A lovely quiet and un-spoilt stretch of the upper Hamble which offers both fly and coarse fishing for those anglers who enjoy travelling light. It contains a good head of Wild Trout, Grayling, Chub, Roach and Dace and also enjoys an annual run of Sea Trout. The river runs through a mixture of farmland, water meadows and woodland where fish can be found both in the shallow glides and deep pools. Mist years see a substantial mayfly hatch in late spring.
All general water rules apply plus the following:
1. Fishing on the east bank only from A to B (no fishing past the railway bridge)
2. Access is only via the pedestrian gate in Wangfield Lane, which is secured with the club lock. All gates must be kept shut and access kept clear at all times.
3. Fishing 1 hour before sunrise to 1 hour after sunset only.
Pond Warden: Mr Andy Murphy Telephone: 07505 356412