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  • Angling Trust Organisation for Anglers
    The Angling Trust is the new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. We run national and international competitions. We fight pollution, commercial over-fishing at sea, over-abstraction, poaching, unlawful navigation, local bans and a host of other threats to angling. As the governing body for all angling, the Angling Trust seeks government funding to develop the sport from grass roots participation through to elite performance. We develop programmes with clubs to increase participation, particularly amongst groups who have yet to discover the joys of going fishing. We protect the rights of all anglers to do what they love most. The Angling Trust has been formed from an historic merger of six angling and conservation organisations in January 2009. Leominster, Herefordshire, UK
    http://www.anglingtrust.net/
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  • Aspatria Angling Club
    Formed in 1958, Aspatria Angling Club provides inexpensive and challenging fishing for wild brown trout, sea trout and salmon on Cumbria's River Ellen. Rising on the slopes of Mungrisedale ('back o'Skiddaw'), the Ellen is one of northwest Cumbria's principal rivers along with the Waver and Wampool; a typical spate stream descending through a rural landscape to join the Irish Sea at Maryport. Fishing on the river is controlled by angling clubs and associations in Aspatria, Dearham and Maryport. Aspatria A. C. provides fishing for residents of the town and surrounding area, although visitors from elsewhere are welcome to apply for one of our variety of ticket options. Aspatria, Allerdale, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.aspatriaanglingclub.co.uk/
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  • Audco Angling Club
    Founded in the 1950's by Friends from Serck Audco, the club started with just one water (The Slang) near Newport and just a handful of mates. Serck Audco Angling Club is now a well known and respected club within Shropshire / Stafforshire with over 150 members and a stretch of River, 2 stretches of canal and 3 pools! The club can boast a good range of fishing to suit all tastes, whether it's canals, pools or running water, offering a wide range of species silvers & Bream, or Carp & Tench, or Pike, Chub or Eels! Audco can offer Anglers young or old a decent days fishing, in some of the most beautiful surroundings found in the country. Shropshire, Stafforshire, England, UK
    https://www.audcoac.co.uk/
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  • Avon & Tributaries Angling Association
    Based around Bath, the Avon and Tributaries Angling Association is a members only, fly and coarse fishing association with over 25 miles of exclusive fishing. The Avon and Tributaries Angling Association was established in 1876. It has exclusive fishing rights to many rivers and brooks to the south of Bath. We stock selected rivers and brooks with rainbow trout, thus ensuring that our members enjoy superb fly fishing throughout the season. There are also sections on the Wellow Brook and Cam Brook which offer superb wild trout fly fishing; this is a catch and release water. Bath, England, UK
    http://www.ataafishing.net/
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  • Barbel Catchers Club
    The Barbel Catchers Club is a small specimen group, dedicated to the pursuit of barbel across the rivers of Great Britain. To members the barbel is the prince of the river, a fish which demands respect and stealth to catch, yet at times with the right approach this majestic fish can give its self up with regularity. The club comprises of dedicated anglers who share their enjoyment of the sport through regular contact at Regional Meetings, an AGM and a National Fish-in. The Club also produces a quarterly magazine Barbus through which news and articles are conveyed.
    http://www.barbelcatchersclub.co.uk/
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  • Barnet and District Angling Club
    The Barnet & District Angling Club was started in 1933 by a group of keen local fishermen who wanted to provide fishing facilities to local anglers. Since that time the club has grown year by year with an ever increasing membership that continues and enables us to expand our waters to this day. There are regular club outings and matches on all our own waters, along with several visits to other fisheries including commercials. Over the season we have many trophies and competitions to fish for, all done in a spirit of friendly competition. B.A.D.A.C. welcomes all types of anglers into the club and offers many facilities for all types of angling. We are not just a "Men's Club" as we have many Junior and Lady Members and hold occasional matches geared for their preferences. Whether your choice of fishing is just for pleasure or match fishing, we believe that the Club offers excellent waters, at a very reasonable yearly subscription and one that meets everyone's needs. Bracknell, Berkshire, England, UK
    http://badac.co.uk/
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  • Bass Anglers Sportfishing Society
    The Bass Anglers’ Sportfishing Society (BASS) is both a fishing club and an organisation dedicated to the conservation of the European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax). The Society believes that its members have the ability to encourage the conservation, research and protection of the European sea bass, as well as, to improve and educate others in the techniques of angling for this premier sporting fish. BASS was formed in March 1973 following a meeting of bass anglers interested in fishing for and conserving the species. BASS members occasionally organise 'fish-ins', at venues around the coast of the UK. These are not run as competitions, instead they offer a chance for members to socialise, share ideas and visit new areas of the coast. England, UK
    http://www.ukbass.com/
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  • Becmain Angling Society
    Today the club incorporates over 100 members and includes many activities such as weekly social nights, quiz nights, darts matches, bowling, Christmas parties and of course, match fishing events. Our members are also invited to help with working parties and lake nettings. Upminster, England, UK
    http://www.becmain.com/
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  • Brampton Angling Association
    Brampton Angling Association was formed in 1856, for the preservation of trout in the rivers Irthing, Gelt and Kingwater. The association continues to provide affordable angling opportunities for the people of Brampton and the surrounding district, and has under its control, extensive stretches of the Irthing and Gelt, as well as a shorter length of the Kingwater. The association welcomes members from outside the area, and issues permits to visiting anglers. B.A.A. also participates in an exchange permit scheme with other local clubs, which offers members the chance to fish many waters controlled by other local angling clubs. Brampton, Carlisle, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.bramptonangling.co.uk/
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  • Bridgwater Angling Association
    Established in 1905. Situated in the heart of Somerset and home to some of the best fishing in the South West, including the famous River Huntspill and King Sedgemoor Drain. We have an abundance of diverse waters to choose from including Combwich Ponds to the Bridgwater & Taunton Canal. Somerset, England, UK
    http://www.bridgwaterangling.co.uk/
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  • British Conger Club
    It was in 1961 that noted big game angler Mike Connell and others toyed with the idea of forming a 'specialist club' for conger enthusiasts. On the 17th of January 1962 it came into being at a meeting held Littlehampton. The Conger Club is making every effort to encourage conservation, and its drive is proving successful. The vast majority of eels caught by members are now being returned. Plymouth, Devon, Englandm UK
    http://www.britishcongerclub.org.uk/
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  • British Disabled Angling Association
    The British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA) was founded in 1996 to develop opportunities for disabled people of all ages and abilities to access the activity of fishing in the UK. Our hope is that we can build national awareness of our work within angling to allow more children & adults with disabilities the opportunity to try angling possibly for the first time. Walsall, West Midlands, England UK
    http://www.bdaa.co.uk/
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  • British Fly Casting Club
    The BFCC was formed in 2003, based on traditional fly fishing values with a very modern technical influence, having the following objectives: To provide a sociable Club environment where casters of any ability can maximise their potential, whether it be to better understand tackle, catch more fish, or to cast a long way; Under The Club's ethos, 'personal best, not must win', it is up to individuals to set their own objectives, but with the support of a group of very enthusiastic casters making it fun. This is clearly demonstrated by the BFCC 'have a go for gold' Distance Badge Scheme, starting at 25 yards and rising in 5 yard increments; Provide ongoing coaching opportunities for members at all BFCC Meetings, with very reasonable membership fees and generous concessions... Devon, England, UK
    http://www.thebfcc.co.uk/
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  • Bromley (Kent) & District Angling Society
    We have been established since the late 1940's at Sevenoaks and have over the subsequent years increased our venues to 8. A majority of our members are purely Pleasure Anglers and it is principally they, who are catered for in the Club. Our 8 venues cover 8 lakes, 4 rivers and 2 ponds. Most of our members are Pleasure Anglers, but with our large expanse of waters and rivers available, we can comfortably cater for all branches of Coarse fishing. Sevenoaks, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.bdaskent.co.uk/
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  • Canterbury & District Angling Association
    Since 1928 The Association has been managing extensive fisheries in the Stour Valley below Canterbury, offering first class lake and river fishing for a variety of species. The historic and famous stretch of the River Stour, which the Association leases from the Fordwich United Charities, reaches downstream from Fordwich Bridge as far as Plucks Gutter. Fordwich trout were referred to in Izaak Waltons The Compleat Angler, their descendants are still running up the river to spawn, when the conditions are right for them. Canterbury, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.cdaa.co.uk/
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  • Carlisle Angling Association
    Carlisle Angling Association controls approximately 7 miles of mainly double bank fishing on the River Eden with 27 named pools providing fishing for salmon, sea trout, brown trout and coarse fish. The Association provides angling for residents living within a five mile radius of Carlisle city centre but anglers from outside the five mile limit are welcomed and permits are available for game and coarse angling on a daily, weekly and seasonal basis. Carlisle, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.carlisleanglingassociation.org.uk/
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  • Carshalton & District Angling Society
    Carshalton & District Angling Club was founded in 1919 by soldiers returning from the first world war. Situated in West Sussex near Horsham, Bury St Austen offers the angler a choice of two lakes the Bottom Lake holds a variety of species including Carp to 30lbs with specimen Perch up to 4lbs, Roach, Bream, Eels, Tench, Crucian Carp and Gudgeon. With over 40 swims available to choose from. The Top Lake has over 30 swims this is more of a silver fish lake including F1 carp, as well as some large Crucian Carp, this lake is very picturesque in the summer with numerous lilly pads dotted around the lake. The Society also has two separate stretches of River. So, if you are looking for a friendly, local, affordable fishing club - look no further. With waters in Kent, Surrey and West Sussex; we have something for even the most discernible of anglers. Redhill, England, UK
    http://www.carshaltonanglingsociety.co.uk/
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  • Cinque Ports Angling Society
    The Hythe Royal Military Canal and Beachborough Lakes. Cinque Ports Angling Society was founded in the 1920?s. Originally a sea and course fishing club, it is now totally course fishing. We have the fishing rights to 11 miles of the Royal Military Canal. The first section is 7 miles long from Seabrook to West Hythe. Then there is a 4 mile section from West Hythe to Giggers Green. We also have the fishing rights to two Ponds at Beachborough at Etchinghill, Folkestone, Kent, England, UK
    http://www.cinqueportsanglingsociety.org/
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  • Crediton Fly Fishing Club
    We are a small-stream, fly fishing club based in Crediton, a small market town in Devon located between Dartmoor and Exmoor and only 7 miles from Exeter and Tiverton, with their excellent road and rail links. Crediton Fly Fishing Club, founded in the 1960s, has wild brown trout fishing on seven beautiful rain-fed rivers. These support abundant fly life (including mayfly and many terrestials), offering superb opportunities to fish the dry fly for brown trout as well as the occasional sea trout and salmon, plus winter grayling. Because of our abundant trout population, we do not need to stock our rivers. We are now one of the very few angling clubs in the South West that can offer true wild brown trout fishing. Crediton, Devon, England, UK
    http://www.fly-fishing-club.co.uk/
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  • Doe's Angling Club
    Founded in 1955 we're not the largest club in Essex, but are one of the most friendly. We have seven stillwaters from Roxwell, through to Danbury, Cock Clarks and Maldon. All our waters are well stocked and maintained. Essex, England UK
    http://www.doesac.co.uk/
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  • Dorset Arms Angling Club
    The DAAC offers what are probably the lowest angling club subscriptions in the area and there is no joining fee. New members are always welcome so why not join now. We offer anglers excellent opportunities to target many different species from our stretches of Rivers, Streams and Stillwaters. A friendly, local fishing club offering River and Stillwater fishing in the East Sussex, W Sussex & Kent areas. Apart from great sport, all of our venues are in quiet and beautiful settings offering plentiful wildlife. Groombridge, England, UK
    http://www.dorsetarmsangling.co.uk/
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  • Dover Sea Angling Association
    Dover is one of the foremost venues on the south coast of Britain for Angling, with a wide variety of fish being landed such as Cod, Plaice, Huss (dog-fish), Pouting, Mackerel and Bass to name but a few! Angling venues cover the Prince of Wales Pier, the Admiralty Pier, and the Southern Breakwater, which is only accessed by boat. Dover Sea Angling Association hosts many Fixtures and Events, such as the popular 3-day Pier Festival. Full Membership to Dover Sea Angling Association entitles Anglers to fish on the Admiralty Pier and Southern Breakwater at a reduced fee. Dover, Kent, England, UK
    http://doverseaanglingassociation.co.uk/
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  • Dunham Massey Angling Club
    Bringing Traditional Fishing To Local Anglers. Dunham Massey Angling Club was formed several years with the aim of providing the kind of fishing we all remember from our youth. We not only cater for those anglers who wish to seek out specimens, but also those who are happy to mull away the hours with some pleasure angling and the trout angler, who may want to stalk their quarry on small rivers or our stocked trout fishery. We are one of, if not, the fastest growing club in the northwest of England. Altrincham, Cheshire, England UK
    http://dunhammasseyanglingclub.org/
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  • Earl of Harrington's Angling Club
    The Earl of Harrington's Angling Club is a not-for-profit organisation and we run the club solely for our members. The Club was created by the then Earl of nearby Elvaston Castle in 1912 and he was Chairman of the Club. His Estate included much of the River Derwent to the south of Derby around Borrowash. Our river fishery now extends from some 2 miles north of Derby, above the weir at Darley Abbey, downstream to Borrowash, some 5 miles south of the city. The river offers all aspects of coarse fishing from fast gravelly shallows (specimen chub and barbel) to deep slow stretches (bream, roach, perch, pike, carp) and grayling, brown trout and dace are caught throughout. Double figure barbel, 5lbs+ chub, 8lbs+ bream, double figure pike and 3lbs+ perch are not unusual and anglers targeting any of these specimens stand a very high chance of success. The river also holds river carp and tench which are more difficult to target. Derby, England UK
    http://www.theearlofharringtonsac.co.uk/
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  • Fenton and District Angling Society
    Fenton and District Angling Society have a wide range of waters that suit most types of freshwater fishing. Lakes, rivers and canals, inner city and countryside waters. Coarse or fly, match, pleasure or specimen, whatever your type of fishing Fenton and District not only have the waters, in and around Stoke On Trent Staffordshire, but those Fenton fishing club waters are available at a very low annual price and there is no joining fee. Fishing In And Around Stoke On Trent, Staffordshire, England, UK
    http://www.fentonanddistrictanglingsociety.co.uk/
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  • Fish Legal
    Welcome to Fish Legal (formerly the ACA) a unique, non-profit making organisation set up to use the law to fight pollution and other damage to the water environment - both freshwater and marine - and to protect the rights of anglers and angling. We act for fishing clubs, fishery owners, syndicates, commercial fisheries across the whole of the UK. In England only, we are the legal arm of the Angling Trust. We act independently in the rest of the UK.
    http://www.fishlegal.net/
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  • Gerrards Cross and Uxbridge District Angling Society
    We are an established Angling Club Founded in 1933 by a few local anglers and we are now one of the largest societies in the Colne Valley. We try to give our members a choice of styles of angling, with matches held on our own waters and also on other venues. A good selection of venues for the specimen angler, and also a good choice between lake, river and canal which covers all aspects of angling within the one society. Colne Valley, West Yorkshire, England, UK
    http://www.gxudas.co.uk/
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  • Hare and Hounds Angling Club
    Hare and Hounds Angling Club are based in the Hare & Hounds Pub Which is situated on Holyhead Road, Telford, Shropshire. Currently consisting of 16 members and we are always looking for new members. Current holders of the Wrekin Reservoir. Telford, Shropshire, England, UK
    https://hareandhoundsac.weebly.com/
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  • Hassocks & District Angling Society Ltd
    We Offer: Fifteen different waters to fish; Lakes, ponds, streams and rivers; Pleasure fishing and match angling; Disabled access to three waters; All age groups including children; Non-fishing members welcome; Active match scene. Some of the best coarse fishing in the heart of Sussex. Lake, pond, river, pleasure fishing and match angling. All ages and abilities welcome. Worthing, West Sussex, England, UK
    https://hassocksangling.co.uk/
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  • Hastings Fly Fishers' Club Ltd
    Powdermill Reservoir is located near Sedlescombe on the borders of East Sussex and Kent and was constructed to provide water to the Hastings area. On completion of Powdermill reservoir in 1932, Hastings Fly Fishers Club was formed by a small group of like minded local anglers who have leased the fishing rights ever since. The 56 acre reservoir is stocked with rainbow trout of exceptional quality which have a reputation for being hard fighting and well proportioned fish. Although the membership of the club is small, it is very active and growing all the time. New members are always welcome, as are visiting day-ticket anglers who will find that club members are always happy to pass on current information concerning where to fish, tactics and flies to use. Sedlescombe, England, UK
    http://www.hastingsflyfishers.co.uk/
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  • HCA Fishing Club
    The HCA Boat Fishing Club was founded in 2002 by a group of people who enjoyed the sport of boat angling out in the River Humber. The clubs head quarters are based at the Humber Cruising Association marina within Grimsby Fish Docks. Although the club started with just a handful of members it soon grew into probably the biggest boat angling club on the East Coast of the UK. The club now boasts in excess of 250 members of all ages fishing from around 150 boats. Some of the boats launch from Cleethorpes beach whilst the vast majority of boats are moored in the HCA Marina. Boats range from 15ft cuddy's to 40ft cruisers which include yachts. Grimsby, England, UK
    http://www.hcafishingclub.com/
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  • Henfield Angling Society
    We are a long established angling society which welcomes new members to try our river and stillwater fisheries. We provide coarse fishing for pleasure anglers and specimen hunters. There are also friendly matches for both seniors and juniors.As well as most species of coarse fish there is a run of sea trout and a head of wild brown trout that provide a challenge for the game fisherman. We fish many miles of the river Adur in West Sussex, from below Henfield up to Shermanbury and Wineham on the Eastern arm; and right through to Partridge Green (Lock Estate) on the Western arm.We have both tidal and non-tidal sections of the river. In the summer grey mullet can often be seen coming up with the tide. They are also an interesting challenge! Carp and pike to over 20lb are not uncommon and the bream and tench go to over 5lb. There are also good chub and perch, roach, rudd, dace and gudgeon. We have stillwaters on three different sites in the surrounding area, all within 8 miles of Henfield. Our stillwaters contain double - figure common and mirror carp as well as crucians, grass carp, tench, perch, roach and rudd. Henfield, West Sussex, England
    http://www.henfieldas.co.uk/
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  • Kendal and District Angling Club
    Kendal and District Angling Club (KDAC) was formed in 1976 and is dedicated to coarse fishing. The fisheries under our control are Banks Pond at Old Hutton which is an excellent fishery recently restocked with some double figure carp after the installation of an otter fence. We also control Skelsmergh Tarn near Kendal, known for it's specimen tench and perch. At the start of 2017 KDAC took control of Atkinson's Tarn in Crook, a great mixed coarse fishery giving anglers a wide variety of species to fish for. An agreement with British Waterways gives KDAC fishing rights on the Lancaster canal from Stainton to Tewitfield providing an excellent natural fishery with good stocks of Carp, Tench, Pike, Perch, Roach and Bream. Kendal, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.kendalanglingclub.co.uk/
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  • Kennington Park Angling Club
    KPAC leases two lakes on the Kennington Park complex. Day and Night fishing is allowed on the back lake for members only whilst the front lake is a day ticket water for those visiting the area and day tickets are available on the day from either of the clubs twice daily patrolling bailiffs. There is a good stock of carp, tench, bream, roach, rudd and perch on both lakes, with the front lake also containing some large pike for the winter months. Kennington, London, England UK
    https://www.kpac.co.uk/
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  • Kent Angling Association
    The Kent (Westmorland) Angling Association was founded by working men in 1848 and is still administered the same way. Through good management and dexterity, the Association controls continuity of both banks of the River Kent for some 8 miles, most of which we own, and the rest is Leased. The Association is open to Local and Visiting Members alike and there is also a Junior Membership. The Association offers very reasonable priced Day and Weekly Permits to non-members to fish its waters. Nr Kendal, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.kentangling.co.uk/
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  • Keswick Anglers Association
    Keswick Anglers Association (KAA) has wonderful fishing set in some of Cumbria's most beautiful scenery. The Rivers Greta and Derwent offer superb, affordable fly fishing for native brown trout, together with angling for wild salmon and sea trout. Mixed and coarse fishing for pike, lake trout, perch and other species is available on Derwentwater Lake surrounded by magnificent fells dominated by the well known peak of Skiddaw. KAA which was established over 100 years ago, takes a keen interest in making sure that angling continues to be enjoyed in this part of the Lake District by both residents and visitors. We have an active juniors section, fly tying courses, fly fishing tuition and run the only hatchery on the Derwent catchment. Our members get involved in habitat improvement schemes and keep in touch with other angling associations, riparian owners, environmental and park authorities. There is a members exchange ticket arrangement with most of Cumbria's other angling associations. Keswick, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.keswickanglers.co.uk/
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  • Keynsham Angling Association
    Keynsham Angling Association was founded in 1903 and currently offers Coarse and Game fishing to over 450 Members at Century Ponds, on four miles of the River Chew and around five miles of the Bristol Avon. All anglers are eligible to become Members of the Association. Keynsham, Bristol, England, UK
    http://www.keynsham-angling.co.uk/
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  • Kirkby Stephen and District Angling Association
    Kirkby Stephen and District Angling Association is located in Kirkby Stephen. This website gives detailed information on the club and our waters including location, pictures, reports and 'fisherman's tales'. It is a resource aimed at providing up-to-date factual information about what is happening on our waters but it is also intended to provide a wealth of 'crack' as we say here in Cumbria. In order to promote the benefits of angling to young people KSDAA are offering free membership to anyone under the age of 18. Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.kirkbystephen.net/
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  • Lakeland Fly Dressers
    Lakeland Fly Dressers were formed in 1990 by a group of like-minded anglers wishing to meet up socially, tie flies, gain knowledge from more experienced anglers and fly tyers and also pass on their knowledge to others. We run a series of fly tying classes at the beginning of every year and there is a beginners group, a specialist section – maybe river patterns, nymphs etc. and a Salmon/Sea Trout class. These classes are very popular and represent amazing value, a lot of knowledge is shared at these classes by some of the best fly tiers in the country. Even if you have never tied a fly before you will learn all the basics needed at these classes and be confident to tie flies the rest of the season. During the year we have interesting evenings including talks/slide shows from well known anglers, fly tying demos, fishing competitions, fly tying competitions, quiz evenings etc. Nr Kendal, Cumbria, England, UK
    http://www.lakelandflydressers.co.uk/
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  • Lancashire Fly Fishing Association
    The LFFA was established in 1947. The aims of the club are to promote fly fishing for game fish and to conserve and protect the species and their habitat. The current waters include the River Ribble, Hodder, Lune and also include the River Irt in Cumbria – all of these are situated in some of the country’s areas of most outstanding natural beauty, more details of which are included on this website. Padiham, Lancashire, England, UK
    http://www.lffa.co.uk/
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  • Leeds and District Amalgamated Society of Anglers
    How would you like to be part of one of the largest and oldest angling associations in England? Leeds and District Amalgamated Society of Anglers offers both individual membership, and membership through club affiliation. Members can fish any of our 40+ waters, and automatically gain social membership to The Anglers Club. Leeds, England, UK
    http://www.leedsdasa.co.uk/
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  • Leek & District Fly Fishing Association
    Leek & District Fly Fishing Association was founded in 1972 by a group of anglers from Leek who were disappointed with the lack of fly fishing in the area, particularly river fly fishing. The Association first secured fishing on the river Churnet in 1973, and through good management and maintenance of this stretch of water, the Association's membership and reputation started to grow. It's the strong relationships we maintain with our land owners, the National Trust and the Environment Agency that are essential to the ongoing success of our association. In 2012, LADFFA proudly celebrated its 40th anniversary. Our values remain unchanged – to provide affordable and quality fly fishing to our members. In return we ask our members to respect the waters we fish, the people who visit them and above all the environment of our quarry. Leek, Stoke-On-Trent, England, United Kingdom
    https://www.ladffa.com/
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  • Leighton Angling Society
    The river Severn at its best. The objectives of the Society are to: Promote the sport of angling, Preserve wildlife, Conserve the countryside, and Organise competitions. Withington, Shrewsbury, England, UK
    http://www.leightonangling.co.uk/
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  • Ludlow Fly-Tying Club
    This site is for fly-tyers living in Herefordshire, Shropshire, and Worcestershire or just visiting the Ludlow area. The club was formed from an informal group organised by Derek Young. The club meets at The Blue Boar, Ludlow on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm. Ludlow, Shropshire, England, UK
    http://ludlowflytying.org.uk/
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  • Lure Anglers Canal Club
    The LACC was formed to create a club which would cater for anglers who love lure fishing and to ensure that the fishery will be managed with predators given equal consideration to other fish. We are more than happy to welcome anglers who wish to fish more traditional methods and also except match bookings from clubs, subject to availability. We pride ourself on being a friendly club full of approachable, considerate anglers. We try to be as inclusive as possible and welcome members who wish to fish in more traditional styles. Warwickshire, England, UK
    http://www.lureanglerscanalclub.co.uk/
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  • Lure Anglers' Society
    The Lure Anglers Society is the club for all lure anglers - whether your interest lies in catching pike, perch, chub, zander, bass or even something more exotic. If you are looking for advice on how to start lure angling, help with a particular technique, even lure fishing on foreign travels, there is usually someone in the society, who has been there and done it to offer you advice. The members are very friendly and there is a growing network of local chapters spread around the country so that anglers can meet up for fish-ins, talks or just a pint. We can also put you in touch with members in your area of the country.
    http://www.lureanglers.co.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Luton Angling Club
    Coarse fishing on three lakes, the Great River Ouse and The Grand Union Canal. Luton Angling Club was founded on the 10th April 1922 by local business and professional gentlemen together with ordinary lay people bonded together by the love of fishing. The purpose of this website is to provide a valuable source of information for our members and anyone who is interested in joining the club who are equally bonded by their love of angling. Luton, England, UK
    http://www.lutonac.org/
    (Added: Fri Dec 29 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Macclesfield Waltonians Angling Society
    A friendly Cheshire fishing Club! Macclesfield Waltonians Angling Society is one of the oldest clubs in Europe. Established in 1891. The society has a small membership and offers year round coarse fishing on: Teggs Nose Reservoir Langley, Macclesfield, England, United Kingdom
    http://waltonians.co.uk/
    (Added: Fri Dec 29 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Maidstone Victory Angling Society
    Maidstone Victory Angling Society, offering fishing on a variety of waters across Kent covering a variety of species, from Carp and Pike to coarse angling. M.V.A.S. has a wide variety of waters in the Maidstone area to cater for most types of fishing, from specimen hunting for huge carp, to small ponds and many miles of the River Medway. Maidstone, Kent, England, UK
    https://www.maidstonevictoryanglingsociety.com/
    (Added: Mon Jan 08 2018) - Report this link as bad!
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