Trout

Wherwell Estate, Chalkstream Fly Fishing. River Test, Hampshire

Nestled in the heart of the Test Valley in Hampshire Wherwell Estate offers some of the finest chalkstream fishing in the world, with seven beats meandering through tranquil water meadows into a picturesque village. Our fishing lake is also available for booking, perfect for the fishing party looking for variety in a secluded private setting. Lake Trout Fly Fishing Grayling Fishing River Test Trout fishing now closed for 2023

Wherwell Estate, Chalkstream Fly Fishing. River Test, Hampshire2023-10-14T10:04:14+00:00

Chigborough Farm & Fisheries, Essex. Trout Fly Fishing.

Chigboro's beautiful mature trout lakes were established in 1981. They are surrounded by parkland, woodland and mown banks providing not only stunning scenery, but also an abundance of natural fly life. There are wooden jetties in strategic locations around Home Water and Rook Hall and boat fishing can be also be arranged . Stocked monthly with fully finned, hard fighting Rainbow Trout averaging 2.25lb. We also stock a number of larger specimen fish and Brown Trout. From avid anglers to beginners, everyone is welcome. Fly fishing only Home Water (16 acres, max depth 10’) Rook Hall (7 acres, max depth 16’) Priory Pool Water (1 acre, max depth 9’) The fly fishing lakes are open all year round from 8 am until dark.  

Chigborough Farm & Fisheries, Essex. Trout Fly Fishing.2023-10-14T09:53:50+00:00

Lambley Farm Salmon Fishing, South Tyne

The South Tyne runs through the beautiful land of Lambley Farm which has its own private salmon, sea trout and trout fishing beat. The fishing is double bank and about one and half miles long stretching from Lambley Viaduct to a couple of hundred yards below the road bridge. The South Tyne here at around 500ft is perhaps the last of the “lowland” beats as upstream the river climbs steeply over 1,300ft in just 20 miles to its source at Tynehead. Perhaps this is why the Lambley pools become well stocked with running salmon and sea trout which often rest in the big pools ready for the last dash up the ever steepening and shrinking river. The South Tyne is a “spate river” which means it rises and falls quickly depending on the rainfall on the high [...]

Lambley Farm Salmon Fishing, South Tyne2023-10-25T16:33:57+00:00

Enjoy Trout Fishing at South Elmham Lakes, Norfolk

South Elmham Lakes offer peacefully quiet fly fishing for quality Rainbow and Brown trout. Set in wildflower meadow with mature oak trees and views over open farmland, our lakes are home to abundant wildlife, and teem with aquatic life. Trout can often be seen rising throughout the day. Evenings can be a sight to behold with fish patroling margins along the large beds of water iris and sedges that surround the lakes. The largest Rainbow caught so far is 12lbs 10oz. Brownies of 4lb to 8lb are regularly caught and released. Their fish are known for their distinctive colours and great fighting stamina. Buy Fishing Permit

Enjoy Trout Fishing at South Elmham Lakes, Norfolk2023-07-27T09:24:09+00:00

Glenbeg Fishings – 13 lovely wild trout lochs in the Scottish glens

Glenbeg fishing, near Oban, encompasses over 2,000 acres of beautiful Scottish hill and moor with 13 jewel-like lochs studded within. These pristine waters offer wild brown trout fly fishing of fine unspoilt quality. The brown trout are stunning, and many will never have seen an artificial fly in their life. They commonly range from a quarter pound to beauties over 3lb. Some of the lochs are easily accessible by car but others can only be explored by the adventurous, with isolated, undisturbed fishing often the reward for an hour walk or more. These are fly fishing lochs only, and when fished with tiny dry-flies or a team of traditional wets, roaming from one loch to another, the estate is a genuine joy to fish. All thirteen lochs are covered by the Glenbeg fishing permit sold here. [...]

Glenbeg Fishings – 13 lovely wild trout lochs in the Scottish glens2023-07-27T09:14:47+00:00

Frensham Trout Fishery

A stunning day-ticket fly fishery set in the secluded Surrey Hills, featuring 6 lakes of varying depth and size. Surrounded by ancient woodland, over a million gallons of water move through Robsinswood each day. The result is fantastic natural fly life, and hard fighting fish all year around. They stock a range of Rainbows, Tigers, Blues and Browns, with the occasional local wild fish making an appearance. Suited to the experienced angler and new fly-fisherman alike, they can organise guided tuition to suit your needs. Group enquiries are welcome. https://www.fishcountryleisure.com/

Frensham Trout Fishery2022-05-26T17:11:19+00:00

Fishing the Deveron

The Deveron is a hidden gem of a river flowing north east off the Grampian Mountains into the sea at Banff. It's medium size makes it easily covered and perfect for beginners and improvers yet varied and challenging for the experts too. Even though the Deveron can be prolific in its own right, it is over shadowed by its famous neighbouring rivers Spey and Dee which of course means, being less well known, it is very good value! The Deveron's salmon season is Feb 11th to October 31st with no Sunday fishing. (trout fishing is allowed on Sundays). Sea Trout fishing can be very good too. Henderson's Country Sports is the local centre for fishing supplies and river knowledge and manages the day permit sales. These can be purchased here or from their website Fishing the Deveron.   [...]

Fishing the Deveron2021-11-10T21:44:41+00:00

Loch Awe opens for fishing with online bookings

Thanks to the Loch Awe Improvement Association you can now buy fishing permits online to fish Loch Awe in Argyll & Bute, Scotland for its justly famous ferox trout, abundant pike and quality brownies. There are many roach to catch too if the pike or resident ospreys don't catch them first. Check out the Fish&Fly article The Beauty and the Beasts of Loch Awe. Buy a permit here: Visit Loch Awe Improvement Association web site

Loch Awe opens for fishing with online bookings2020-07-20T07:54:14+00:00

Lune Rivers Trust Fishing

The Lune Rivers Trust is a charity dedicated to the conservation, protection, rehabilitation and improvement of the River Lune throughout its whole length and its associated tributaries in Cumbria, Yorkshire and North Lancashire. Our aim is to protect and improve the riverine habitat to encourage the biodiversity of the River Lune and its tributaries. They manage three fishing beats on the lower River Lune near Lancaster which offer excellent value salmon, sea trout, brown trout and coarse fishing. Halton Lower Beat Fishing Permit Halton Lower beat has three main holding pools which all fish the fly well. There are eight rods available daily. Left bank – from Denny Beck upstream to a point 50yds below forge weir. Fly only, except when the water level is over 15 inches on the gauge at Halton Toll Bridge, and then [...]

Lune Rivers Trust Fishing2020-06-12T15:24:57+00:00

Ledmore Estate. Loch fishing for Brown Trout & Ferox, Scotland.

Ledmore and Keanchulish is a family owned estate set amongst the dramatic scenery of the North West Highlands of Scotland. Bank and boat fishing is available on the beautiful Lochs of Loch Cam, Loch Uragil and Loch Veyatie. Book your permit here (prices start from only £7.88!): Find out more: https://www.ledmoreestate.com

Ledmore Estate. Loch fishing for Brown Trout & Ferox, Scotland.2020-05-12T14:26:25+00:00
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