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The National Junior Angling Association

The National Junior Angling Association
An affiliation of the 'Junior Sections' of angling clubs from throughout the UK. It was originally founded in 1957. Our aim is to promote junior and intermediate angling throughout the country and to encourage the youngsters to continue fishing into adulthood. The N.J.A.A. is run by a committee of volunteers who also organise their own club activities.

UK

New Park Fishing Club

New Park Fishing Club
A new club fishing in and around Skegness, with one aim...to go fishing and have fun. Ages range from 15 to over 85 and everyone is welcome. It costs nothing to join, all you pay for is your days fishing and pools money. For anyone who has not got transport, our members rally together to make sure no-one misses out.So wether you are new to fishing or a old hand, our club will suit. We meet and fish once a week throughout the spring and summer and less often during the colder weather...

Skegness
Lincolnshire

Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association

Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association
Has the fishing rights of numerous fisheries, including the Wensum, 1.5 miles of the Waveney, 2.5 miles of the Bure 1.5 miles of the Upper Yare. Over the years this led to also taking on the management of numerous stillwater fisheries. including two gravel pit complexes. Membership to all these fisheries is available exclusively to NACA members, but is separate to their association membership fee.

Norfolk

Orchard Lakes Angling Club

Orchard Lakes Angling Club
The Club caters for all standards of angling, with monthly Sunday series matches including fun sub divisions, a Winter Silvers League, an Evening Series as well as charity and family days.


New Milton
Hampshire
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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.

Kent

Park's Angling Club

Park's Angling Club
Controls the fishing on the only two lakes situated wholly within the Borough of Southend on Sea, and is attempting to obtain the lease on a third. Both lakes are sited within the confines of public parks and are fishable on a day ticket basis. Adult £5 (allowing the use of 2 rods)
Juniors etc £2 per rod (to a maximum of 2)
Adult evening £2.50 (summer period after 6.30 pm

Southend on Sea

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

Petersfield and District Angling Club

Petersfield and District Angling Club
The Heath is a fairly shallow 21 acre lake with an average depth of five to six feet. The lake contains a head of Carp, commons to 20lbs and mirrors to 20lbs plus. It also contains bream to 10lbs, Perch, Rudd, Eels and Pike. Harting Coombe Pond is a small and intimate 4 acre pond in a woodland setting. This pond contains Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Perch and Pike. Nyewood Ponds Rogate: Two ponds stocked with Carp to 23lbs, Perch, Roach, Rudd and Tench. A small stretch of the Upper Rother containing Roach, grayling, Dace, Trout and Gudgeon. Bo Peep Pond Weston: A small pond that contains Carp, Tench, Perch, Roach, Rudd, Curia’s and some goldfish! one mile stretch of the Upper Rother containing Roach, Dace, Chub, Grayling, Gudgeon, Perch and Trout.

Hampshire

Bognor Regis and District Freshwater Angling Club

Petworth and Bognor Angling Club
A wide range of still waters in Hampshire and Sussex as well as fishing on the Rivers Arun, Ember, Rother and Wallington.

Hampshire

Portsmouth & District Angling Society

Portsmouth & District Angling Society
Members only fishing on lakes and ponds around Portsmouth and River fishing on the Hamble and Wallington.

Hampshire

Prince Albert Angling Society

Prince Albert Angling Society
Formed in 1954 by a dozen anglers who met while fishing the local canal. Today the society is one of the leading angling clubs in Europe, the membership is now 8,000 with a waiting list of up to three years. There are over 200 waters available to the members, they include still and river coarse fishing, still and river Trout fishing and Salmon and sea Trout Fishing.

Cheshire

Perchfishers Group

Perchfishers Group
A group of specimen hunters whose aim is to further the knowledge of Perch as a species including the methods and locations for its capture, with special emphasis on large specimens. We do this by the sharing of knowledge and by fishing in a true spirit of sportsmanship and friendship with all other members of the Perchfishers.

UK

Pulborough Angling Society

Pulborough Angling Society
Coarse Fishing on 12 Lakes and Ponds Plus 7 Miles of Prime Sussex Rivers including:
Goose Green Complex (6 lakes), Ashington, containing Carp, Tench, Roach, Rudd, Bream, Perch, Crucian Carp, Hybrids and Eels. Moor Farm, Petworth,comprising three large lakes containing The Top Lake contains Tench and Crucian Carp. The Middle Lake stocked with carp of all sizes from low single figure fish to 25Lb plus doubles. The Bottom Lake is approximately three acres in size and is a mixed fishery. This lake contains Carp, Tench, Bream, Perch, Roach, Rudd, specimen sized Eels and beautiful Golden Rudd.

Sussex

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