Wimbleball Fly Fishery


Brompton Regis, Dulverton TA22 9NU, United Kingdom

Fishery Information

Wimbleball Reservoir is a fly fishery nestled within the stunning Exmoor National Park. Spanning 370 acres of water, the reservoir provides an array of bays and inlets for anglers to explore. The fishery prides itself on the quality of its Rainbow Trout, produced at its own trout farm – Rainbow Valley Trout Farm in the Exe Valley. Additionally, the presence of revered resident wild Brown Trout provides an excellent challenge for anglers.

What size do the fish go to?

No specific information provided about the average size of the fish at Wimbleball Reservoir.

What tactics work well?

There are great hatches of flies throughout the season providing fantastic sport both on dry fly & subsurface with small nymphs. During the back end of the season, some exhilarating sport can be had in and around the shadows as the fish start to target the fry. Popular fly patterns include Goldhead Tadpole, Golden Olive Quill Wet Fly, Blue Flash Damsel, Viva Wooly Bugger, Booby Blob Tequila Sunrise, The Appetiser, Foam Body Hawthorn Fly, Hot Spot Diawl Bach, and The Coch Y Bonddu Beetle.

What facilities are on site?

No specific information provided about the facilities at Wimbleball Reservoir.

Is parking available?

No specific information provided about parking at Wimbleball Reservoir.

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