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Witherington Farm Fishery

Four well-stocked fishing lakes in Wiltshire run by the Eastleigh and District AC, with carp to the mid-20lbs and good silver fish

Key facts about Witherington Farm Fishery

Managed by the Eastleigh and District Angling Club
Top Moor, known as the Snake Lake covers four acres
Barn Moor is 1.5 acres
Selwood and Cottage lakes are one acre each
In total there are 145 pegs
Suitable for disabled anglers
Tackle shop, toilets and café on site
The lakes are well stocked
Carp to mid-20lbs
Good sized tench, bream, perch and roach

Witherington Farm Fishery offers a real mix of canalised commercial and more traditional lakes. Fish the pole with corn or maggots in the margins for nets of carp or try paste for bigger carp. Loose feed casters and fish up in the water for silvers followed by carp. SatNav users should enter the Postcode: SP5 3QT.

How to get there

Take the A36 to Salisbury and turn off at the bottom of Pepper Box Hill. taking the left hand fork through Whaddon make a left turn into Lights Lane
Take the left hand fork through Whaddon and make a left turn into Lights Lane
Follow this until you meet Witherington Lane, turn left, Witherington Farm is approximately two miles on your right hand side.
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