I have been fishing matches here for the past seven years and one of the reasons I keep coming back is the variety that the stretch offers, not just in terms of species, but the nature of the pegs encountered.The pegs used in the competitions vary in depth from as little as three feet to 20 feet deep, with the average depths of around 11 feet.This means that a variety of methods have to be used in order to consistently catch the resident roach, dace and chub that make up the majority of match weights.
I love the Shrewsbury section of the Severn, partly because it has been so kind to me over the years.
In fact, having gone back through my match-result diaries since I started coming here, I have actually framed in 33 matches, predominantly with weights of roach and dace.
However, I have also won matches with weights of barbel, bleak and perch.
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It looks professional and is so appealingly presented. Even the interviewers told me that they were impressed with my resume.THE River Seven at Shrewsbury is, quite simply, a magnificent place.The venue has been attracting match and pleasure anglers alike from all over the country for many years.Each season, between October and March, there are open matches organised every Saturday, which regularly attract from 50 to 70 anglers.The stretch that is used in the matches runs through the picturesque town of Shrewsbury, offering the angler good access to more than 100 pegs.