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

11th May 2022

Club Pairs page updated with latest result and list of pairs qualified for final. 

2nd May 2022

Results for latest club match held at Trinity fishery now online.

Page added for Club Pairs results.

19th March 2022

Club record Chub caught from the River Culm at 4 pounds 3 ounces, picture at Gallery / Notable Catch Page

9th March 2022

Page added for information regarding  Queens Jubilee Open Fishing Festival 4th / 5th of June 2022.

2nd February 2022

Extra closure dates for Little Yeo 2022

Sunday 20th of November

Bobs Lake 


24th November 2021

Tiverton & District Angling Club A G M

Main changes from the AGM :


1   License fees will remain unchanged for the coming 2022 and 2023 seasons.

2   New Match Secretary is Phil Madans, contact number is in the new handbook.

3   New Appointment of Lakeside Manager has gone to Steve Manley.

4   K Stone has been assigned as Lakeside Liaison and will work closely with Steve.

5   Anthony Edwards has been made a life member in recognition of  years of work especially Little Yeo.

6   The use of 2 rods per angler will be permitted at Lakeside for a trial 6 month period from October to March (inclusive ) only.( see handbooks ) 

7   Bobslake ( Little Yeo ) will be open all year ( Apart from match and shooting dates listed in handbook ) but the manager may deem it necessary from time to time to temporarily close sections as required.

8   Rule relating to 12" minimum hook length on all club waters has been scrapped.

9   Lakeside may require roping off during the Winter months to deter cormorants, Trial to be activated shortly. Fishery is still open and anglers are asked to fish with care. Also, any feedback regarding cormorant activity herewith will be useful in gauging the effectiveness or otherwise of such


10   Our Junior Secretary has, alas, moved away to Stoke On Trent so we are badly in need of a Junior Secretary. If anyone with the right credentials fancies giving this very worthwhile position a try, please contact the Secretary.


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