- Farnham Angling Society -
With fifteen stillwaters, varying from picturesque estate lakes and larger impressive gravel pits, to small, well stocked ponds, Farham Angling Society are able to provide match, pleasure and specialist anglers with over 160 acres of Stillwater fishing and 7 miles of river fishing.
Membership costs for the 2006/07 season are as follows:
The Reading and District Angling Association owns or leases some 22 miles of the River Kennet, River Thames, River Loddon and Kennet & Avon Canal as well as 13 lakes, offering some of the best coarse fishing in the South East of England. There are 36 coarse fishing clubs affiliated to the Association which caters for all types of anglers - the pleasure angler, the match angler and the specimen hunter.
- Southlake Angling Society -
Southlake 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 angler alike.
Southlake Angling Society presently have 2 lakes and 2 stretches of river, all of which provide excellent fishing throughout the season.
(Application forms downloadable from website)
- Thatcham Angling Association -
Thatcham Angling Association is a coarse fishing club, situated in Thatcham, Berkshire. The association has a membership of approximately 600 anglers of all ages, and though most live within a 15 mile radius of Thatcham town centre, associate members come from far and wide, including an angler from Scotland who travels down for the excellent chub and barbel fishing to be had on the Associations excellent stretches of the River Kennet. The lakes complex cater for every type of angler, whether it is the specimen hunter after the large carp, bream or tench or the pleasure angler who can bag up on the smaller varieties, such as rudd, roach, perch etc. Match angling plays an important part of any clubs activities and Thatcham Angling Association is no exception, hosting a number of club and interclub matches each year.