Cranleigh Angling Society is based in the Villiage of Cranleigh in Surrey. Members can fish many waters in and around the Cranleigh area.
Membership of the Society entitles members to 3 days fishing on production of the membership handbook.
Membership prices for the 2009/2010 season are:-
- 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:
Contact: Malcolm Richardson [Hon. Sec]. 87 Summers Road, Farncombe, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 3BE, England.
Godalming Angling Society was founded in 1881 with about 25 members- fishing Broadwater and the River Wey and Godalming Navigation. The first inter-club competition- against Guildford Angling Society [founded 1882] was held on the river Wey in 1882. They now have over 1400 adult members and 370 junior members, the vast majority of these living in the GU postcode area.
Membership costs for the 2005/06 season are as follows:
Contact: P Turnbull, 8 Heathfield, Reigate Heath, Reigate, Surrey, England, RH2 8QR or email@example.com
Leatherhead & District Angling Society was founded in 1947 and has 3 miles of the river Mole, as well as two still water fisheries and associations with Willingshurst and Studpond fisheries. The Mole has been described as the best kept secret in southern England and is a positive aqaurium of species. It really can be a superb winter fishery when many of the other rivers and still waters in the area have slowed down.
Contact: Coldhardbour Lane, Thorpe, Surrey, TW20 8RA, England or 01932 583 630 or firstname.lastname@example.org
RMC Angling is the largest commercial, coarse fishing organisation in the UK currently offering over 70 mature, fish-filled lakes and 20 stretches of river. Although based in Surrey, the RMC has venues all over the South East. The RMC believe in more than just fishing though - they believe in working in harmony with nature to create environments in which fish thrive and in which anglers can enjoy the very best possible sport in the most natural surroundings.
Contact: Mr David Adby, 4 Park Road, Limpsfield, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 0AL, England. Tel No: 01883 712299.
Warlingham and District Angler's Society was formed in 1947 and "exists to promote the sport of angling and to ensure that our members have opportunities to fish in well stocked waters in peaceful surroundings in North East Surrey and Croydon."
Primarily a coarse fishing club they hold friendly competitions and occasionally stray into the more competitive local leagues and enter a team in the NFA National. Their waters, based in the South East of England, include rivers and stillwaters which include quality fish with catches of over 100 lb possible. Club waters are The River Medway, Wateringbury and still waters at Slugwash Lane, Haywards heath and Charts Plain, Copthorne.
Anyone is able to apply for club membership regardless of gender, race or disability and junior members are most welcome. NB. All able bodied members over 18 are expected to attend at least one working party per year.
Contact: Dave Phillips [WVDAA Secretary] on 01252 542540 or e-mail to email@example.com
Contact: Tony Maynard [President] on 020 8907 0631 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wey Valley Disabled Anglers Association was formed in 1985 and became a registered charity in March 1986. The Association, founded by disabled anglers for all anglers, provides coarse fishing and fishing competitions for disabled and helper able-bodied members alike. They are also committed to promoting interest, providing assistance and acting in an advisory capacity to other clubs and associations in the provision of facilities for disabled anglers.
Their fixture list comprises a 28 match Summer League for their disabled and able-bodied members. They run an annual Integrated National Angling Championship, both for the Physically Challenged and Able-bodied Helper Anglers, at Willow Park, South East England. And each year, thanks to Godalming AS, they hold a Charity Sponsored Fish-in on their Broadwater Lake to raise much needed funds for our association.