Welcome to the Web Links page.

Below you’ll find web links to clubs and resources that hopefully you’ll find useful

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Penketh and Old Hall Angling Society, based in Warrington

Established in 1983, and having one managed water – Brownlee Pool

Brownlee is a superb members-only fishery, located in a quiet wooded area, just off Shackleton Close, Old Hall, Warrington

The club also has a competitive match calendar, running throughout the entire year

Check their website out for further details

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Newton-le-Willows Anglers Association was inaugurated in 1974

At the present time (Dec 2020) there are 19 waters in their portfolio

Members-only club, with access to stillwaters and canals

The club also has a competitive match calendar, running throughout the entire year

Check the NWAA website for further details

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Moathouse Angling Academy has been set up by two level 2 angling coaches, Jackie Burns and Paul Lucas, to work with ladies and juniors in learning to fish.

Regular matches through the summer, and coaching throughout the year

Check their website out for further details

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Moathouse Fisheries is located on Moathouse Farm, on the outskirts of Burtonwood village. Approx. 3 miles from Junction 8 of the M62 and 2 miles from Clock Face & New Bold.

There are three great waters to choose from; Teal Pool, Heron Pool and Mallard Pool

Check their website out for further details

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Warrington Anglers Association controls a wide range of fisheries on rivers, canals and Stillwater’s in the North West of England.

The club controls 33 miles of canal, more than 60 miles of river fishing and in excess of 160 acres of pool and lake fishing. All fisheries are members-only

Check their website out for further details

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Partridge Lakes Fishery is set over 70 acres, with 394 pegs across 15 established and heavily stocked waters, all individually landscaped providing a fantastic days coarse fishing.

Day-ticket fishing is available, giving access to some of the finest waters in the North West. Yearly memberships also includes access to their exclusive Gold Lake.

Check their website out for further details

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The Angling Times, first printed in 1953 is the UK's largest angling newspaper. They also publish Improve Your Coarse Fishing

Angling Times magazine regularly publishes advice from nationally known names in the sport, such as, Steve Ringer, Keith Arthur, John Wilson and Des Taylor

Check their website out for further details, and subscriptions

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The Angling Trust is the national governing body representing all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. They lobby government, campaign on environmental and angling issues and run national and international competitions.

They develop programmes with clubs to increase participation, particularly amongst groups who have yet to discover the joys of going fishing.

Check their website out for further details

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