- Crowborough & District Anglers Association -
Telephone: 01892 655504
Crowborough and District Angler's Association began life in 1948 when a group of young men returned from the war. Intitially the club was set up to provide day trips for sea anglers. But over time freshwater fishing began to play a greater role and coarse waters were added to the roster. These days the club can offer both freshwater, saltwater and some stream based Trout fishing.
- Dorset Arms Angling Club -
Location in South East:
Fisheries accessible to club members:
Rivers: River Medway, Eridge Stream, Rother Fisheries.
The Ouse Angling Preservation Society was formed in 1875, and gives access to coarse and game (mainly sea-trout) fishing on several miles of the River Ouse in the South East of England.
Set in the beautiful Sussex countryside the Seaford Angling Club boast some of the premier freshwater fishing in the south east, with lakes, rivers, drains and ancient moats there is something for every angler be they after Roach, Carp or mammoth Pike.