COVID-19 UPDATE

These are the fisheries currently covered by the postponement/rollover policy that allows you to choose as follows:

come fishing from 1/May onwards on the original date if government policy allows it. The fishing huts will be out of bounds and observe all the usual social distancing rules.
OR
postpone until a date later in the season TBA. If the value of the new date is less than the original date a credit will rolled forward to be used later in 2020 or the 2021 season. Likewise if the new date is more expensive the difference will be paid.
OR
rollover the date to the 2021 season

Berkshire
Barton Court (Kennet), Craven Fishery (Kennet) and Donnington Grove (Lambourn)

Derbyshire
Andy Buckley (Middle Dove) and Cottons Fishing House (Dove)

Dorset
Deans Court (Allen), Holmewood (Frome), Ilsington (Frome), Wimborne St Giles (Allen) and Wrackleford (Frome)

Hampshire
Abbotts Worthy (Itchen), Avington (Itchen), Bullington Manor (Itchen), Dunbridge (Dun), Middleton Estate (Test), The Parsonage (Test), Timsbury (Test), Upper Clatford (Anton), Wherwell Priory (Test), Whitchurch Fulling Mill (Test), Kanara (Itchen), Qing Ya Xi (Itchen), Shawford Park (Itchen), Exton Manor Farm (Meon) and Nether Wallop Mill.

Wiltshire
Avon Springs (Avon), Coombe Mill (Avon), Compton Chamberlayne (Nadder), Fisherton de la Mere (Wylye), Steeple Langford (Wylye) and Upavon Farm (Avon)

If your fishing is not listed here please email me for the latest update.

Chalk stream Fishing

River Nadder

The Nadder is the most substantial of the Avon tributaries, rising at Donhead St Mary and flowing through some of the prettiest countryside in southern England as it makes its way through the peaceful Wiltshire sheep meadows.

During the course of its 22 miles the Nadder grows in size until it flows through the park of Wilton House where a fantastic Palladian Bridge straddles the river. Just below the park, the river joins the Wylye for the last couple of miles before the combined rivers join the Avon near to Salisbury Cathedral Close.

COMPTON CHAMBERLAYNE


 

Generally regarded as the finest stretch of the Nadder the Fishing Breaks beats here – seven in all – are part of the Compton Chamberlayne Estate, which winds through lovely, sheep-grazed water meadows.

Each beat is for one or two rods, and is well stocked with brown trout reared on the Estate and rotating daily to offer plenty of variety.


Difficulty Tranquilty Bank fishing Check
Map Video

No. RODS
1-6

 

COMPARE

dogs allowed?

Cabin rating
1 star

Rail Station7m

Acommodation 4m

Pub1m

“Beautiful surroundings.”   “This is still our favourite venue.”    “Plenty of rising fish. Tranquillity. ”

Aternatives to consider Ratings explained

April 18-May 14

£158 per Rod

May 15-June 15 (min 2 Rods)

£225 per Rod

June 16-October 10

£158 per Rod

For further details, please complete our enquiry form or e-mail info@fishingbreaks.co.uk

 



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