse fishing commences in June when the reservoir becomes a mixed fishery, for game and coarse anglers.


The coarse angling section has a thriving match section who fish alternate Sundays, with match-winning weights sometimes in excess of 80-90lbs.



Subscriptions

Subscriptions for 2018 are as follows:

Trout angling

Class A permit: 5 day trout. Monday to Friday, 1st March to 30th September - 163
Including 8 trout per day catch and release. A maximum of 4 trout can be taken each day.


Class AB permit: 7 day trout. Monday to Sunday, 1st February to 30th September - 235
8 trout per day catch and release Mon-Fri, and 12 trout per day Sat & Sun.

*please note only 4 trout per weekday, or 6 at weekend can be taken each day*


Junior Permit: As class AB - 5


Class B permit: Sat & Sun, 12 trout per day, catch and release - 133

A maximum of 6 trout may be taken each day.


Class F permit: 7 day trout. Monday to Sunday, 1st February to 29th February - 41
Saturday and Sunday, 12 trout per day catch and release, with a maximum of 6 trout taken each day.
Monday to Friday, 8 trout per day catch and release, with a maximum of 4 trout taken each day.


Guest Permit: Full day: 20 or half-day: 10


Coarse fishing

Class C permit: Mixed trout & coarse Monday-Sunday, 16th June to 31st January. 55


Junior permit: Mixed trout & coarse Monday-Sunday, 16th June to 31st January. 5


Class D permit: Coarse fishing Monday-Sunday, 1st October to 31st January. 25


Guest permit: 5 (must be accompanied by a member)



Contact us / How to join

Apply in writing for application rules & regulations, membership subscriptions, etc.


Write to:

Carol Robins

16 Brackendale Way

Stourbridge

DY9 7HF