âStillwater Troutâ magazine, Dennis Moss
âSize-wise, the two waters are typical of many small trout fisheries but there the similarity endsâ.
âIt is a revelation to walk the banks of Peter Turnhamâs lakes in the Cotswolds and see big trout cruising around and feeding on natural food organisms. In my experience, this kind of foraging is by no means typical on small stillwatersâ.
âIt is an idyllic position, flanked on either side by sweeping stands of beechâ.
âThe clear water teems with shrimps and chironomidsâ.
âIn the clear water, it was possible to target individual fish and with the exception of one rainbow I saw every trout that I hooked take the flyâ.
âVisual fishing of this sort is both exacting and enjoyable and I feel many anglers would appreciate the sporting qualities of Brook Farmâ.
âBrook Farm is an exceptional waterâ.