Coarse and trout fishing offered on the: River Avon, River Chew, Box Brook (Fly Only), Hunstrete Lakes, Newton Park, Lydes Farm and Kennet and Avon Canal.
Founded in 1933 B.A.D.A.C. has nine private waters (Broad Colney Lakes, Shepherds Way Lakes, River Ivel, River Ouse, River Loddon & Two Gravel Pits , River Thames , River Windrush) offering a wide range of coarse fishing, with Carp to over 44lb, Pike 20lb, Tench 8lb, Bream 11lb, Roach 2lb and Barbel 12lb.
Has a good selection of fishing on the Ribble at Settle, Long Preston and Balderstone. also brown trout fishing on Pendle Water and carp and coarse angling also. Species include trout, carp, atlantic salmon, sea trout, brown trout, barbel, chub, dace, bream, perch, and roach.
A large Angling Association made up from Angling Clubs in Hampshire and Surrey that all have a common interest in fishing from the towpath of the picturesque Basingstoke Canal
p> Formed in the mid seventies and offers twenty waters covering all aspects of angling. Whatever your style of fishing you will find a BMAC water to suit. A friendly, social, Cheshire based angling club offering all styles of angling on both river and stillwater. Membership applications welcome.
Controls three day ticket waters: Valence Moat in Dagenham is a small lake ideal for juniors learning to fish, the fish include roach, rudd, crucians, perch, gudgeon andcarp nearing double figures. Harwood Hall, (also known as Parklands) in Upminster is again a nice lake for juniors The water also holds a good head of large carp and carp anglers visit the water regularly, there's some pike and all the usual fish including roach, rudd, crucian. Pea Lane also in Upminster is for the angler that wants peace and quiet. Garnish Hall at Abridgeis a small lake with an island in the middle, the carp there go to double figures and roach and rudd are abundant.
Bewl Water lies in the heart of the South of England's prettiest countryside and it's seven hundred and seventy seven acres encompasses clear water, rolling hills and some of the finest trout fishing in Europe. Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club is the resident flyfishing club and the largest in England with around four hundred members.
Formed in 1957, and now is the largest in Essex, offering fishing on 24 lakes and 9.5 miles of river. BDAC is affiliated to The National Federation of Anglers, The Anglers’ Conservation Association and Essex Angling Consultative Association. It also supports and endorses the Essex Angling Watch.
Weekly reports on some of the rivers, lakes, pools and canals that reside within the BAA region. Where to fish and membership details.
One of the Fylde Coast's oldest fishing clubs, Founded in 1905. A long history but with a modern attitude and approach to angling, with a pedigree streching back over 100 years. It has over 300 members and have matches most weekends, be they sea or freshwater. They have their own club ponds which are managed their our team of pond managers.
Consisting of 83 waters across the Yorkshire Area, all species catered for from trout to carp (including Cat Fish). Competitive match scene, plus pleasure angling and two dedicated carp puddles. Specimen lakes for Bream, Carp and Pike. Many sections of rivers held on Calder, Nidd, Swale, Ure, Wharfe, Aire plus canals.
Formed in 1996 to ensure people with disabilities of all ages could access the sport/leisure activity of angling, our constitution requires that we as a registered charity help to provide the information essential for the continued improvement of facilities and access to angling.
Established since the late 1940's at Sevenoaks offers 9 venues covering lakes, rivers and ponds. The Club has some of the best Carp waters in England, a vast majority of our members are purely Pleasure Anglers and it is principly they who are catered for in the Club.
Offers the rivers: Adur, Arun, Ash, Beult, Eden, Kennet, Mole, Medway, Teise, Wey, and Canals: Kennet & Avon, Grand Union, Basingstoke, plus six stillwaters.
Based in the market town of Cheadle in Staffordshire. The main water is Hales Hall Lake on Oakamoor Road, Cheadle. This lake is over 4 acres in size and boasts large stocks of bream, carp, tench, roach, perch, crucian, carp, rudd, and specimen pike. Fishing is available all year round and all pegs are easily accesible with 2 pegs specially designed for disabled anglers. The club also boasts 2 superb specimen waters on secluded rural farmland, Shawe park Pool and the new lake at Freehay.
One of the longest established sea fishing clubs on the south coast, with 2003 marking it's 75th year in existence. The club's activities focus on the beaches around the Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole area, in the south of England.
The society has 5 lakes and another to the west of Crawley. The club also has access to 8 miles of the Sussex Ouse shared with the Ouse Preservation Society. None of this is heavily fished indeed on some sections of the Ouse I’ve never seen another angler. All the lakes are privately located with no access for the general public so have a truly away from it all feeling.
Manages 12 waters in and around Crawley, and its members can also fish Weir Wood Reservoir (Forest Row) and Stub Pond Fisheries (Newchapel).. Matches are organised throughout the season with cash and trophy prizes.
A small-stream "fly only" fishing club based in Crediton, a small market town in Devon. The Club controls approximately six miles of the Rivers Creedy, Yeo and Culvery, most of which is double bank fishing. These streams have abundant fly life, including a Mayfly hatch, which, together with many terrestrials ensure superb opportunities to fish the dry fly for wild brown trout throughout most of the season. In addition, the Club also leases one and a half miles of the River Taw above Coldridge, which provides excellent sport for wild brown trout with the bonus of a run of sea-trout and the occasional salmon, and also has access to an excellent beat on the River Exe for winter grayling fishing.
The Society was formed on 9 April 1931. Now has around 2,700 members including some 270 senior citizens and 30 plus disabled anglers with fishing on: Brooklands Lake, Combebank Lake, Horton Kirby Lakes, River Beult and Lesser Tiese, River Medway, Sutton at Hone Lakes.
6 lakes offering carp pike and catfish.
Our Society is based within the Woolwich Garrison in London. We have a mixed Fishery within the Garrison the lake is approx one acre and there are 33 pegs on the lake. We are seeking more Club Anglers that will participate in Society outings, we have regular home and away outings to various venues in Kent and East Sussex Essex. The lake holds Carp to 20+, Mirror Common Leather, Crucian Carp, Bream, Tench, Barbel, Chub, Roach, Rudd, Perch, etc
Yorkshire based angling club.
Dorking AS have the rights to some prolific fishing on the prime middle reaches of the River Mole, some 3 miles of fishing offering the river enthusiast the chance to pursue his running water skills, the club also has access to 4 small Stillwater's. Waters are available to members only, guests can purchase a guest ticket (before fishing) providing they are accompanied by a member (one guest per member). The club observes the traditional close season and all waters are closed 15th March until June 16th.
Based in Durham City, D.C.A.C. control several excellent stretches of the river Wear in and around the City, and have in Brasside Pond one of the best carp / mixed coarse fisheries in the area available on the purchase of a club book.
The EYFA was established about 16 years ago to provide competitive fly fishing for young people up to International and, now, World level. Managed by a committee of volunteers the Association is a member of the Salmon & Trout Association, associate member of the Anglers Conservation Association and has recently become a member of the Confederation of English Flyfishers.
Formed in 1906 to offer affordable quality sport to anglers in the Stoke on Trent area including: Ashley Pools, Black Lake, Collycroft Lake, Dilhorne Hall Pools, Huntley Wood Pool, Knypersley Reservoir, Peaks Pool, River Blithe, Sideway Overflow, Smithpool Lake, Sutton Brook, Trent & Mersey Canal, Longton Park (top lake only), River Dove, River Churnet.
FFC2005 all came about when some Fulham fans thought it would be a great idea to meet up on the banks away from the usual matchday activities and enjoy a days fishing together. Fulham Fisherman's Club 2005 was born.
Offers a wide range of coarse fishing venues around the Uxbridge and Oxford areas plus a number of other venues in the M4/M40 corridor.
HAPS Is a small, friendly club that was formed in 1982 to care for Jack's Lake in Hadley Wood, Barnet and protect the surrounding wildlife and woodland.
Provides freshwater angling in our private fisheries in Harefield Middlesex in the Colne Valley and in Bucks. The lakes and gravel pits contain specimen Carp, Tench, Pike, Bream, Roach, Rudd and Perch.
Fishing on the Sussex Ouse and stillwaters including Balcombe, Slaugham, Lindfield Roach Pond, Valebridge, Wabblegate.
Longford Main Lake - a mature former gravel pit comprising some 70 acres of general mixed fishery. Pike to 31lbs, Carp to the mid 20`s are present (Commons and Mirrors) and a few are in the 30`s. Big bags of bream are possible. Perch over 2lbs , eels to 5lbs and the occasional Tench to 8lbs are possible. Small Lake - a 3 acre water. All the main species are present with Carp , Roach , Rudd , Perch , Tench, Bream and Skimmers . Montreal Park - There are two lakes covering approximately 2 acres, which has seen much in the way of re-stocking over recent years. Stocks now includes Crucian Carp , Roach , Rudd , Perch , Tench , Skimmers and with a good number of small carp. Essentially a junior water who can fish unaccompanied.
Established since 1907. A friendly club catering for all styles of coarse fishing. The club has numerous waters which it either owns or rents. It also has access to scores of other waters and can obtain concessionary membership fees to CALPAC. Several lakes and several miles of different rivers. All in beautiful and picturesque surroundings. Carp and pike to 30lbs. Tench to 8lbs. Bream to 8lbs. Roach over 2lbs. Perch to 5 lbs. Chub over 5lbs. Rudd to 2lbs. Large Sea Trout in season. All ages and abilities catered for.
A small non profit making coarse fishing club based in Bradford West Yorkshire. It is a member of The River Swale Preservation Society . The club is also affiliated to Aireborough and District AA . The Association hold rights on the Rivers Swale , Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
. The site includes a gallery, rig diagrams, weather reports and a crayfish update. The site is very popular with local members and all course anglers of the UK.
Activities include: Boat Pairs and Boat Individual Championships' , trips to Chew Valley Lake and other,venues, over 60's senior outing, bank match for the President's Trophy, Float tube outings and Championship. Winter activities include: river outings fishing for grayling, fly tying competition for juniors, casting classes and accuracy casting competition for seniors and juniors, lectures, films, talks, demonstrations etc.
Based in Linton, situated just on the outskirts of Maidstone, Kent. This makes it an ideal fishing haven for keen anglers in and around Kent. Not only do we offer the picturesque surroundings of our Victorian lake, which boasts the English record pike 40lb 6oz in 1976, we can also offer use of the Famous River Medway, Beult and the Tiese. (approximately 9 miles in total) Fishing venues are also available in Staplehurst Hunton Wateringbury Marden and surrounding areas. Our venues offer easy waters as well as hard waters providing conditions at all levels. Trout fishing is available on the river Tiese.
Littlemore has progressed to be the biggest and most established fishing clubs in Oxford. Our club waters are on the River Thames at Sandford, Sandford Lock and Rose Island at Kennington .All prolific stretches for Match, Specimen and Pleasure Angling. The Society is also affiliated to Oxford & District Anglers Association and our membership includes full use of their waters.
A huge club with a vast selection of waters in counties around London.
The club was formed from its original fishery, Lymm Dam, which is located in the village of Lymm, Cheshire. It has since gone on to acquire a considerable number of new waters and members. Today it is one of the most significant clubs in the Northwest of England, offering a wide selection of fishing on both lakes and rivers.
A family run fishing club who's aim is to actively encourage members to have fun and to preserve the natural habitat of all our naitive wildlife. Mortfield Lodges - Bream up to 7lbs+, Tench unknown but big, Roach 3lbs+, Pike untapped 17lbs+, Eels up to 3lbs, Carp up to 34lbs, Catfish unkown, Rudd up to 2lbs.
Founded by a group of enthusiastic Freemasons in 2000, MTSFC takes disabled and disadvantaged people (mainly Children) on fly and coarse fishing days organised up and down the country in the 22 Branches that it has. As they provide a one to one fisherman and participant relationship they are always glad for new volunteers to give them a hand. You do not have to be a Freemason to do so and the days will be completely free to you with lunch provided. See their website for how to pass on your skills to those less fortunate and how to join in the fun.
An affiliation of the 'Junior Sections' of angling clubs from throughout the UK. It was originally founded in 1957. Our aim is to promote junior and intermediate angling throughout the country and to encourage the youngsters to continue fishing into adulthood. The N.J.A.A. is run by a committee of volunteers who also organise their own club activities.
Has the fishing rights of numerous fisheries, including the Wensum, 1.5 miles of the Waveney, 2.5 miles of the Bure 1.5 miles of the Upper Yare. Over the years this led to also taking on the management of numerous stillwater fisheries. including two gravel pit complexes. Membership to all these fisheries is available exclusively to NACA members, but is separate to their association membership fee.
Offers a wide range of fishing including still water lakes and picturesque rivers in the heart of Kent and Sussex including: Ruxley Gravel Pits consisting of five mature pits within 40 acres of nature reserve near Orpington, Laddingford, a 2½ acre lake in Paddockwood, Kent. This lake contains most species of still water fish, all of good quality. Here you cannot fail to catch fish all day long. Also boasts of excellent river fishing under its control including 7 miles of the River Medway and Eden, Near Tunbridge, Kent, 3 miles of the Royal Military Canal at Iden Lock, Appledore and 6 miles of the River Rother at Robertsbridge.
Controls the fishing on the only two lakes situated wholly within the Borough of Southend on Sea, and is attempting to obtain the lease on a third. Both lakes are sited within the confines of public parks and are fishable on a day ticket basis. Adult £5 (allowing the use of 2 rods) Juniors etc £2 per rod (to a maximum of 2) Adult evening £2.50 (summer period after 6.30 pm
Flyfishing for genuine wild brown trout and grayling in the unspoilt Eden Valley in Cumbria. 37 miles of fishing on the Rivers Eden, Eamont, and Lowther.
The Petersfield & District Angling Club is a local club run for it's members by it's members, to provide great fishing to the commmunity in and around the Peterfield area.
The Club was formed in early 2007 by the amalgamation of two of the most successful Freshwater Angling Clubs in West Sussex, the former Petworth Angling Club and the former Bognor Regis & District Freshwater Angling Club. Both clubs had a long history of providing quality angling to their members stretching back to the early part of the last century. Both had also been dedicated to the traditional aspects and values of coarse angling, and despite the rise of commercial fisheries which we recognise as one of the ways in which newcomers may become attracted to the sport, we are increasingly finding that, for many, our more traditional types of coarse fishing represents a more varied and rewarding challenge. This means that "instant" results are less likely and good catches on some of our waters require a certain amount of patience and skill. That's not to say you won't 'bag up' on some of our waters, with some expertise and a degree of luck, a trip to the River Arun could see you net a ton of bream and a ton of quality mixed fish is not unheard of from Petworth Park Lake these days.
Formed in 1954 by a dozen anglers who met while fishing the local canal. Today the society is one of the leading angling clubs in Europe, the membership is now 8,000 with a waiting list of up to three years. There are over 200 waters available to the members, they include still and river coarse fishing, still and river Trout fishing and Salmon and sea Trout Fishing.
A group of specimen hunters whose aim is to further the knowledge of Perch as a species including the methods and locations for its capture, with special emphasis on large specimens. We do this by the sharing of knowledge and by fishing in a true spirit of sportsmanship and friendship with all other members of the Perchfishers.
Coarse Fishing on 12 Lakes and Ponds Plus 7 Miles of Prime Sussex Rivers including: Goose Green Complex (6 lakes), Ashington, containing Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, Crucian Carp, Hybrids and Eels. Moor Farm, Petworth,comprising three large lakes containing The Top Lake contains Tench and Crucian Carp. The Middle Lake stocked with carp of all sizes from low single figure fish to 25Lb plus doubles. The Bottom Lake is approximately three acres in size and is a mixed fishery. This lake contains Carp, Tench, Bream, Perch, Roach, Rudd, specimen sized Eels and beautiful Golden Rudd.
Has access to almost 10 miles of the legendary Hampshire Avon and more than 20 miles of the Dorset Stour, plus a choice of magnificent still waters including one of the top tench venues in the country.
Rother AC has access to the following stillwaters, rivers and streams: Stillwaters: Cooks Pond, Milland, New Pond, Bepton Road, Midhurst, Rotherfield Pond, Midhurst, Minstead Pit. Rivers and Streams: River Rother, North Mill, Midhurst, River Rother, Woolbeding, River Arun, Greatham Bridge, River Arun, Stopham Bridge, Woolmer Stream.
Based in the Cotswold Water Park about 4 miles from Cirencester and 10 miles from Swindon. 6 local lakes, Day Ticket Waters and Weekly fishing tickets. Clubhouse and bar open to visitors. Lakes include: Bradley's, Hills, Ham Pool, Wickwater, Whitefriars and Jet-ski Lake. Carp to 40lb+, crucian carp, tench to 9lb, bream to 14lb , Pike to 30lb, and roach to 2lb.
The TAA offers its members a wide variety of fishing on the fast shallow waters of the upper River Tone to its slower flowing canal, rivers, and stillwaters including: West Sedgemoor Drain, Taunton to Bridgwater Canal, Rough Moor, Maunsell Pond, Curry Moor Drain, King Stanley Pond, Wych Lodge Lake and Stanley Durston Ponds.
(T.A.S.) Fishing for everyone. Great fishing on ten stillwaters, thirteen miles of Canal, and some parts of the river Calder. Everyone welcome. Based in the West Yorkshire town of Todmorden, T.A.S. have some of the best fishing around including 4 still waters in Littleborough, 3 in Burnley, and 3 in Todmorden itself. The canal runs from Callis Lock (Hebbden Bridge) to Manchester Road Castleton Rochdale, and contains Carp to 20lb, Pike to 30lb, Chub to 6lb, plus Roach, Perch, Bream, Tench, Gudgeon, Ruff, Rudd.
A small and friendly coarse angling club based in north-west Hertfordshire. Formed in 1947, our open membership policy still provides access to a wide variety of fisheries in the area. Eleven miles of fine canal fishing, small and large river fisheries along with lakes and ponds cater for all coarse angling disciplines.
(TAC) Formed by Clubs coming together to jointly manage the Slipe Lane Pits in Wormley, Herts with the Lea Valley Regional Park Authority. The Consortium manages 4 beautiful gravel pits in Wormley, near Cheshunt, Herts. These consist of three mixed fisheries and a match lake. With extensive stocking and landscaping, a huge investment is being made in the fishery.
Ulverston Angling Association has two coarse fisheries,Ulverston Canal and Sandhall Ponds, both these waters are located near Ulverston on the edge of the Lake District. U.A.A. also has Knottallow Tarn a Brown Trout Fishery which can be fished on a day ticket.
Asmall club with about 130 members. Controling the fishing rights to a section of the River Cam and Bourn Brook just to the south of Cambridge.
One of the premier fishing clubs in West London, Middlesex and the Colne valley can offer the angler a variety of waters to fish at an affordable cost. We offer the angler fishing from streams to rivers, canals, lakes for night fishing and an all year round well stocked fishery. Pleasure angler or specimen hunter (Carp, Barbel, Tench, Bream, Chub, Pike) we have something for everyone.
The Club is proud of the diversity and quality of it's private fisheries. It offers everything from big carp (to 36lb) and pike to small river dace and chub. All waters are maintained through regular working parties to ensure they offer the safe and comfortable fishing with nearly half of the club's annual income investing in improvements and restocking. River Lee, Riverside Road, Smallford Pit, River Flit, Frogmore Complex, River Ivel, River Ouse, Paynes Lane, Turnford Consortium.
Four great waters: Brenkley, Milkhope, Horton Grange and the Queen Elizabeth II Lake (the "QEII"). The Club runs several friendly but keenly contested match series andregular trips to waters further afield. The Club actively supports beginning and junior anglers and is totally committed to doing everything to encourage disabled people into the sport.
A large club offering fishing for all, match anglers, specimen anglers, game fishermen and pleasure anglers alike. Very good sport on over fifty waters. Juniors and novices made especially welcome. Special access facilities and help for anglers with special needs.
The WVDAA is run by a democratically elected committee under the rules of the Charity Commission. Our aim is to promote and organise fishing for disabled people, look after the interests of disabled anglers and encourage fair competition between disabled and able-bodied anglers.
Information on all aspects of fishing in this beautiful corner of North West England. A detailed venue guide with many fishery maps showing the best places to fish in the Lake District. Find out about Windermere, Ambleside and District Angling Association and its superb fisheries plus further information on hiring a boat, going on a guided trip, tackle shops, information on Lake District fishery byelaws and even accommodation offering free fishing.
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