Nantwich Angling Society

Nantwich Angling Society Nantwich Angling Society

Nantwich Angling Society Nantwich Angling Society

Nantwich Angling Society


A long  established fishing society established over a 100 years ago and based in Nantwich Cheshire.  Primarily a leisure fishing club with a growing membership of all ages.  We welcome new members to our club and our society is affiliated to the Angling Trust.

Waters include

River Weaver –  The River Weaver flows through the picturesque Elizabethan market town of Nantwich and out into the surrounding farmland. Within walking distance of the town are numerous places for fishing which are easily accessible (with free parking).  The fishing varies from slower moving water in the fishing pools by the lakes, to faster flowing water in the mainstreams.   Good all year round fishing with good chub, perch, dace, carp, pike, grayling, roach, gugeon, tench, brown and rainbow trout.

River Dee – Fishing on the Cheshire/Welsh border – The River Dee around Holt Farndon is one of the best places for all round fishing escpecially in Winter months when it really comes into its own.  A wide variety  of fish can be caught including chub, grayling, barbel, roach, rudd and pike.

River Tern – Waters Upton Near Hodnet -Set in unspoilt farmland in Shropshire,  the River Tern is a narrow but deceptive river that flows eventually into the River Severn at Atcham.  Good water with gin clear water in summer for dace, pike, chub, perch and trout.

River Severn – Leighton Bridge near Welshpool.  The river Severn water  having three beats that are shared with another local club Crewe Amalgamated Anglers and with NAS having exclusive access to their own stretch of a adjoining beat as well.  Beautifull water set in idylic scenery  with deep gravel runs for barbel, chub and trout amongst other coarse fishing.

Members only, but at very very reasonable cost.  Cards can also be purchased at local tackle shops.

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1 comment to Nantwich Angling Society

  • Flying Fish

    NEW – details not on membership booklet – Trent & Mersey Canal at Middlewich

    The Association has joined a consortium of 7 angling clubs in order to secure the lease on the 3 mile stretch at Middlewich (bridge 163 – 167) which was formerly held by the Cheshire Anglers match group. This is alongside the main stretch along the Booth Lane road (same road as Daves Tackle shop) between Middlewich and Cledford.
    This water can be fished with immediate effect.
    Photographs to follow on the website soon ….

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