River Frome


Wool
The Fishing

ONLY available to DDAS members from the 1st NOVEMBER until the last day of February.

North bank only. (river flowing right to left).

Commencing one field upstream of Wool Manor. The field between the old and new road bridges and downstream of the new bridge to the fence line. Access to the upstream section is through the farmyard (around to the right of the locked gate) adjacent to the manor. Total length approx 1600 yards.

New video:  September 2015 at Wool

Click to see:  ''Aerial Video of the Frome @ Wool in Flood (Feb 2014)''

 

Species

Bream; Carp Common; Carp Mirror; Dace; Grayling; Gudgeon; Perch; Pike; Roach;
The Season

From the 1st November to the last day of February (Note that the first Sunday in November is normally always a Match fishing date).

Constraints

- No Keepnets (except in controlled matches)

- No camping

- Leave gates as found

- Avoid disturbing livestock

- Do not park in the Manor farmyard

- All game fish caught must be returned alive immediately (game fish are not to be fished for)

- NO spinning permitted

- NO gaffs to be carried to the water

- NO fly fishing

Directions and Location

From Wool village north over railway level crossing onto A352. Park next to the old bridge (2nd left after level crossing) or on grass verges by the main road bridge or in the Lay-by slightly beyond the main road bridge on the right.

 



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Worgret (Near Wareham)
The Fishing

ONLY available to DDAS members From 1st NOVEMBER to the last day of February.

North bank only (river flowing right to left)!

from where small drain enters the river down to the 'SCOTT ESTATE' (private fishing) sign (see dotted red line on map attached). Total length, approx 1000yds.

Species

Bream; Carp Common; Carp Mirror; Dace; Grayling; Pike; Roach;
The Season

From 1st November to the last day of February only

Constraints

- No Keepnets

- No camping

- Leave gates as found

- Avoid disturbing livestock

- All game fish caught must be returned alive immediately (game fish are not to be fished for)

- NO spinning permitted

- NO gaffs to be carried to the water

- NO Fly fishing
 

Directions and Location

Worgret Hill is on the A352 at about 1/2 a mile before Wareham and 4 miles after Wool. Access is straight off the A352 onto a narrow gravel track. After 400yds the track goes under the railway bridge and joins another track at right angles. Park on the left side of the track (please do not obstruct the track), there is room for 4 or 5 cars.

Note: Great care must be taken when returning onto the A352 because visibility is not good and the traffic is often going fast



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