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Albury Estate London

Albury Estate - Vale End, Powder Mills, Weston and Park Fisheries
Albury Surrey - Set in the Tillingbourne Valley, site of Vale End, Powder Mills, Weston and Park Fisheries, Albury Fisheries is situated near Guildford in Surrey. Regularly stocked with fine quality fish reared on the Estate's own trout farm, fishing for rainbow trout is available at all four fisheries all year round. There is also Day membership fishing for brown trout, with some stream fishing.

 

Syon Park

Albury Estate - Syon Park Middlesex
Set in a beautiful parkland setting on the outskirts of London, Syon Park Fishery is situated just across the river Thames from Kew Gardens. Open all year, the six acre lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout which average around 2.5 lbs rising to 18lb, and brown trout in the open season.

 
Beaver Farm Fishery

Beaver Farm Fishery
8 lakes offering a wide variety of fishing including grass carp to 25lbs. 12oz; mirror carp to 26 lbs. 4oz; common carp to 24lbs. 8oz; catfish over 35 lb, bream, tench, roach, rudd, golden rudd, ide, skimmers, golden rudd, perch, pike and various unusual species.

 
Boyer Leisure

Boyer Leisure
Controls a number of still waters and stretches of rivers in the west London area and mainly in the counties of Middlesex and Buckinghamshire including: Amerden Pool, Bedfont Lake, Colnbrook West Lake, Farlows Lake, Harefield Lake, Mayfields Lake, Old Slade Lane Lake, Orlitts Lake, River Thames Taplow, River Colne Uxbridge, Rodney Meadow, Stockley Lake, and Thorney Pool.

 
Bury Hill Fisheries

Bury Hill Fisheries
A superb general coarse fishery consisting of three lakes set amidst a beautiful 200-year-old country estate nestling in a secluded valley noted for its "outstanding natural beauty" and "abundance of wildlife". Large head of carp, tench and bream and an abundance of roach, rudd, perch, crucian carp, chub, pike, tench to 7lb and zander.

 
RMC Angling

RMC Angling
A vast selection of waters to suit all tastes.

 
Barnet & District Angling Club

Barnet & District Angling Club
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.

 
Basingstoke Canal Angling Association

Basingstoke Canal Angling Association
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

 
Bromley (Kent) & District Angling Society

Bromley (Kent) & District Angling Society
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.

 
Central Association of London and Provincial Angling Clubs

Central Association of London and Provincial Angling Clubs
Offers the rivers: Adur, Arun, Ash, Beult, Eden, Kennet, Mole, Medway, Teise, Wey, and Canals: Kennet & Avon, Grand Union, Basingstoke, plus six stillwaters.

 
Crawley Angling Society

Crawley Angling Society
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.

 
The Dorking Flyfishers Club

The Dorking Flyfishers Club
The Dorking Flyfishers Club was formed in 1980, and is this year celebrating its 20th anniversary. Currently there are some forty members in the club. The Club meets at the Grove House Club in Dorking on the last Thursday of each month, apart from a couple of evenings in the summer when we move the venue to a local fishery. The meetings at the club are used for fly-tying practice and instruction from our "experts" within the club, or, whenever possible, we will bring along a guest speaker to talk on subjects ranging from fish farming and fishery management to tactics and fly selections for particular venues we are due to fish.

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Hadley Angling and Preservation Society

Hadley Angling and Preservation Society
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.

 

Harrow Angling Society

Harrow Angling Society
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.

 
London Anglers Association

London Anglers Association
A huge club with a vast selection of waters in counties around London.

 
MTSFC

MTSFC
Founded in 2000 by a group of enthusiastic flyfishermen who are all members of various Masonic Lodges in London, Hertfordshire and Middlesex. It was the brainchild of Jim Webster who conceived the idea of taking mentally and physically impaired children out for a days fishing to share with them the pleasures that we get from our sport. has been found that all participants who attend enjoy the day enormously and find it a great mental stimulation to experience something that would normally be denied to them.

 
Orpington & District Angling Association

Orpington & District Angling Association
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.

 
Siddy's Lake Fishery

Siddy's Lake Fishery
Located in the small village of Shepperton in the county of Middlesex. Locally the lake is well known for it's stock of large carp. It has just been taken over by new management and lots of work has been put into bringing the lake back to it's former glory of times past. Siddy's Lake is a wonderful place to fish and has a real sense of peace and tranquility to it with it's untouched nature reserve which surrounds it.

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Verulam Angling Club

Verulam Angling Club
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.

 
Wey Valley Disabled Anglers Association

Wey Valley Disabled Anglers Association
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.

 
   
 
 
 

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