The River Nadder at Compton Chamberlayne is situated in the Wiltshire countryside and as such is not true chalk stream, however, the setting is delightfully rural and it is increasingly popular with the fishermen who have discovered its charms.
There are seven beats in total, each with a small hut and taking two fishermen. The beats are all relatively narrow so long casts are not necessary but the river meanders along its path creating interest and the perfect hiding place for Trout. This is a well managed estate with a good number of stocked Trout which usually seem to rise to the dry.
- Great fly-fishing for stocked Brown Trout, wild Trout, Grayling and occasional Chub
- A very natural fishing environment and a bucolic setting
- Perfect to fish with friends on adjoining beats
Howard’s House Hotel is a fabulous country hotel and restaurant with great accommodation and superb dining.
The Beckford Arms is a traditional yet stylish pub with fabulous bedrooms, great food and wonderful staff.
Both are around ten minutes from the beat.
Please contact us for more details.
The beat opens for fishing from 9:00am and you may stay until dusk.
Opens 1st May and closes 30th September.
There are stocked Brown Trout from one and a half pounds in weight upwards, wild Trout, Grayling and the occasional Chub taken on dry fly.
Dry fly upstream is only until 1st July. Wading is allowed.
As per all Fly Odyssey bookings, you will be provided with a comprehensive and detailed pre-trip fly-fishing guide.
- Mayfly: £250 per rod.
- Rest of season: £190 per rod.
Excludes: EA fishing licence.
Compton Chamberlayne is approximately a two-hour and fifteen minutes' drive from central London with easy access from the main motorways.
The rail service from London Waterloo to Salisbury is continuous throughout the day and takes about an hour and a half.
A taxi service from Salisbury to the beat takes about twenty minutes.
Guides can also collect you from Salisbury's train station.