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Dartford & District Angling & Preservation Society

Dartford & District Angling & Preservation Society
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.

Kent

Denaby Miners Welfare A.C

Denaby Miners Welfare A.C
Yorkshire based angling club.

Yorkshire

Doe's Angling Club

Doe's Angling Club
A central Essex Angling Club with 7 venues (9 waters) in the Danbury, Chelmsford and Maldon area. Suitable for the Match, Carp and Pleasure angler.Club established in 1955. Choose Doe's Angling for a family friendly fishing club.
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Essex

Dorchester & District Angling Society

Dorchester & District Angling Society
Coarse fishing on14 miles of the rivers Stour, Frome, Brue, Parret & Isle, plus exclusive rights to Lakes at Kingcombe, Warmwell, Buckland Newton, and Luckfield Lake at Broadmayne.

Dorset

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

Dorking Angling Society

Dorking Angling Society
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.

Surrey

Downham Market & District Angling Association

Downham Market & District Angling Association
Coarse fishing in lakes ponds and drain venues in and around the picturesque town. Wallington Hall offers old-fashioned estate lake fishing on three lakes to 4.4 acres containing carp to 20lb. Cuckoo Drain near Stowbridg offers all the usual Fen drain species and it is renowned for the size and quality of pike to be caught there. Denver Claypit (1.4 acres) is a match fishing venue.

Norfolk
Downham Market

Durham City Angling Club

Durham City Angling Club
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.

Durham

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

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

Eastleigh & District Angling Club

Eastleigh & District Angling Club
Coarse fishing on lakes and River Itchen.

Hampshire

Farnborough & District Angling Society

Farnborough & District Angling Society
FADAS boasts a large selection of waters. There is something for everyone, from pleasure fishing on one of the lakes to match angling on the river or even speciment fishing for some of our big carp. Hollybush Pits, Shawfields Lake, River Loddon at Winnersh, River Whitewater at Heckfield, Basingstoke Canal. Barbel to 16lb Carp to 30lb Chubb to 5lb plus Perch,Rudd, Dace, Roach, Bleak, Gudgeon, Pike and the occasional Trout.

Hampshire

Farnham Angling Association

Farnham Angling Association
Established in 1906, Farnham Angling Society provides its members with specimen, pleasure and match fishing for big Carp, specimen Barbel, Bream, Tench and silver fish, predator fishing for Perch, Pike and Catfish plus game fishing Trout and Grayling. Fisheries include rivers and stillwaters across Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey.

Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey.

Fenton & District Angling Society

Fenton & District Angling Society
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.

Stoke on Trent

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