The society operate an open membership scheme avoiding the inconvenience of waiting lists and nomination procedures.
The membership year runs from January 1st until December 31st of the same year.
A one acre pool on the outskirts of Congleton, Goodwins Pool is the Society’s premier water containing Roach, Rudd, Bream, Carp, Perch, Gudgeon, Chub and a small Catfish. Goodwins Pool is the venue for all our junior angler events, a Tuesday evening summer league, fund raising matches and a number of club matches.
A large reservoir on the outskirts of Stoke-on-Trent that holds large shoals of roach and bream in addition to specimen carp and pike. Congleton Anglers are part of the consortium that own the rights on this water.
A 30 peg stretch of the canal between bridges 68 (Buxton Road, Buglawton) and 66 (toward Macclesfield) that was acquired in September 2001. This stretch will be used as an alternative match venue to Goodwins Pool for both the juniors and seniors in coming years.
Trent & Mersey Canal
A prime stretch of the T&M which we acquired in October 2002. The stretch will take about 30 pegs and is a known hotspot for catches of quality roach. Besides the roach there are barbel in excess of 6lb and carp well into double figures. It is also known as the “Romping Donkey” stretch.
Congleton Town Centre
Come along to Goodwins Pool and receive some tuition from members of the club. It’s free to attend and you’ll be amazed how much you’ll learn in such a short period of time! The teach-ins for 2010 will be held on the Wednesday evening preceding each match with a start time of 6pm.
Members only at reasonable cost. Regular matches held.