Blithfield Reservoir

Blithfield Reservoir is a large raw water reservoir in South Staffordshire, England, owned by South Staffordshire Water. Some 800 acres of reservoir was formed on land sold by Baron Bagot to the South Staffordshire Water Works in the 1940s.

General Information

Members are allowed to fish Blithfield Reservoir on the FLY ONLY from the 18th March to the 12th November on a rotational basis, provided they book in advance.

Four Members are allowed to fish on any one day. There is a two fish limit but you may continue fishing on a catch and release basis.

A maximum of 8 visits allowed for any angler (irrespective of how many different clubs they are a member of).

Members must book in advance with Blithfield Office, by phone, 01283 840284. This can be up to one week in advance. Members will then be issued with a Permit from the office at Blithfield Reservoir on arrival.

Office open 8am to 12pm weekdays only for bookings.

No member is to start fishing without first obtaining a Permit from the office.

Bank fishing only. If a member wishes to hire a boat this is to be paid for on the day.

Life jackets MUST be worn

These rules are subject to change.


For more information visit Blithfield Anglers website



Located off the B5014, near the village of Abbotts Bromley.


Postcode WS15 3DU

Grid Reference SK075233

Sat Nav 52.807532,-1.889782

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