CREEDY

This river rises above Crediton and follows the A377 road to its junction with the Exe above Exeter. In addition to trout, it also offers some coarse fishing.

Cowley Bridge, DevonC 150yards from Cowley BridgeRB WT: ATS (Exeter) CULM

The longest of the Exe tributaries, the Culm rises on the eastern side of Devon near Otterhead and flows cross country through Culmstock and Cullompton to join the Exe a short distance above the junction with the Creedy. It offers trout fishing, especially in the upper reaches, and lower down, coarse fish.

Cullompton, DevonC] mile from Sewage Works to Road BridgeBB WT:ATS (Exeter) Hemyock, DevonT —13 miles from

HemyockStationto Hidon Mill (including part of Madford

Stream)BB

DT: APO (Hemyock Cull) or A AA (Upper Culm FA)Apr 1-Sept

Stoke Canon, DevonCi mile above and below A396 road bridge (LB) and ] mile above same bridge (RB)

WT:ATS (Exeter)

Uffculme, DevonlTllli miles from Uffculme to FivefordsAB DT:(L10)AF (Parsonage Farmhouse, Uffculme)-Apr15-Sept

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