Matlock Angling Club

Matlock Angling ClubThe Club has caters for both still water and river fishing. Fishing for trout is available and all legal methods may be used and the River Derwent has several good stretches for fly fishing for wild brown trout and grayling and the occasional wild or stocked rainbow trout, the Derwent is noted for the extremely good Grayling fishing.

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Derbyshire County Angling Club

Derbyshire County Angling ClubMiles of excellent fishing on the rivers Derwent, Trent and Idle and the Chesterfield Canal at Retford along with a superb lake near Sawley and another 20 acre lake at Willington.There are separate membership sections for the Lower Derwent, the River Idle and the Chesterfield Canal at Retford.

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Darely Dale Fly Fishing club

Darely Dale Fy Fishing club3 miles of trout fly fishing on the River Derwent upstream and downstream of the main road bridge at Rowsley in Derbyshire. The club operates a waiting list system.

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Pride of Derby Angling Association

Pride of DerbyCoarse angling club based in Derbyshire with extensive waters.

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Warrington Anglers Association

Warrington Anglers AssociationRiver fisheries range from the Severn catchment to the Dee, Dove, Derwent, Trent and Ribble areas and the River Wye. Stillwater fisheries cater for the pleasure angler and specimen hunter alike, and stretch across Lancashire, Cheshire and beyond.

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