Fishing syndicate


In the heart of Wiltshire, where the Pewsey Vale meets Salisbury Plain, the River Avon runs through the village of East Chisenbury. The Chisenbury Fishing Syndicate manages some 2 ½ miles of water in an informal and natural style to encourage a healthy stock of Brown Trout and Grayling. The wild fish are supplemented by a limited amount of stocking with Triploid Brown Trout. Healthy numbers of Grayling are found throughout the water and most seasons specimen fish over 2 pounds are caught.

With a richly varied range of fly life and good hatches, this relaxed and friendly syndicate enjoy Dry Fly and Nymph fishing for Brown Trout from April 15th to October 15th and Grayling from June 16th until December 31st.

Although the number of members is small, vacancies occasionally arise. For further information please contact: