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PLEASE NOTE: IN ORDER TO JOIN A FISHING CLUB YOU WILL NEED TO CONTACT THEM DIRECTLY. Please see the Fishing Clubs page and select the club you are interested in, then go to their website or contact them.

To find out how much it costs to fish a particular venue (or similar details) you will need to contact the fishery owner / manager / agent as shown in the fishing venue page (this is normally a link to their website).

This website is a guide to angling and a directory of fisheries, it does not run any fisheries.

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Please contact us to add your fishery or angling club, or to have details updated or corrected. All listings are totally free.

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11 thoughts on “Contact Us”

  1. Hi I am trying to find the owners information a number or email or something for the Aldershot garrison angling club as I would like to join!

    Their website has no number no email no nothing.

    Can you please advise me?!

    Many Thanks!


  2. Bernadette Girling

    I am trying to find information about lesions on fishing for my Grandsons one is nearly 13 and his brother is 11. I bought them gifts of fishing rods but know nothing about fishing.
    Many thanks

    1. You could try your local fishing tackle shop, they tend to be mines of useful angling information and may know someone who could arrange some lessons.
      During warmer weather organisations such as the Environment Agency and the Canal & River Trust sometimes run activity days for youngsters who want to try angling. It may be worth keeping an eye on the Twitter feeds for London and the South East.
      The Canal & River Trust has some starter videos here

  3. My son is 12 and would love to fish at Frensham pond for a few hours tomorrow. Does he need a special licence or am I able to bring him and let him fish?

    1. Frensham Small and Great Ponds are season ticket only. Rushmoor Lakes are day ticket, so you can just turn up and pay to fish. 12 year olds and above do need a Rod Licence.

  4. Hello, My 6 years old son is on holidays at his grandma’s. She lives in Uxbridge by the river Frays (between the M40 and the high street). Can he fish in the river there ? I know it’s possible by Little Britain lake but she hasn’t got a car to take him… so can he fish in the river just behind the house? Will he need a licence? If so, where can he get one and how much is it? We come from France and just haven’t got a clue…?
    Thanks a lot for answering.

  5. Hello, I live in Leigh and this may seem ridiculous to you but, I’d like to get a few sticklebacks for my pond. Could I possibly get some from you, if you have them or, do you know of a locality where they are present, please?
    I look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time.
    Kind regards,

  6. Please can you tell me the price of a season ticket for virginia waters. Also is that for 24 hour fishing or just days.

    1. Indeed there is. That part of the Thames falls within the Thames Byelaw Area, and coarse fishing on rivers is banned from 15th March to 15th June inclusive in that Area.
      The Thames at Molesey Lock cannot be coarse fished now until June the 16th.

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