Welcome to Tiverton & District Angling Club. We offer some of the best value coarse fishing in Devon with miles of great sport across several waters. These range from the Grand Western Canal, lakes like Lakeside and Little Yeo, through to river fishing on the Culm at Stoke Cannon.

These waters provide excellent coarse angling for most species, from quality roach fishing, to quality tench, bream, perch, pike and carp.

Tiverton & District Angling Club is also an active club for match fishing in Devon, holding competitions both on our own waters as well as other local club and day ticket venues.

Latest News

January 7th 2021
 
COVID-19 update

* WATERS OPEN *

After todays update from the Angling Trust angling can resume. This is subject to all anglers following gathering limits and social distancing etc.

Below are the key points which will be reflected in the new Angling Trust guidelines:

  • This is a strictly limited resumption of LOCAL fishing and very different to how we have been allowed to operate since May.

  • We are in a National Lockdown and this must be respected. The law requires a ‘reasonable excuse’ to leave your home or penalties will apply.

  • The Government has recognized that fishing can be seen as exercise, which is expressly permitted under the lockdown rules, although outdoor recreation is not.

  • Organized sporting gatherings are prohibited so no match fishing.

  • The exercise is limited to once a day so no overnight fishing whatsoever.

  • To remain within the law you should follow the Government’s guidance, and only fish locally. If you have no local fishing available then you will have to take your daily exercise in other ways.

 

Due to the above the club match calendar will remain suspended until further notice.

2021 Club licences are available during the covid lockdown from Bulpins newsagents ( mornings only) and Heard & Sendell, Tiverton.

For up to date information please see the Angling Trust website or   www.devon.gov.uk for details on the Grand Western Canal.                 

 

January 2nd 2021
Match list, important dates and membership pages updated for 2021.
 
If anyone is interested at looking back over the 2020 season that has been moved to the archive section.

Because of disease we have had to fell the Oak Tree on the Island, large branches were dying and were getting dangerous. The trunk has been turned into a seat