Windermere Ambleside & District Angling Association

Windermere Ambleside & District Angling Association Windermere Ambleside & District Angling Association

Windermere, Ambleside & District Angling Association

Windermere, Ambleside and District Angling Association (WADAA) is the largest angling club in Cumbria offering a huge variety of waters and facilities to both members and visitors alike.

Waters include: Ghyll Head, High Fairbanks, Kentmere, Thirlmere, High Newton, Dubbs,  Simpson Ground, Moss Eccles,Hayeswater, High Arnside, Ratherheath, Cleabarrow, Rydal, Rothay & Brathay, Atkinsons, Castle Head, Grasmere, Blelham, Thirlmere.

Day tickets are available for:

High Newton Trout Fishery – rainbow trout
Ghyll Head Trout Fishery – rainbow trout
Moss Eccles Tarn – brown trout
Hayeswater – brown trout
Thirlmere Trout – brown trout
Rivers Rothay and Brathay – brown trout
Grasmere – pike and coarse
Rydal Water – pike and coarse
Thirlmere Pike – pike

Coarse matches are open to all members.

WADAA membership is open to everyone. Full membership is currently closed but places may be available from 1st March following existing member renewals with a waiting list in operation.

Information on all aspects of fishing in this beautiful corner of North West England. A detailed venue guide with many fishery maps showing the best places to fish in the Lake District. Find out about Windermere, Ambleside and District Angling Association and its superb fisheries plus further information on hiring a boat, going on a guided trip, tackle shops, information on Lake District fishery byelaws and even accommodation offering free fishing.

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