Welcome to Warminster and District Angling Club. The club was formed in 1961. The club is now in its 61st. year and has around 1000 members. The club operates as a “Not for profit” amateur sports club and prides itself on helping youngsters and people of all abilities have access to the sport.
The club has sixteen waters; four Match lakes at Todber Manor, Crockerton lake, Eden Vale, two lakes at Witham Friary, Berkley lake, two lakes at White Post, Cara’s Lake, the Limpley Stoke fishery on the Bristol Avon, Kennet & Avon canal at Limpley Stoke, a stretch of the River Stour and a beautiful stretch of the River Frome at Rode. Members can also enjoy their fishing at many of our neighbouring clubs with our exchange ticket program.
The club offers fantastic fishing for all anglers whether you’re a carp angler, after the silver fish and tench, or want to go for some of the predatory species. More details of the species can be found in the club waters section of our site.
There is a growing match scene within the club and as well as a well established senior match we are also starting to run club matches open to all members.
The club’s next Annual General Meeting is usually held in April of each year. All members are invited to attend. General committee meetings are held every two months, the dates will be published on this site when appropriate.
We also have a very active Facebook page where you can keep up to date with whats happening in the club, chat with other members and ask the committee questions.
During the warmer months the Club holds regular ‘teaching’ sessions for the youngsters introducing them into the ‘Art of Angling’ This has become very popular with the junior anglers so if you would like to give it a go contact Richard Curtis on 07506054803.
Thinking of joining? See our Membership page for more details. Or just come a long to one of our fun family events.
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