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

March 26th 2020
Below is a copy of a post by the Grand Western Canal Rangers:
Canal Rangers

Following some recent reports of someone fishing at the Canal, we want to make it clear that under the current government restrictions, fishing is not permitted. This position is endorsed by the Tiverton and District Angling Club and the Angling Trust (see statement).

 

Angling Trust

Statement from Jamie Cook, Angling Trust CEO.

 

“In light of the Government’s announcement on 23rd March, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal are asking that all anglers follow the current guidance and stop fishing. Whilst we understand the proven benefits on active lifestyles, physical health and mental well being that angling provides, it is not currently classified as one of the safe exercises in which to engage. The Angling Trust have sought clarification on this point and we hope to work with Government, the Environment Agency and Sport England as things move forward, to ensure that access to fishing and the benefits it brings are part of the nation's plan for ensuring our community’s health and well being. For now though, we as a community, must take responsible action to protect ourselves, our families and our communities through this period. This is about saving lives and supporting the NHS.

The Angling Trust have established a support hub for individuals, clubs, fisheries and organisations and a dedicated team of professionals have been put in place to help those impacted within the angling community to access grants and funding applicable to each organisation.” 

As stated above Tiverton and District Angling Club is fully in support of this position, and it applies across all our waters.

March 17th 2020

In light of recent developments regarding Coronavirus the club has postponed all planned club competitions until the end of April when the situation will then be reviewed.

Matches affected are:

Second Pairs qualifier 29th of March

Fifth points match at Stafford Moor 5th April

Little Yeo Wednesday match 15th of April

Sixth points match at Summerhayes 19th of April

February 1st 2020

Little Yeo Fishery is now fully open for the new season but please note the following rule changes for 2020.  

  • No carp to be held in keepnets except for official club competitions, whereby carp and silver fish must be kept in separate nets. Guideline 25kg per net.

  • All nets to be dipped including landing nets.

  • No Artificial baits or lures.

  • No fixed feeders / leads.

  • A minimum of 12" hook length must be adopted at all times.

For a full list of rules please visit the rules page or refer to your club hand book.

Please be aware that as well as some Saturdays and Sundays Little Yeo Fishery will also be closed on certain Wednesdays throughout the year. Please refer to the Important dates page, Match list or Club hand book for dates.  

Bobs Lake, Venue for today's Pairs Qualifier