Fishing news by Albrighton Anglers

We follow a set of rules when it comes to the conduct of the club members, the club contests, fishing licences and the number of rods allowed among other things. To learn more about our rules, simply give us a call.

Work party taking place at gunstone

ALL club waters are closed.

Able members to turn up @ 8,30 with power tools and hand tools ready to carry out work planned.

KHV Announcement

Please read club announcement in the news and members area.

Albrighton Anglers Club News 2023


2023 News Reel in the Members area

Water Announcements


** Gunstone Hall**

Gunstone Hall remains open to anglers but please clean all equipment and footwear after visiting the site.

**Barlows & Oak**

Please NOTE it is advised that all anglers use the top car park on site. With the ground currently being soft and very muddy driving down to the picnic area is just going to ruin the grass. It looks like members are having trouble getting out and making the situation worse.

Club News


KHV has been reported in the local area.

Due to the high risk of cross-contamination, a keepnet ban has been enforced until further notice.
Can ALL members ensure that landing nets, unhooking mats etc are completely dry before use.
Please report any fish fatalities to the club.
Thank you for your cooperation on this matter.
Steve Leek


2023 Match Sponsors 

Codsall Engraving, Mr A Smith, Mr R Perry, 
If you or a local business would like to sponsor one of our club matches then please contact us.

Pike Fishing Rule Change

Pike fishing is BANNED from 01/04/2023 until the 01/10/2023 and is allowed per usual from 1st Oct 2023 – 31st March 2024.
For further information please see handbook or alternatively
contact us

Annual River Severn Permits

From March 2019 Albrighton Anglers are releasing a limited number of annual permits for its two club owned sections of the River Severn, for an annual fee of £20.00 for the year. Both sections contain Barbel, Chub, Pike, Dace, Roach, Eels, Gudgeon, Perch, Minnow, Carp, Salmon and Trout.

Section one it situated at Eardington close to Bridgenorth, the section is 160 yards in length in a popular barbel area and contains good numbers of barbel well into double figures, in addition it contains all the other species listed above.Section two is situated at Shewsbury it is approximately 400 yards in length and contains all the listed species.

Night fishing is allowed on both sections, the normal environment agency coarse closed season applies from March 15th to June 15th inclusive. Fishing for eels, salmon and trout is allowed with certain restrictions, see local closed season bylaws.

Permit numbers are restricted for more information contact the club chairman, Mr Rick Perry (Mobile 07905 583947) or fill in the attached application form and post with the annual payment, to the club chairman.

River Severn Members Application:

Keep yourself up-to-date with our club rules and the latest news about fishing. To learn more, contact our team in Staffordshire.