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Angling and Fishing clubs are the best way to find suitable fishing spots. They often have private lakes and ponds or have licensed sections of canals and rivers for fly fishing and coarse fishing. Most clubs arrange matches throughout the UK thereby giving access to alternative angling spots not normally available to the everyday angler.

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Ampthill Angling Club waters include River Ouse and several lakes.

Fly Fishing Days and Lessons on still-water and rivers of the Cotswolds for trout and grayling

Probably the best specimen ashfield angling club in England.

Formed in 1958; Aspatria Angling Club provides fishing for wild brown trout; sea trout and salmon on the River Ellen.

The Astwood Bank Angling Club has venues with Carp to 25lb+; the club also holds a large stretch of the Warwickshire Avon that is popular with the barbel anglers with regular captures of double figure Barbel. There are also a number of lakes which…

Trout fishing on Bristol Avon tributaries south of Bath. Coarse fishing on Somerset Frome and Bristol Avon.

Membershipprices for the 2019/20 season will be as follows AdultMembership £20 Junior/OAPMembership £10

Guests: Guests are actively encouraged but only when accompanied by a member. Members may bring guests throughout the year; this now includes night fishing. A maximum of two guests per day per membership card are permitted. Members only can purchase…

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…

Barnt Green Fishing Club is situated close to the Lickey Hills on the edge of the South Birmingham boundary. It is a long established club formed in 1888. The club provides fly fishing in private gated waters; the object being to provide high…