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The South East of England has many coarse fishing clubs and associations. Many of these clubs and associations have venues that offer exclusive coarse fishing to their members at very reasonable membership prices. To browse the coarse fishing clubs featured on Fish South East, click on your chosen county link below and then decide which club you want to see details of. [Currently covering fishing clubs and associations in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, East Sussex, Hertfordshire, London, Kent, Surrey & West Sussex.]
DescriptionThe Barnet & District Angling Club was started in 1933 by a group of keen local fishermen who wanted to provide fishing facilities to local anglers.
DescriptionThe Berkhamsted & District Angling Society is a longstanding Club, having been established in 1933.
DescriptionBillericay and District Angling Club was formed in 1957, and now is the largest in Essex, offering fishing on 31 lakes and stretches of the river Roding, Blackwater, Pant, Wid and Stour. BDAC is affil
DescriptionLocated in West Sussex, Billingshurst Angling Society welcome members of all ages and abilities.
DescriptionThe Blenheim Angling Society was founded in 1880 and offers lake, river and canal fishing to is members in Berkshire
DescriptionBromley (Kent) & District Angling Society have been established since the late 1940's at Sevenoaks andf oiffer fishing in kent at 8 venues
DescriptionCarshalton & District Angling Society was formed back in 1919 and is a friendly club giving their members a range of waters to fish in the South East of England
DescriptionCALPAC which is the acronym for Central Association London Provincial Angling Clubs was formed in 1879.
DescriptionChartham and District Angling Society, formed approximately 40 years ago, when the founder members approached the local Parish Council about using the local gravel pit for coarse fishing
DescriptionWith 14 Lakes and miles and miles of river fishing, Chelmsford Angling Association offer quite simply some of the best fishing in Essex
DescriptionThe CSAS owns or rents a variety of fisheries around London and the Home Counties.
DescriptionCopthorne and District Angling Society offer quiet and secluded angling on a range of picturesque venues based in and around Copthorne, West Sussex
DescriptionCranbrook & District Angling Club is a friendly fishing club, situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent, offers excellent fishing in Kent and Sussex to its members
DescriptionCranleigh Angling Society was established in 1927 and has waters in and around Cranleigh, in Surrey.
DescriptionCrawley Angling Society offers access to ten waters in the Crawley area, as well as a number of exchange waters with other clubs all over the South East.
DescriptionCrowborough and District Angler's Association offer both freshwater, saltwater and some stream based Trout fishing.to it's members in and around Crowborough in East Sussex
DescriptionKent’s premier angling club since 1931 | Angling for all species of fresh water fish in its lakes at Dartford, Tonbridge, Sutton at Hone and Horton Kirby as well as stretches of the Rivers Medway, Beu
DescriptionDoe's Angling Club, established in 1955 is a coarse fishing club based in Essex
DescriptionDorset Arms Angling Club is a friendly, local fishing club offering River and Stillwater fishing in the East Sussex, West Kent areas.
DescriptionEdenbridge Angling Society has been established for over 60 years, and own two still waters, two stretches of river and have access to eight other waters
DescriptionLocated on the Surrey/Hampshire/Berkshire borders, Farnham Angling Society is one of the largest and most successful fishing clubs in the South of England.
DescriptionLocated on the Surrey/Hampshire/Berkshire borders, Farnham Angling Society is one of the largest and most successful fishing clubs in the South of England.
DescriptionFaversham's premiere coarse fishing lakes | Faversham Angling Club was founded in 1950 and now owns 4 local lakes, with the rights to fish 1 other.
DescriptionGerrards Cross and Uxbridge District Angling society. are an established Angling Club Founded in 1933 by a few local anglers and we are now one of the largest societies in the Colne Valley.
DescriptionGodalming Angling Society was founded in 1881 with about 25 members- fishing Broadwater and the River Wey and Godalming Navigation.
DescriptionHAPS Is a small, friendly club that was formed in 1982 to control fishing at Jack's Lake in Hadley Woods, Barnet, Hertfordshire.
DescriptionHarrow Angling Society is a family friendly fishing club in the heart of the Colne Valley which was founded in 1937 by a small body of anglers.
DescriptionHassocks and District Angling Society offer some of the best coarse fishing in the heart of Sussex both for pleasure fishing and match angling in lakes, ponds, and rivers
DescriptionFounded over 100 years ago in 1912, Haywards Heath and District Angling Society has grown to become one of the leading angling clubs in Sussex
DescriptionHenfield and District Angling Society are a friendly club, based in West Sussex, with prime river, stream and all year round stillwater fishing at an affordable price.
DescriptionHolmesdale Angling and Conservation Society covers a range of angling interests including competition fishing with matches throughout the season in Kent
Description www.FishingIntuition.com was founded in August 2022. Yes, we are new and upcoming. However, we have been fishing for over 60 years and have caught both freshwater and saltwater fish.
Description www.FishingIntuition.com was founded in August 2022. Yes, we are new and upcoming. However, we have been fishing for over 60 years and have caught both freshwater and saltwater fish.
DescriptionThe Leatherhead & District Angling Society was founded in 1947 and offers fantastic fishing along three miles of the River Mole, and three excellent still water fisheries.
DescriptionLee Green Angling Club is a small, friendly freshwater angling club based in Lee Green, near Lewisham in South London.
DescriptionMaldon Angling Society is a thriving but relatively small coarse fishing club, situated in mid-Essex, South East England. Most Society waters are within easy reach of the A12 just 30 minutes from Junc
DescriptionMilton Keynes Angling Association offers yearly membershp and some day tickets for lake, river and canal fishing for anglers in and around Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire
DescriptionEstablished in 1931, Orpington and District Angling Association offers a wide range of coarse fishing to its members, including still water lakes and picturesque rivers in the heart of Kent and Sussex
DescriptionEstablished in 1875, Ouse Angling Preservation Society (OAPS) has access to fishing on many parts of the tidal and non-tidal Sussex Ouse downstream as far as Hamsey, north of Lewes.
DescriptionPetworth and Bognor Angling offer a superb range of fishing venues foir it's members on the beautiful lakes, ponds and rivers of West Sussex.
DescriptionPulborough Angling Society offers prime coarse fishing on eight lakes & ponds and over seven miles of river in the scenic Sussex countryside
DescriptionReading and District Angling Association owns or leases some 25 miles of the River Kennet, River Thames, River Loddon and Kennet & Avon Canal – as well as 14 lakes – comprising some of the most varie
DescriptionSeaford Angling Club, is a small but friendly fishing club in East Sussex that has a mix of still waters and rivers catering for all types of angling, with regular well attended matches.
DescriptionSouthlake Angling Society is a thriving angling club, situated in Woodley, Berkshire. Established 21st April 1969 the Society has three venues, catering for the specimen hunter, match and pleasure ang
DescriptionThatcham Angling Association provides good quality fishing, both on rivers and still-waters, in the Thatcham area of Berkshire.
DescriptionThe London Anglers Association offers fishing rights to anglers across a variety of waters in Southern England.
DescriptionTonbridge and District Angling and Fish Preservation Society some of the best coarse fishing in the South East of England on fourteen miles of river and nine lakes
DescriptionTring Anglers are a friendly angling club based in Hertfordshire, committed to promoting fishing for all ages.
DescriptionTurnford Angling Consortium [TAC] is one of the oldest coarse fishing clubs in the Lee Valley. It was formed by several clubs coming together to jointly manage soem fisheries
DescriptionFounded circa 1884, Uxbridge Rovers is one of the oldest angling societies in the UK, and is now one of the premiere fishing clubs in West London, Middlesex and the Colne valley.

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