To maintain an essentially wild fishery and to strive to continue providing a good quality of chalk stream fly fishing for its Members.
To preserve the true sporting traditions of upstream fishing with imitative dry fly and nymph patterns.
To control the impact of fishing pressure in four ways.
1) By limiting the number of members of the Club.
2) Practicing catch and release (which has remained at almost 100% for almost thirty years) combined with minimum unhooking and handlng techniques.
3) Maintaining the fishing exclusively for Members.
There are NO DAY TICKETS or any other form of 'arrangements' with any organisations.
4) To work in harmony and under the guidance, rules and regulation with all Agencies and advisory bodies in order to achieve these goals.
If you're a wild brown trout fisherman, interested in fishing the Wylye, and would like to know more about becoming a Member, please contact us using this contact form and someone will be in touch with you within 24 hours.