Upper Little Bognor is a small, secluded and peaceful lake hidden in a wooded valley. It is under half an acre and surrounded by mature chestnut and oak trees. It is stream fed and has a population of wild brown trout. The wild fish are supplemented with stocked brown trout throughout the season. Wild fish, usually under a pound in weight, should be carefully returned to the lake. All stocked trout must be retained.

A quiet approach is essential. Ferns and rushes are retained around the lake to provide cover for the anglers. The trout are free rising and respond best to small nymphs and emergers.

One car park and fisherman’s hut serves both lakes.