Bossington Test reborn by Cain Bio-Engineering Ltd.

This river section features one of the Middle Tests’ most celebrated dry fly-fishing beats with its Georgian ‘Bossington House’ backdrop, framed by cedars of Lebanon, as seen across the west-facing water meadows by visiting anglers.
This river section features one of the Middle Tests’ most celebrated dry fly-fishing beats with its Georgian ‘Bossington House’ backdrop, framed by cedars of Lebanon, as seen across the west-facing water meadows by visiting anglers.

 

This quintessential fishing scene in its pastoral Hampshire setting was hampered though, by the poor and deteriorating quality of its riverine environment.

 

This quintessential fishing scene in its pastoral Hampshire setting was hampered though, by the poor and deteriorating quality of its riverine environment. Slow, canal-like flows attract deep sediment deposits blanketed with ribbon weed and algae, so the prospect of an improved fly-fishing experience with streaming flows and trout rising between beds of flowering Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus), finally tipped the balance in favour of change.

 

Slow, canal-like flows attract deep sediment deposits blanketed with ribbon weed and algae, so the prospect of an improved fly-fishing experience with streaming flows and trout rising between beds of flowering Water-crowfoot (Ranunculus), finally tipped the balance in favour of change.

 

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Cain Bio-Engineering Ltd.
The Old Dairy, Station Approach
Woodgreen Road, Breamore
Hampshire, SP6 2AB
UK

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