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We are operating a waiting list for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Please use our contact page to add your name to our waiting list.
The Club takes Bio-security very seriously and encourages all members to take regard of the Check, Clean and Dry policies from the Environment Agency to try to ensure that we do not transfer any undesirable agents from one water to another.
If you wish to fish accompanied by your
dog, please do not let the dog swim in the river since this blows holes straight through any Bio-security policies
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Fifty Nine Flyfishers club enjoys a 2.75 mile stretch
of single & double bank fly fishing on the River Dove on
the Derbyshire & Staffordshire border. The river was
fished by Isaak Walton and Charles Cotton of Compleat
Angler fame. The river holds a good head of wild and
stocked brown trout. There are some impressive grayling
present throughout our stretch of the river.
We have two beats of just under one mile each on the River Lugg at Mortimers Cross and at Aymestrey. These beats hold brown trout and grayling. The beats are mixed single and double bank fly fishing.
Near Bromsgrove is Cattespool Fishery a 1.0 hectare
lake stocked with rainbow and brown trout. This lake
offers some good stillwater fishing in a lovely setting.
Just inside the Snowdonia National Park on the River
Dovey we have about 1 mile of single bank fishing. This is
a spate river with runs of both salmon and sea trout.
There are some brown trout present. There is a
water fall and gorge about half way up the beat.
The River Teme at Knightwick is about 1.25 miles of single
bank fishing. This is a mainly coarse fishing beat with
barbel and chub but there are some salmon, sea trout, with some brown trout to 4lb and good size grayling. A map is available and you can copy the link from our Members Only page which gives good and safe guidance for a number wading areas in this water.
SORRY BUT WE HAVE NO DAY TICKET AVAILABILITY AS ALL OUR WATERS ARE FOR MEMBERS ONLY.
A full description of our waters with postcodes and directions for how to find them and where you can fish is in our members information and new members introductory handbook.