Newark & District Piscatorial Federation

Newark & District Piscatorial FederationThe Federation now owns the largest proportion of the fishing rights on the Trent and Trent Dyke in the area of the town of Newark in Nottinghamshire. Also controls stretches of the tidal Trent and a section on the Upper Witham as well as the River Devon in Devon Park. Most of the waters can be fished on a day ticket.

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Smeaton’s Lakes

Smeaton's Lakes4 day ticket coarse and carp fishing lakes in Nottinghamshire plus fishing on the River Trent. Touring caravan park.

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Collingham Angling Association

Collingham Angling AssociationCollingham Angling Association, Established 1900. Waters include the Tidal Trent below Cromwell weir and some of the local reclaimed gravel workings.

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Long Eaton Victoria Angling Society

Long Eaton Victoria Angling SocietyLong Eaton Victoria Angling Society in Nottighamshire has carp and coarse fishing Cranfleet Canal, Erewash Canal, Fletchers Pond, Grange Pond, River Soar, River Trent. Day tickets available for some waters.

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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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Nottingham Anglers Association

Nottingham Anglers AssociationOne of the largest fishing clubs in the Midlands with a membership in excess of 3000 anglers offers members a wide variety of angling on rivers, canals, gravel pits, lakes and ponds.

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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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Burton Mutual Angling Association

Burton Mutual Angling AssociationThe association has the fishing rights to over twenty waters in the Burton on Trent area offering some of the best coarse fishing in the area, consistently producing specimen fish in idyllic environments.

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Birmingham Anglers Association

excerpt thumbVery large club offering a huge amount of waters including the River Anker, River Avon, River Severn, River Lugg, River Trent, River Teme, River Stour, Birmingham Worcester Canal, Coventry Canal Huddlesford, Fazeley Canal, Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal,Trent & Mersey Canal and venues of Apperley, Coppice Lake, Mythe Pool, Nordley, Stubbs, Uckinghall, Walcot East Lake. Day tickets available.

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