Visit the stunning River Test: a world-renowned trout-fishing spot kept pure by its chalk stream.
Or, spend the day at Testside and Longstock Park Lakes, the premier stillwater trout fisheries stocked with estate-reared rainbow and brown trout that’s open year-round for fly-fishing.
You can book and pay for your day rod fishing with us right here.
Whichever of our sixteen river beats and two lakes you choose to fish from, rest assured your day will be truly special. Think unspoilt Hampshire countryside, gin-clear waters, and an incredible variety of flora and fauna.
Whether you want to fish or just celebrate with family and friends. Hire the fishing lodge and outside space at Longstock Park Lake.
Our fishery rules exist to safeguard our fish stocks and ensure that you have a pleasurable visit to our Lakes and Beats.
If you or your family would like to improve your fishing skills, we offer school holiday tuition and beginners’ courses on our lakes.
Steeped in history, discover how our beautiful Beats and Lakes have been enjoyed for over two centuries.
Leckford provides the perfect place to indulge in the quiet sanctity of the beautiful Hampshire countryside, as kingfishers, water voles, and hobbies come out to play before your eyes.
Before you book, take a look at our beats and lakes to find the perfect fishing spot.
Leckford Estate Fishing offers visitors, and Partners the chance to fish on any of the available sixteen beats for Brown and Rainbow Trout.
Learning to fly fish can seem daunting as there's lots of terminology and equipment to think about, but read our basics guide to get you going.
Understanding what you need to start fishing can be daunting. Let us take you through some basics to get you started.
Working in harmony with our surroundings means we sustainably manage both the riverbanks and the river, creating a truly wonderful fly fishing experience.
We’re committed to responsible fishing that supports our local environment. We continually improve the water quality, which is already fantastic thanks to the river’s chalk stream.