The HAVEN Fishery comprises of nearly a mile of the northern bank of the beautiful River Teme. Set amidst the picturesque Worcestershire countryside and within view of the Malvern Hills.

137The river is bordered by mature alders and willows and boasts prolific and varied wildlife. The Haven fishery is prepared by Richard Godsall who ensures that the perfect habitat for large wild fish is developed, maintained and protected.

A fascinating variety of swims exist which include fast shallows, deep pools, long gravel bottom glides and mysterious eddies bordered by undercut banks and overhanging willows.

Barbel are both prolific and very large in the Haven stretch of the Teme. Many “doubles” have been landed, including fish well above 12lbs. Anyone fishing the stretch can expect either quantity or quality and sometimes both.

Chub are also abundant plus fine pike, roach and dace.

A session at the Haven offers excellent variety and a genuine chance of  personal bests and “red letter days”.

Click here for a full sized map of the fishery

Click here for a full sized map of the fishery

Whether you favour ledgering meat, feeder fishing, long trotting or roving you will find a perfect swim to suit your needs.

Most importantly a maximum of one to four anglers are permitted on the water, guaranteeing peace, seclusion and a good choice of swims for all the Haven anglers.

A designated parking area is provided by the river with an option for people to camp (by prior appointment only).
The riverbank has a mown footpath which leads off into various swims that are already cut out, steeper swims have ropes to assist in wet conditions.
We generally prefer anglers to use barbless hooks and insist on absolutely no keep nets.