The Launceston Anglers’ Association wish to inform its members of the club’s web site and the opportunity this gives us for a quicker, cheaper and more accessible means of sharing information. www.launcestonanglers.org.uk is our address and we will be using
Club member Dave Chapman of the Westcountry Rivers Trust has asked that we let you know about this opportunity to become a River Buff. Click on the picture for more information.
Members and day ticket holders are reminded that beats 4,6 & 8, together with the River Inny at Wooda Bridge and River Ottery at Treburtle, are FLY FISHING ONLY beats. If you come across Angler’s spinning, please remind them of
The voluntary Bailiff Service is an important partnership between the Angling Trust and the Environment Agency and is funded by English freshwater rod licences. The ‘VBS’ is a part of the Fisheries Enforcement Support Service, also a partnership with the
Never, ever worry that your fly is too small. For wild fish it never will be. It can only be too big. J.Lucas. Back in May I had the chance to fish the River Eden up in Cumbria. As is
Due to Storm Katie back in March we have several trees to clear from our beats on the Inny. Very heavy work involving machinery has already been carried out at Trelaske but smaller trees still need to be removed and/or
Following training given by ‘The Riverfly Partnership‘ in conjunction with the Westcountry Rivers Trust several club members will be monitoring our waters for the abundance of invertebrates and water quality. In a healthy river most of the pollution sensitive invertebrates
We’d like to remind members that we now have access to the River Ottery at Treburtle. 3,200m of right hand single bank. Overgrown? Yes! Good fishing? Yes! Crowded? No! For more information see Beat 23 of the Westcountry Rivers Trust
With the retirement of Colin Hookway last December we now welcome Mr Chris Nash as General Secretary and My Tony Guyatt as Membership Secretary. Their contact details can be found on the Contact us page.