Ashford Angling Society is a friendly, family orientated club that looks to provide our members with many different angling challenges across the South East of Kent. We are particularly proud of our own complex of 3 lakes on the outskirts of Ashford.
The variety of fishing that we provide at Surrenden and the other waters is some of the finest in the area.
We are continually developing our offer to ensure that we cater for as many different types of angler as possible. Why not come and take a look. You’ll be amazed!
We also offer our members many other waters including Singleton Lake, stretches of the River Stour, Stretches of the River Rother and Lovelace Farm fishery.
Cinque Ports Angling Society was founded in the 1920`s. It was originally a sea and course fishing club, but it is now totally course fishing. We have the fishing rights to 11 miles of the Royal Military Canal. The first section is 7 miles long from Seabrook to West Hythe. Then the there is a 4 mile section from West Hythe to Giggers Green. We also have the fishing rights to two Ponds at Beachborough at Etchinghill, nr Folkestone, Kent.
Cranbrook & District Angling Club, a friendly fishing club offers excellent fishing in Kent and Sussex on a wide range of fishing lakes and rivers. Formed in 1951, the Club has grown over the years to 600+ members.
Dartford & District Angling and Preservation Society
The objects of the Society shall be the preservation of fish and angling amenities in Society waters and other waters in the district; to co-operate with local authorities and riparian owners against river pollution; the encouragement of fair and sportsmanlike angling; and the observance of the statutory close season. Dartford and District Angling and Preservation Society. Kents premier angling club since 1931. Angling for all species of fresh water fish in its lakes at Dartford, Sutton at Hone and Horton Kirby as well as stretches of the Rivers Medway, Beult and Tiese.
Holmesdale Angling and Conservation Society is a small and friendly Society, originally founded in the 1940`s and covers a wide range of angling interests including competition fishing with a full program throughout the Season.
Kemsley Community Angling and Preservation Society
Kemsley Community Angling Preservation Society currently has 2 lakes within walking distance from each other in Kemsley Sittingbourne. We are a community run club for members and the public. Anyone can fish here as long as you hold a current fishing licence with the Environment Agency which can be purchased at any post office or online at www.environment-agency.gov.uk. Club rules apply to all anglers.
The Society aims to provide anglers, with varied, quality fishing at a number of locations, in Kent, at an affordable cost. The Society cater for match and pleasure anglers and offers some of the best specimen carp fishing in Kent.
Pittlands Lakes Angling Club is a friendly family run fishing complex located in the Weald of Kent. The club has been going strong for over 25 years and with members from all over the country. All 3 lakes are generously stocked with a variety of fish
Common Carp, Mirror Carp, Crucian Carp, Tench, Bream, Silver Rudd, Golden Rudd, Roach, Perch, Gudgeon, Chub, Ide, Golden Tench
We are a small, friendly, long-established club which caters for most types and styles of coarse fishing (pleasure and specimen. Our waters, which are in Surrey and Kent, (four lakes, a stretch of the upper Medway and a stretch of the upper Eden) are easily accessible, and well-stocked with most species of coarse fish, including many of specimen size. We offer excellent fishing in safe, secluded surroundings for carp, tench, bream, pike, perch, roach, crucian carp and barbel. We positively encourage junior and lady members, serious pleasure anglers of all ages and last not least those who look to provide quiet, satisfying recreation. You will find our weaers well-maintained, litter-free and very rarely crowded For more detailed descriptions of our waters, please see the relevant pages. We aim to offer coarse fishing which represents good value and we maintain and improve our waters regularly. To help maintain what we think is excellent value we need a little help from you in the form of your labour. Members are required to attend one working party per year.
Carp, tench, bream, pike, perch, roach, crucian carp and barbel.