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Wrackleford Estate

Wrackleford Estate
Five fly only beats on the Frome, with the sixth on a carrier, and the seventh on the Sydling Brook tributory. 5 miles plus of superb classic fly fishing on a challenging, very well presented small river.

Dorset
Dorchester
River Frome

Lancashire Fly Fishing Association

Lancashire Fly Fishing Association
The LFFA was established in 1947. The aims of the club are to promote fly fishing for game fish and to conserve and protect the species and their habitat. The current waters include the River Ribble, Hodder, Lune and also include the River Irt in Cumbria – all of these are situated in some of the countries areas of most outstanding natural beauty. All of these waters are fly fishing only. However, spinning is allowed at certain water heights. The use of shrimp and prawn is expressly forbidden on all waters apart from the River Irt.

Rivers Ribble, Hodder, Lune & Irt
Lancashire

Lower Itchen Fishery

Lower Itchen Fishery
Consists of c. 3½ miles of double bank fishing making it the longest continuous stretch of the River in private ownership. The stretch is set amidst picturesque water meadows with an abundance of animal, bird and insect life which creates an atmosphere in which to unwind from the stresses of life. The fishery primarily offers salmon and brown trout fishing. The salmon fishing has an impressive track record. In the 2000 season the salmon catch was 131 fish, all of which were successfully returned to the river or donated to the broodstock programme. This catch total surpassed other fisheries in the area as in 1993 (151 fish); 1995 (138 fish); and 1996 (158 fish). Regular stocking is carried out on the trout water, using only the highest quality brown trout, ranging up to 5lbs. These compliment the wild stock indigenous to the river.

Hampshire
River Itchen

Mere Beck Fly Fishery

Mere Beck Fly Fishery
An interesting 8-acre Fly Fishing Water, set in 14 acres.We undertook a unique land diversification project by moving hundreds of thousands of tons of sand. The landscape has bee transformed our into a large meandering re-circulating river system dedicated to fly fishing. As the system has been purpose built, the best features for fly fishing found in natural rivers have been included. There are deep pools, shallower back water, faster moving water, even a section of surface walkway which allows you to fish free of bank side obstructions. Many aspects of fly fishing have been created, from small stream fly fishing to larger casting pools.

Mere Lane
Mere Brow
Tarleton
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Mitre Angling Club

Mitre Angling Club
Provides outstanding quality fishing on fifteen miles of rivers, including stretches of the Calder, Ribble, Wharfe and Doe and on two reservoirs, all in beautiful surroundings in the Lancashire and Yorkshire countryside. Mitre club members are predominantly fly fishermen, although opportunities exist for spinning and bait fishing on selected waters. Fishing is for brown and rainbow trout, grayling, coarse fish, and some salmon and sea trout. The club is relatively small, with an establishment of 90 members, so there is never a problem of overcrowding. No matter whether you prefer the challenge of small streams, the comfort of larger rivers or still waters, there is something for you.


Lancashire
Yorkshire
Rivers Calder, Ribble, Wharfe and Doe

Mulberry-Whin

Mulberry-Whin
Flowing through S.S.S.I grassland at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds, Mulberry-Whin is over 1 mile of Double Bank Chalkstream fishing offering a maximum of four rods per day on the exclusive crystal clear waters of Driffield West Beck, fishing for Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Grayling.

Yorkshire
Driffield West Beck
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Wye and Usk Foundation

Wye and Usk Foundation
The Foundation promotes game and coarse fishing in mid Wales, Monmouthshire and Herefordshire on the rivers Wye, Usk, their tributaries and some of the area’s best still waters. Fishermen can now access over 100 fisheries, many of which were previously unavailable, using the"Wye & Usk Passport". The Fishing section will provide you with all the information you need and is where you can order a Passport booklet. Find out more about the "Roving Voucher" scheme, which has opened up miles of unspoilt, upland trout and grayling fishing. In addition, our "Booking Office" allows advance booking of day, week and season fishing for salmon, trout, grayling & coarse fish on the more established fisheries. Bookings can be made online or by phone.

 
Mid Wales, Monmouthshire and Herefordshire

   
 
 
 

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