Please note: all members will be issued with detailed information regarding Beats, parking, good practices, catch limits, Association Rules and local byelaws including those set by the Environment Agency.
A few guidelines:
- Members will be issued with our Rules, ‘Best Practice Guide’, constitution and Beat Maps.
- Access to the Fishery is not restricted by day or beat other than those imposed by way of the ticket purchase.
- Members and day ticket holders should ensure that they are fully familiar with the Beat boundaries and with the Rules of the Association.
- With regard to salmon catches 70% of your catch must be returned (as per the Tamar and Tributaries Angling Association guidelines).
- A member may have no more than one rod in use at any one time.
- We request that all members submit a catch return for Salmon and Sea Trout at the close of the season.Enter your catch return here.
- The Association encourages catch and release. It follows therefore that all hooks are made barbless.
- No dogs are allowed on any of our Beats.
- The handling of fish must be with wet hands and exposure to the air kept to a minimum. Photographss of live fish should be taken as quickly as possible, preferably while still in the water.
- We ask all members to report any observed illegal or bad practice to the club committee and any poaching, signs of distressed fish or environmental incident to the Environment Agency on this number: 0800 807060
- Members are encouraged to help with annual bank clearing in order that our environmental costs are kept to a minimum.
- Help us to prevent the spread of invasive species by using the ‘Clean, Check, Dry‘ technique.
- We wish to respect our quarry at all times. Abide by the Countryside Code and leave only footprints.
- The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held in December at a venue within 5 miles of Launceston.