Essex Fishing & Angling Clubs
Fishing & Angling Clubs in Southend on Sea, Romford, Ilford, Basildon, Harlow, Chelmsford, Colchester
Bardag Angling Association
The Bardag Club is run by anglers for anglers and with the help of Barking and Dagenham Council we have always strived to provide good affordable angling, not just to our members, but to everyone using the waters that we administer. It has never been club policy to profit by this administration, which is done voluntarily by our members. Monies from fishing fees are used wholly on the upkeep of the waters and to ensure rent and insurance costs are met.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Bardag Angling Association
Eastbrookend Country Park, Rush Green, Essex, RM7 0SS.
07859 780451 - Head Bailiff
Becmain Angling Society
Becmain Angling Society control three day ticket waters, Valence Moat in Dagenham is a small lake ideal for juniors learning to fish, the fish include roach, rudd, crucians, perch, gudgeon. There's also larger carp nearing double figures for the more advanced angler. Harwood Hall, (also known as Parklands) in Upminster is again a nice lake for juniors. The water also holds a good head of large carp and carp anglers visit the water regularly, there's some pike and all the usual fish including roach, rudd, crucian. Pea Lane Fishery also in Upminster is our newest day ticket water, this lake is for the angler that wants peace and quiet, youngsters under 18 must be accompanied by adult. The lake is very well looked after and if you leave any rubbish beware the bailiff! as this is his pet hate. In 1998 the club took over the fishing rights of Garnish Hall at Abridge, this water is for members only, it's a small lake with an island in the middle, the carp there go to double figures and roach and rudd are abundant. The lake is at the back of a farmhouse, and again is well kept and free of litter.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Becmain Angling Society
48 Coote Road, Dagenham, Essex, RM8 3EA.
0208 491 8786
Billericay and District Angling Club
Formed in 1957 this fishing club is the largest in Essex. They offer fishing on 30 lakes and stretches of the river Roding, Blackwater, Pant, Wid and Stour.
Chelmsford Angling Association
With 15 Lakes and miles and miles of river fishing, Chelmsford angling association offer quite simply some of the best fishing in essex.
Colchester Angling Preservation Society Limited
We have 17 stillwaters with over 80 acres between them. plus in excess of 8 miles of rivers. Our waters contain carp to over 40lb, tench to over 12lb, chub over 6lb and cats over 50lb. We also have a good head of pike, roach and bream. We do allow night fishing at most of our venues.
Doe's Angling Club
Hollow Angling Society
Hollow Angling Society is a small fishing club with nine differing still waters and six sections of river fishing all around the north east corner of the M25. Ranging from ideal junior ponds to serious Carp fishing waters and a famous natural river We are members of the Fishers Green Consortium controlling the complex consisting of the Old River Lea, the Flood relief channel from Holyfield [Langridge] weir to Fishers Green lane, Seventy Acre lake, part of Holyfield [Langridge] lake, Hooks Marsh, and the top of the Cornmill stream We are members of the Turnford Angling Consortium controlling the Slipe lane fishery in the Lea Valley Regional Park, consisting of Railway pit, Marsh pit, Lea pit and Boot pit, well known for their specimen fish especially notable are the Tench, Bream and Carp. We are members of the Enfield Angling Council controlling Woodlands lake in Forty hall, a typical estate lake full of Carp, Roach, Perch, Eels and Pike We are members of the Waltham Abbey Angling Society controlling the Old River lea running through the Dragonfly meadows north of the Waltham Abbey by pass . Our other member only fishery is Paradise lake in the Warlies estate between Woodford and Epping. We also have tickets for the Lea Relief Channel between Waltham Abbey and Waltham Cross.
Kelvedon Angling Association
Contact InformationWeb Site: Kelvedon Angling Association
, Kelvedon, Essex, .
Maldon Angling Society
Contact InformationWeb Site: Maldon Angling Society
Membership Secretary, Paul Kyffin, Great Totham, Essex, CM9 8NL.
Parks Angling Club
Saffron Walden Angling Club
Saffron Walden Angling Club have several stillwaters - Bordeaux Pit, just a few miles out of Saffron Walden near Little Chesterford. The water has three distinct sections with two main bays and an island at it`s northerly end, in total some 39 swims are available. At full winter levels around 6-7ft of water can be found with the swims around the island some 18`` less. Longmoor Lake - is the correct name of what is often referred to as Whittlesford Pit. Mepal Pit - This reed fringed lake extends to some three acres and is oblong in shape with one end almost cut in half by a reed bed. The river waters include The Great Ouse - The club`s stretch of the Ouse extends from the Junction with the Old West at Little Thetford and runs some 1.75 miles downsteam. Old West - The water runs from the Great Ouse junction upstream for approx 800 yds.
Willowmere & Chaswater Angling Club
Two 3 acre lakes. Members only fly fishing club, located near Writtle in the peaceful Essex countryside.Brown trout, Rainbow trout