Exploring Litton Lake

Litton Reservoir, near the village of Litton in Somerset is operated by us. It lies on the boundary between Bath and North East Somerset and Mendip districts.

The two lakes


Stocked with the same high quality trout as all our lakes, but with less fishing pressure, many customers have discovered that a leisurely day’s sport in this intimate and picturesque setting is sheer delight. The lakes can cater for up to six anglers, making it the ideal day out for family or friend groups who want to spend time together undisturbed. When you book Litton, you have the exclusive use of two lakes with a two boats on the lower lake and one on the upper.


Lower Litton is a shallow, tree lined 8-acre lake. The water is deepest near the dam, and there are weed beds over much of the shallower areas, these induce trout to feed at most times of the day, often providing prolific fly hatches in the evening with accompanying good rises.


Upper Litton (11 acres) is much deeper than its sister lake and very different in character. Long and narrow with steep sides, and a stream flowing in at the top end, it can call for rather different tactics.


Discover our other lakes...

Blagdon Lake


A beautiful place, close by to Chew Valley Lake. Some of the best fishing is available at Blagdon. 


Cheddar Reservoir


There is a lot going on on the water at Cheddar from sailing to paddle boarding. It is also a beautiful spot for a walk.



For the more seasoned angler. Barrow is a great spot close to Bristol to see what you can catch.