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Bathampton

Bathampton Angling Association
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.

Bath

Essex Flyfishers

Essex Flyfishers Club
Two 16 acre spring fed lakes in the heart of rural Essex offering member only fly fishing . Regularly stocked with rainbow and occasionally brown trout .

Essex

Barrowford Angling Association

Barrowford Angling Association
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.

Lancashire

The Bay Malton Angling Club

The Bay Malton Angling Club
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. Trout fishing on the River Gowy.

Chesshire

Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club

Bewl Bridge Flyfishers' Club
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.

Kent

Bradford No1 Angling Association

Bradford No1 Angling Association
Consisiting 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.

Yorkshire

Crediton Fly Fishing Club

Crediton Fly Fishing Club
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.

Devon

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.

Surrey

England Youth Flyfishing Association

England Youth Flyfishing Association
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.

England

Leicestershire Fly Fishing Association

Leicestershire Fly Fishing Association
Club 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.

Leicestershire

Linton Angling Society

Linton Angling Society
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.

Kent

London Anglers Association

London Anglers Association
A huge club with a vast selection of waters in counties around London. Includes salmon and trout fishing on the River Avon (Hampshire).

South East

Mitre Angling Club

Mitre Angling Club
Provides outstanding quality fishing on fifteen miles of rivers, including stretches of the Calder, Ribble, Wharfe and Doe and on two reservoirs, all in beautiful surroundings in the Lancashire and Yorkshire countryside. Mitre club members are predominantly fly fishermen, although opportunities exist for spinning and bait fishing on selected waters. Fishing is for brown and rainbow trout, grayling, coarse fish, and some salmon and sea trout. The club is relatively small, with an establishment of 90 members, so there is never a problem of overcrowding. No matter whether you prefer the challenge of small streams, the comfort of larger rivers or still waters, there is something for you.


Lancashire
Yorkshire
Rivers Calder, Ribble, Wharfe and Doe

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.

South East

Penrith Anglers Association

Penrith Anglers Association
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.

Cumbria

Ringwood & District Anglers Association

Ringwood & District Anglers Association
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.

Hampshire /Dorset

Ulverston Angling Association

Ulverston Angling Association
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.

Cumbria

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.

South

Fishing in the English Lake District

Windermere Ambleside & District Angling Associationt
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.

Lake District

   
 
 
 

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