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Keynsham Angling Association

Keynsham Angling Association
Founded in 1903 and currently offers fishing to over 500 members at Century ponds, on 4 miles of the River Chew and over 5 miles of the Bristol Avon.


Bristol

Kingfisher Angling Club

Kingfisher Angling Club
Herefordshires Angling Club. 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.


Herefordshire

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.


South East

Lymm Angling Club

Lymm Angling Club
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.


Chesshire

Maldon Angling Society

Maldon Angling Society
Currently has 15 stillwaters and 15 miles of river and canal. Its location in mid Essex means most Society waters are within easy reach of the A12 just 30 minutes from junction 28 of the M25.The Society has continued to provide a range of venues, various stillwaters and several miles of river and canal, catering for both the specimen hunter, matchman and pleasure angler alike. Easy access and ample car parking are a feature of all our major stillwaters. Night fishing is permitted on a number of our ’speciman’ waters.


Maldon
Essex

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

Mortfield Fishing Club

Mortfield Fishing Club
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.


Bolton

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

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