Upstream Dry Fly

Dry Fly Fishing

Bossington Beats - River Test

We have the wonderful Bossington water of the river Test on our books. Very varied fishing offering double bank main river beats, the super little Wallop Brook and the Estate trout lake is stocked with hard fighting rainbows and Artic char! Part of British aviation history, Bossington is in ownership of the Fairey family, makers of the Fairey Swordfish aeroplane. This famous private estate fishing is immediately below the hallowed Houghton Club water and offers a super mix of main river Test and carriers. Excellent facilities and full time keepers. The House Beat has the beautiful back drop of the Manor House and lawns. Ask about our Corporate Fly Fishing Days Here.


Bossington - The Home Beat above the hatches. Early season rising fish.

The Victorian fishing hut of Bossington's Home Beat

The Hatch Pool at Bossington - the home of BIG trout!

Bossington House and lawns - the view from the House Beat fishing

Light refreshment!

The Bossington Water - River Test, Hampshire.

Casting at a rising trout on the Bossington 'Old Stews' beat

Far more interesting!

Paul Procter returns a Bossington trout

Lunch in the Victorian fishing hut, Home beat, Bossington Estate

The House Beat, Bossington - a beautiful river Test beat

The top water on the House beat, Bossington

Wading the Hatch Pool

Guiding by the Bailey Bridge - a nice holding pool

Ready for lunch in the Victorian fishing hut

Mr and Mrs Jamie MacLeod, Old Stews beat, Bossington

Mrs Wendy Schmidt, Bossington, Rusham's Beat

Preparing for a fishing lunch on the patio of Bossington Manor House

The Wright Stuff!...Mr and Mrs Matthew and Amelia Wright, Home beat, Bossington

Lunch for 25 in the gazebos on the river bank, Bossington Home beat, mayfly 2014

Wading to fish the hatch pool on the Home beat

Nice fish!

Mr David Profumo, Bossington. Counrty Life Article

Mr Rupert Uloth (editor) photographs for Country Life Magazine

Another nice Bossington brown trout. First fish ever on the Lexus day!

A rainy day in the woods at the top of Old Stews beat

Luncheon served the the Bossington Manor House