Countess Fishery.
Prime stretch of Upper Avon situated nine miles North of Salisbury. This fishery extends for approximately 1200 yds. and is on the opposite bank to the Ratfyn Fishery.
It is ideal for right-handed fishermen and the bottom of the beat is of open aspect with few obstructions.

The access point in Countess Road can be identified by looking for the overhead cables crossing the A345. The gate has a new combination lock and a new car park, exclusively for the use of SADAC members, has been established 170 yds. down the track.

The lower beat is deep and slow-flowing and, as you progress towards the top, the water becomes shallower and the flow is faster.

There is a good head of stocked , wild trout and grayling.

SADAC has recently negotiated an extended lease and we are already looking at projects to further improve this fishery.

This is a fishery which has no tally system and so allows the angler to wander at will.