This is chalk stream paradise. With a central fishing hut making it a great beat to fly fish with friends, the fishing hut is next to a pretty bridge pool with plenty of room to relax and enjoy lunch with a glass of wine.
The “Home Beat” makes up a mile of exciting and challenging fly fishing, we also have half a mile of carrier north of the main beat, slightly wilder fishing suitable for those who love to wade.
A great variation of fishing, classic chalk stream features including riffles, pools, plenty of glides and overhanging trees, great sight fishing in crystal clear water.
The fishing is for totally wild Brown Trout and huge Grayling, for which the Frome is famous.
We have had Grayling to well over FOUR pounds on this beat, and historically the main river beat has never been stocked.
I spent many happy hours Grayling fishing here as a child, and have looked after the fishing here for well over twenty years
Brown Trout fishing 1st April to 15th October
Grayling fishing 16th June to 14th March
Method of fly fishing
Upstream dry fly and nymph only. Please use barbless or de-barbed hooks at all times.
Size and catch limits
ALL FISH MUST BE RETURNED
The Dairy House Home beat is fishable from the mown path, we also allow wading on both the Home beat and the North stream carrier, please be careful as there are a few deeper holes.
A booked fishing day
Your fishing day can begin at dawn and cease an hour after sunset so you can enjoy the evening rise.
Please ensure that you have a valid Environment Agency rod licence, and that your landing net is knotless.
Parking and access
Parking for the Home beat and the North stream carrier is here at the “Dairy house”, please make sure there is room for passing agricultural vehicles, and please shut firmly any gates that you pass through.
Watch our introduction video to our Dairy House Fishery, which is part of the West Country Angling Passport