Lower Little Bognor is a small lake at under half an acre. It is beautifully situated within a wooded valley and fed by a stream from lake above. The composer, Sir Edward Elgar liked to fish the lower pond at Little Bognor when he lived nearby at Brinkwells during and after the Great War.

Casting is restricted by mature trees in some areas. The bank at the dam end has plenty of room for the back cast and there are several fishing platforms around the rest of the lake.

This lake is stocked with chalk stream reared brown trout and also contains a small population of wild brownies. It is ideal for the dry fly. A quiet approach is essential as the fish are easily spooked. Wild fish should be returned, stocked fish must be retained.

The car park and hut are next to this lake.