Cambridgeshire Fishing & Angling Clubs
Fishing & Angling Clubs in Cambridge, Ely, Huntingdon, March, Soham, Wisbech
Cambridge Fish Preservation & Angling Society Ltd
Cambridgeshire angling venues include 30 miles of river fishing, 5 Lakes, 4 Pits and 1 Pond
Cambridge USC Angling Club
River and reservoir fishing available with this angling club
Contact InformationWeb Site: Cambridge USC Angling Club
USSC Social Club, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1RX.
Offord & Buckden A.S.
Fishing the River Great Ouse at Offord Cluny. 2009-2010 catches include Carp of 34lb, 32lb,28lb. Chub to 6lb. Pike to 25lb. Some Barbel to 10lb. Bream to 7lb inc a 100lb bag. Perch to over 3lb , Weir Pools, fast shallow runs Lock cuts, Deep slow flowing sections, boat free Sections.
Carp, Chub, Barbel, Bream, Pike, Roach ,Perch, Tench,
St Ives Fish Preservation and Angling Society
Founded in 1881 the main objective of St Ives Fish Preservation and Angling Society is to promote good fellowship among anglers, and to provide genuine sport for its members by aquiring fishing rights from owners of private waters and occupiers of land adjoining the River Ouse, by protecting fish and restocking when necessary, by reporting evidence of pollution and by prosecuting cases of illegal fishing, netting, taking undersized fish.
Waterbeach Angling Club
Waterbeach Angling Club was formed in June 1936, by a party of local anglers. There venues includes, The River Cam, The Old West river, Leland Water, Atkins Water, Magpie Lake, Hatley's Children's Pit, Swaffham Bulbeck Lode, Frolic Farm, Lode