Upstream Dry Fly

Dry Fly Fishing

Wilsford Estate, upper river Avon EXCLUSIVE TO UPSTREAMDRYFLY

Wilsford Manor Estate (upper Wiltshire Avon). This fishery comprises of approximately 1 mile of double bank fishing on the upper River Avon. Very light fishing pressure and Upstreamdryfly are delighted to now have the letting here. Mayfly here from mid May lasting often well into July! The river is wide for this part of the upper Avon and is wonderfully kept, with a lots of brown trout, from small wild fish to monsters in double figures. An exceptionally well equipped fishing lodge with satellite TV, a fully stocked refrigerator, tea and coffee and all mod cons. Exclusive use from 2 to 4 rods.

Wiltshire Avon at Wilsford. Mayfly action from late may to the end of July here!!

The Wilshire Avon

Wilsford Estate water fishing lodge. The best equipped lodge I have ever seen!

Cracking fishing lodge with sat TV and fully loaded fridge and cocktail cabinette

Free rising fish all along the beat

Wilsford's boardwalks to access river's edge

Upstream on the Avon

Nice riffling water

A black swan of the fast water at Wilsford. Good hatch too.

Humpback bridge, Avon at Wilsford. Over 1 mile of double bank fishing.

Nice water

The swing bridge at Wilsford. Big fish in the pool below.

The lawns of a beautiful house roll down to the river

Nice Wilsford brownie

Another Wilsford fish taken on dry fly

Super riverside catering can be arranged from the kitchen of the Manor House

Tranquility itself

Riverside luncheon at Wilsford

The Bridge

Another beautiful Wilsford scene

Map of Wilsford fishing beat

View of the Manor House from the river bank

Wilsford brown trout are large and fight hard

Another cracker to the net

Mr Mark Comora from the USA with a nice Wilsford brownie

Recharging on Wilsford trout for lunch

Editor Hedges casts through his signature haze of Partagas smoke

A cracking Wilsford trout

David Profumo battles with a Wilsford brownie

Editor Hedges and Mr Profumo with a double hook up at Wilsford

Mr P with another Wilsford fish