The Cob House fishery based in Wichenford on the Worcester Road, just 8 miles from Worcester City and the Malvern Hills, there is plenty to venture out to see and do. The Cob House Countryside Park is surrounded by great walking routes. They have 21 Touring pitches suitable for caravans and motorhomes with electric hook as well as toilet and shower facilities with washing up facilities and 30 tent pitches overlooking the fishing pools.
The Mayfly café is open 7 days a week serving great food, the breakfast is pretty popular and they also have a licensed bar, plenty of outside benches, a play area and some resident animals. The Cob House has it all for the modern match/pleasure angler wanting a great days fishing or an extended stay.
The match weights are exceptional from it’s 4 main match pools; Wyatts with 30 pegs, Chestnut with 28 pegs, Laurel with 22 pegs and Oak with 18 pegs each. In addition to the match pools they also have a stretch of Victorian pools, popular for pleasure fishing 7 days a week. All the pools are well stocked with carp, bream, tench and other silvers. They also hold weekly opens, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Please call the office if you would like to book on 01886 888517.
To date I’ve not fished an individual match there yet, having only fished it two or three times from one of our Jubilee Nomad 3 day festivals (below) but I do aim to fish there more in the future.
Rob Butcher wins the 2022 Jubilee Nomad 3 day Spring festival
This years Spring festival saw the Jubilee Nomads and invited guests enjoy another fabulous 3 days fishing on 3 different venues, where as always the banter flowed through out the duration of the of the festival. This year we fished at the Jam Factory on Ash, Cob house on the Laurel pool and then a… Continue reading Rob Butcher wins the 2022 Jubilee Nomad 3 day Spring festival
Doug Smith wins the 2021 ‘Worcesterset’ Leveller 3 day festival
This years Somerset Leveller 3 day festival became ‘Worcesterset’ again this year. As it did last year due to Covid. We were unable to travel down to Somerset because the digs where we normally stay are now closed. So three local venues were booked for this years festival as we did last year. We were… Continue reading Doug Smith wins the 2021 ‘Worcesterset’ Leveller 3 day festival
Robin Ballard crowned 2020 Somerset Leveller Champion
This years 3 day Somerset Leveller festival was a little different this year. Due to Coronavirus it became a local 3 day festival aptly called Worcesterset. A big part of previous Somerset festivals is the banter at the digs in the evenings over a few pints discussing the days fishing and taking the mickey out… Continue reading Robin Ballard crowned 2020 Somerset Leveller Champion