The River Frome is the most western of the famous English chalkstreams, with the Estate waters sitting on the finest stretches of the river just north of Dorchester in the historic county of Dorset. The Frome rises in the chalk downs of west Dorset, maturing into a fine trout river by the time it reaches Wrackleford. It is fed by a number of gin clear tributaries along its course, before flowing into Poole harbour.
At Wrackleford we offer eight fishing beats suitable for one or two rods on the river, and a stillwater lake. Each beat map is available for download by registered users from the download section of this website.