add or change detailsKennet and Avon Canal
Bath through to Avoncliffe Aqueduct, Avon


The canal has always been noted for it’s quality fish of many species as well as it’s large stocks which provide sport all year round.



Most common species are roach, bream, tench, perch and gudgeon; with roach to 2lbs, bream to 5lbs, tench to 3lbs and perch to 4lbs plus. There are also some very big chub in the Claverton area, and quality carp to 20lbs plus.



The carp are spread out and take some finding. Anglers locate them by throwing floaters – dog biscuits etc – into likely spots and wait for carp to show themselves. There’s also a good head of pike but they’re mainly on the small side.



For membership and prices go to Bathampton AA website



Bathampton Angling Association - Club Secretary: Dave Crookes. Telephone 01225 427164.



For rules go to Bathampton AA website



Available for this water



This water is open all year



Is possible on this water



This water is suitable for disabled anglers




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  A selection of tackle shops in this county  
     
 
Cadbury Angling
Smallway, Congresbury, Bristol, Avon BS49
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Reel Fun Fishing
Portishead Quays Marina, Newfoundland Way, Bristol BS20 7DF
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Scott Tackle
42 Soundwell Road, Bristol, Avon BS16 4QP
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Bristol Angling Centre
12-16 Doncaster Road, Bristol BS10 5PL
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Weston Angling Centre
25A Locking Road, Weston-super-Mare, Avon BS23 3BY
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