These popular Wylye beats are found 6 miles west of Salisbury on the A36. Members can park at The Pelican Inn and the Landlord welcomes their custom. A short walk down by the River Till brings you out in to the meadows. This is a very attractive and undisturbed site. Druids is the true right bank and extends up and down stream from an old hatch pool. The top end is lightly wooded and fast flowing water with some very good grayling. On the left bank the Stapleford beat includes a short length of the Till and runs downstream through the hatch pool and eventually opens out and flows on to a big pool on the corner. There is plenty of room for several rods who are free to share the whole water. Some good trout have been taken here and grayling are present throughout the length. No wading is allowed but anglers may step down the banks on to dry areas to ease the access. The water is usually very clear and concealment is important. This is a stocked fishery but the club aspires to join other clubs in eventually making the whole of the Wylye wild fish only. Upstream nymph and dry fly only to the dates published in the year book and grayling fishing extends in to the winter months.