Alders Angling & Preservation Society has been established for over fifty years. Their season starts on the 1st April and finishes on the 31st March the following year. They fish for the full twelve months on their three lakes, these are 14, 5,and 4 acres in size which are situated all in close proximity at Larkfield, Kent [just off exit 4 of the M20 on the A228 towards Snodland].
The membership for this current season (2005) is closed. If you wish to go on the waiting list for the following seasons, contact Alders Angling Club at the above e-mail address.
- Bromley [Kent] & District Angling Society -
Bromley [Kent] & District Angling Society have been established since the late 1940's and today have 8 coarse fishing venues covering lakes, rivers and ponds, mainly based on the East Sussex borders up and across to Sevenoaks, Paddock Wood and Tunbridge Wells, all in the South East of England. Our more notable venues include Bradbourne Lakes, within the Sevenoaks Wildfowl Reserve near Sevenoaks and Scarlett's Lake, East Sussex. We hold regular fishing competitions within the club and against other clubs. A number of our venues cater for limited wheel chair access. For the annual club membership costs, see our website.
Chartham and District Angling Society was formed aprox 28 years ago when the founder members approached the local parish council about using the local disused gravel works lake known as Pads Lake [or "mickey mouse lake" to the vets] for coarse fishing.
This pretty 2.5 acre clear water lake near canterbury deep in the county of kent is stocked with most species of freshwater fish including mirror carp [to 27lb], common carp [to 24lb], tench [to 8lb], bream [to 12lb] and pike [to 12lb]. There is also a large head of silver fish for match anglers. The lake in the last 5 years has also had a ongoing stocking of fish what will continue with more double figure carp to be stocked as well as silver fish.
- Cranbrook & District Angling Club -
Cranbrook & District Angling Club, situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent, offers excellent angling for all types of fishermen on a wide range of venues in Kent and Sussex.
Night fishing is permitted at Springwood, Windsurf Pit, Burnt Wood, Rosemary Lakes and the River Medway at East Farleigh & Wateringbury only; all our other waters are dawn to dusk fishing.
Our waters are all set in quiet, unspoiled surroundings and due to the restriction on the numbers of members permitted to join the club, they are never crowded.
Members Guest Tickets are also available at £10.00 per 12 hrs
Tel: 07973 383952
We also have a thriving match section where matches are held most Sundays and anyone can join in. Match venues and dates are printed on your membership card so you know where and when they are.
Newsletters are posted to every member in Spring, Summer and Winter to keep you informed of what is going on in the club.
Top quality club logo’d Polo Shirts, Hoodies and Woolly Hats are available (black or green) – Contact Dave Sherwood for yours!
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For further information on anything regarding the club and its waters contact:
- Dartford & District Angling & Preservation Society -
Dartford & District Angling & Preservation Society was formed on 9 April 1931. Originally called the Dartford Piscatorial Society, its name waas changed to the DDAPS in 1932. From humble beginnings, they now have around 3,000 members including some 270 senior citizen and 30 plus disabled anglers.
Club membership costs for the 2005/06 season are £65 for gentlemen, £40 for ladies and £25 for juniors. Pre-junior, companion/carer, senior citizen, disabled and river only fishing membership categories also available. There is a one off joining fee for the first year only. New members are not permitted to fish at night for the first year and will also have to pay an additional £10 key deposit should they wish to fish their enclosed waters [Horton Kirby and Sutton at Hone].
J Gore [membership secretary] email@example.com
Edenbridge Angling Society is a well established society owning four coarse fishing waters and renting a further ten. The society has a thriving club match programme with matches every Sunday throughout the season. Club waters in the South East of England include a number of fisheries on the River Eden, two fisheries on the River Rother close to the Kent/Sussex border as well as stillwater fisheries providing for all styles of fishing. NB Due to its popularity, Edenbridge Angling Society is currently unable to accept any new members. However they do have a waiting list for when vacancies arise.
- Faversham Angling Club -
Faversham Angling Club was founded in 1950 and owns 3 coarse fishing lakes and controls another in and around Faversham, South East England. The club's lakes are:-
The club has a waiting list for membership and details can be obtained from the Club Secretary [see contact details above]. Day tickets are available from Monday to Friday, 1 August to 28 February but not on Bank Holidays. They can be purchased for the clubs School Pool by contacting Mr & Mrs Kennett, 14 Millfield Road, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8BY. Tel: 01795 534516. Tickets currently have to be obtained in advance of fishing and cost £5 for one rod and £10 for two rods.
- Greenside angling Society -
- Holmesdale Angling and Conservation Society -
Holmesdale Angling and Conservation Society is a small and friendly coarse fishing society based in the South East of England, originally founded in the 1940`s covering a wide range of angling interests including competition fishing with a full program throughout the season. There is also a thriving junior section which also has its own competitions during the the year.
Metro Musketeers Angling Club is a kent based free to join angling club. The club was formed in June 2005 by three bus drivers to offer open competitions to all comers at a variety of venues throughout Kent and surrounding counties.
Established 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, South East England. As well as still water fishing at the Ruxley Gravel Pits and Laddingford Lake, there is excellent river fishing under its control including 7 miles of the River Medway and Eden, Near Tunbridge, Kent, 3 miles of the Royal Military Canal at Iden Lock, Appledore and 6 miles of the River Rother at Robertsbridge. Membership prices are £80 [inclusive of a £30 joining fee] with concessions available for juniors and OAPs.
Established in 1857, Tonbridge and District Angling and Fish Preservation Society offer their members some of the best coarse fishing in the South East of England on fourteen miles of river and nine lakes in and around Tonbridge, Kent.
Day ticket waters are as follows [see location maps on their site]: