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Alcove Angling Club

Alcove Angling Club
A family friendly club, with a mixture of pleasure and match fishing. The Lido at Fishponds Bristol is a mixed fishery lake, with carp, roach, tench, rudd and pike etc. The Clamp at Coalpit Heath, features four platform swims suitable for wheel chair users. George's lake is an established lake stocked with roach, rudd, bream, perch, tench and carp etc. Margret's lake is a mixed fishery.

Bristol

Andover Angling Club

Andover Angling Club
Andover Angling Club control two lakes - Foxcotte in Charlton and Anton Lake in the Nature reserve. Foxcotte (2½ acres) Mmirror and common carp up to 27lb, crucians up to 3lb and pike up to 25lb. Smaller numbers of bream and tench. Perch go to around 2lb and the lake has a good head of roach to 2lb. There are also eels. Many pegs have wooden platforms that make easy access for disabled anglers.

Hampshire

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

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.

South East

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

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

Hampshire /Surrey

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.

Chesshire

Becmain Angling Society

Becmain Angling Society
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.

Essex

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

Billericay and District Angling Club

Billericay and District Angling Club
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.

Essex

BAA

Birmingham Anglers Association
Weekly reports on some of the rivers, lakes, pools and canals that reside within the BAA region. Where to fish and membership details

Midlands

Blue Pig Angling Club

Blue Pig Angling Club
A local Group of Anglers from the Telford Area of Shropshire, now fishing in Hyperspace

Shropshire

Blackpool & Layton

Blackpool and Layton A.S.
One of the Fylde Coast’s oldest angling clubs with over 200 members. Memberships are now available for both Freshwater and Sea anglers. BLAS Freshwater members can fish on over 10 ponds along the Fylde Coast. Ponds are stocked with a large variety of fish like roach, crucians, tench, perch, bream and carp (to double figures).

Blackpool

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

The Brighouse Angling Association

The Brighouse Angling Association
Founded in 1928 as a coarse angling club with the objectives of; promoting the sport of angling, the breeding of fish and providing facilities for members of the association to participate in the sport of angling. We are able to offer a lake, canal and river angling to our members. Day tickets and match bookings are available for our canal water and Brook foot Lake.


Brighouse, West Yorkshire

The British Disabled Angling Association

The British Disabled Angling Association
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.

UK

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.

Kent/ Sussex

Carps Angling Club

Carps Angling Club
A match fishing club fishing lakes all over the south west.

South West England

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.

South East

Cheadle Angling Club

Cheadle Angling Club
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.

Staffordshire

Christchurch & District Fishing Club

Christchurch & District Fishing Club
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.

Dorset
Hampshire

Clevedon & District Freshwater Angling Club

Clevedon & District Freshwater Angling Club
Founded in 1956, and a Founder Member of the North Somerset Angling Association (NSAA), which currently consists of Clevedon & District Freshwater Angling Club & Highbridge Angling Association. River Kenn (Blind Yeo), Tickenham Boundary Rhyne, Old River Kenn. Bream to 7lb, Carp to 20lb+, Tench to 7lb, Roach to 2lb, Pike to 15lb, Skimmers, Perch, Rudd and Eels.

Clevedon

The Copthorne and District Angling Society

The Copthorne and District Angling Society
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.

Sussex

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.

Crawley

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

   

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