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Amateur Fishermen's Association of the Northern Territory, Australia
The Association's misssion is to represent the interests of recreational fishing in the Northern Territory & to ensure the quality of the sport.
www.afant.com.au


American Crappie Association
The American Crappie Association is a national organization representing the interests of crappie fishermen in the USA.
www.crappieusa.com

American Sportfishing Association
The American Sportfishing Association is the sportfishing industry's trade association; it aims to safeguard and promote the enduring social, economic, and conservation values of sportfishing in America.
www.asafishing.org

Anglers' Conservation Society
The official site of the Anglers' Conservation Association known by most British anglers simply as the ACA. The ACA is a pollution fighting body established in 1949 has only lost two cases against polluters.
www.a-c-a.org

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Anglers' Say
Anglers' Say enables anglers to express their opinion by providing them with the opportunity to register their votes on a wide variety of important questions within the sport.
www.anglerssay.com

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Angling Forums
Online fishing and fishing-related forums where anglers can discuss a range of topics with headings such as sea, match and fly fishing, although there are many more.
www.anglingforums.co.uk

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Aycliffe Angling Club
The Aycliffe Angling Club Aycliffe centres around Aycliffe pond, which is a private water located on the outskirts of Newton Aycliffe in Co. Durham. The club also has access to LTAA Bousfiled, Chester Moor and Ferryham Water.
www.aycliffeanglingclub.co.uk

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Avington Estate Denford Water
Enjoy a day's fishing on the classic river Kennet. This famous chalk stream rises above the Wiltshire college town of Marlborough and flows east through many picturesque villages and sites of early Saxon settlements. Here you can experience the joy of dry fly fishing on the Kennet for brown and rainbow trout. Denford water comprises a number of clear and shallow tributaries running through fields untouched by pesticide or plough.
www.avingtonestatedenfordwater.com

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Barnet and District Angling Club
Barnet & District Angling Club was founded in 1933 by a few local enthusiasts and aims to provide the best facilities of an Angling Club to its members. The club promotes the interests of the sport in general as well as the protection of the environment.
www.badac.co.uk

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Barnton & Frodsham Angling Club
Controls the fishing rights over three pools and a stretch of the River Weaver at Anderton Nature Park and four small pools in the Cheshire countryside. The Club also owns a three acre pool near the village of Whitley.
www.bafac.co.uk

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Barnton and Frodsham Junior Anglers
Junior Section of Barnton and Frodsham A.C. (see above).
www.bafacjuniors.co.uk

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Bay Area Sportfishers
Originally formed in 1972 by a number of "fish-minded" Hewlett Packard employees and their families in Santa Clara, the Bay Area Sportfishers strive to foster and maintain a high standard of sportsmanship.
http://geocities.com/bayareasportfishers

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Bay Malton Angling Club
Located in Cheshire, the club offers fishing on a variety of waters and aims to make angling available for all whilst serving the environment and protecting the countryside
www.baymaltonanglingclub.org.uk

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Bayside Anglers Group LTD
The Bayside Anglers Group Ltd. is a nonprofit organization/fishing club, with the goal of promoting safe, effective, and environmentally sound recreational fishing practices. Located in Bayside, Queens, NY.
www.baysideanglers.com


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Beauly Angling Club
Membership of the Beauly Angling Club is open to anglers residing within the Old Aird. The club provide maps, a photo gallery etc., and information about where to fish and flyfish on the River Beauly and estuary, Scotland.
www.beauly-angling-club.co.uk

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Beginners Net Guide to Flyfishing
This comprehensive flyfishing resource site was created by Robert Yaculo to help people discover the sport of flyfishing.
www.associatedinternet.com/flyfishing101/default.htm

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Berkshire Fishing Club
Nestled in the gently rolling hills of western Massachusetts, the Berkshire Fishing Club is open from May through October, playing host to 200 club members and their guests.
www.berkshirefishing.com

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Billericay and District Angling Club
Formed in 1957, and now the largest in Essex, offering fishing on 24 lakes and 9.5 miles of river. Affiliated to The National Federation of Anglers, The Anglers' Conservation Association and Essex Angling Consultative Association.
www.bdac.co.uk

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Black Lake Association
The mission of the Black Lake Association is to further recreational opportunities and enhance the scenic beauty of Black Lake and the surrounding area.
www.blacklakeny.com/lakeassoc/index.html

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Blantyre Sea Scorpions
A small sea and flyfishing club, located in Blantyre near Glasgow, Scotland.
www.seascorpions.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk

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Books about flyfishing
These links will take you to a selection of books and book suppliers:
'Amazon' books about flyfishing
An Angler's Bookcase
'Google' angling book list
The Fishing Bookshop
The Fishing Works



Bradford Angling Association
Angling association based in Bradford West Yorkshire controlling approximately 43 miles of rivers, 11 lakes totalling 57.7 acres and 4.25 miles of canal. The club has a membership of around 3,500.
www.bradfordno1.com

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British Float Tube Association
UK Association providing information about 'float tubing'.
http://bfta.co.uk/

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Bromley and District Angling Society
Located in Kent, UK, the club has been established since the late 1940s in Sevenoaks. Although the club has what are considered some of the best Carp waters in England, a vast majority of its members are purely pleasure anglers.
www.bdas.kent.btinternet.co.uk

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C.A.R.P Association
Catch and release fishing is gaining in popularity as more and more anglers are becoming concerned about the state of some of our fisheries. This non profit association exists for the better education and understanding of catch and release.
http://carpassociation.com/

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Calpac Fisheries
CALPAC offers a variety of fishing including rivers, canals and lakes. Some are available only to members, while others are open to day ticket anglers.
www.calpac.info/html/fisheries.html

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The Calne Angling Association
The Calne Angling Association's website includes a gallery, message board club information and contact detals. Located in North Wiltshire, UK.
www.calne-angling.co.uk

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Cambridge Albion Angling Society
Fishing society in Cambridgeshire, England, with 36 miles of rivers and lakes.
www.caas.fslife.co.uk

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Carmarthenshire Fishermens Federation
This site provides information about how the federation and other organizations are conserving Carmarthenshire rivers, with additional information about where visitors are welcome to stay, fish and eat.
www.carmarthenshire.org.uk

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Central Association of London and Provincial Angling Clubs.
CALPAC offers a variety of fishing including rivers, canals and lakes. Some are available only to members, while others are open to day ticket anglers. Rivers include the Mole, Wey, Kennet, Arun, Adur, Teise, Medway, Beult, Eden and Ash.
www.calpac.info

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Chester-le-Street Angling Club
Chester-le-Street and District Angling Club was formed in 1935 with very little water, but now has around 10 miles of double bank fishing. This site provides details on membership and day tickets, as well as fishing reports.
www.chester-le-streetanglingclub.co.uk

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Coastal Conservation Association
Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) is a New Hampshire USA based organization of state chapters comprising recreational fishermen who have come together to address conservation issues nationally and within their respective states.
www.ccanh.org

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Cornwall Lunker Club
The Lunker Club of Cornwall, Ontario, is a non-profit family-fishing club with a mandate of making a difference, by improving and promoting local sports fishing. The club has a membership of approximately 80 active members every year.
www.cornwalllunkerclub.com

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Crawley Angling Society
Located in West Sussex, UK, Crawley Angling Society manage 12 waters in and around the area. Its members can also fish Weir Wood Reservoir (Forest Row) and Stub Pond Fisheries (Newchapel). Fishing for most species of freshwater fish including carp, pike, perch and roach.
www.crawleyanglingsociety.co.uk

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Copthorne and District Angling Society
The Copthorne and District Angling Society is a small club based in Copthorne with a membership of about 200. Local to Copthorne the society has 5 lakes and another to the west of Crawley. The club also has access to 8 miles of the Sussex Ouse shared with the Ouse Preservation Society.
www.copthorneangling.co.uk

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Dundee Sportsman's Club
The Dundee Sportsman's Club supports conservation and helps promote legislation to secure more fish and game for Monroe Michigan and all of the USA.
www.dundeesportsmansclub.com

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Exmouth Game Fishing Club
Exmouth Game Fishing Club (Australia) was formed in the early 1970s and currently has a membership of over 130. The Club is pro active in the preservation and conservation of Billfish and has a tag and release programme. The club can lay claim to 147 record gamefish captures of State, Australian and World record categories covering 28 species.
http://members.westnet.com.au/egfc/

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FishAmerica Foundation
The FishAmerica Foundation unites the sportfishing industry with conservation groups, government natural resource agencies, corporations, and charitable foundations to invest in fish and habitat conservation and research across the country.
www.fishamerica.org

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Fishing Has No Boundaries, Inc.
Fishing Has No Boundaries®, Inc.(FHNB) is a non-profit organization, whose goal is to open up the great outdoors for people with disabilities through the world of fishing.
http://fhnbinc.org/

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Fishing Has No Boundaries
The Chippewa Valley Chapter of the above-named non-profit organization, whose goal is to open up the great outdoors for people with disabilities through the world of fishing.
www.geocities.com/cvfhnb/HOME.html

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Fishing Has No Boundaries Arizona Chapter
The Arizona Chapter of Fishing Has No Boundaries®, Inc.(FHNB), a non-profit organization, whose goal is to open up the great outdoors for people with disabilities through the world of fishing.
www.fhnbaz.org

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Florida Sport Fishing Association
The Florida Sport Fishing Association's main aims are to educate its membership and to help the ecology of its fishing grounds.
www.fsfaclub.org

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Fox Valley Area Anglers
Fox Valley Area anglers fish lakes and rivers within a 3 hour drive from the Illinois Fox River Valley, and sponsor autumn's Walleye Tournament on the Illinois River in Spring Valley Illinois.
http://foxvalleyareaanglers.com

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Freshwater Fishing and Stocking Association of Queensland, Australia
The Freshwater Fishing and Stocking Association of Queensland Inc. (FFSAQ), represents fish stocking groups and fishing clubs throughout Queensland. A major component of FFSAQ's role is to influence habitat restoration and riverine conservation.
http://ffsaq.ausfish.com.au

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Fylde Boat Angling Club
The Fylde Boat Angling Club (FBAC), is one of three boat angling clubs situated on the Fylde coast near Blackpool, UK. Primarily dedicated to small boat angling (boats up to 18ft), the club also accommodates a thriving shore section.
www.fbac.co.uk

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Gerrards Cross and Uxbridge District Angling Society
Founded in 1933 by a few anglers with a single fishery, GXUDAS now has several hundred members and with fourteen fisheries, with affiliation to Reading and District AA, which provides many more.
www.gxudas.co.uk

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Great Lakes Sport Fishermen Club - Milwaukee Chapter
The GLSFC claims to have the best trout & salmon fishing in the world 'right on its doorstep' and is committed to preserving and improving its fisheries.
www.glsfclub.org

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Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council
The Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council is a confederation of organizations and individuals who share a concern for the present and future of sport fishing and the natural and stocked resources of the ecosystem.
www.great-lakes.org

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Green Harbor Tuna Club
The Green Harbor Tuna Club, the oldest Tuna Club on the USA's Massachusetts South Shore, was founded in 1970 in Marshfield to promote recreational fishing for Bluefin Tuna.
http://greenharbortunaclub.com

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Greenvale Sport and Game Fishing Club
The Greenvale Sports and Game Fishing Club Inc. (GSGFC) was founded in July 1990, by local anglers in the northwestern suburbs of Melbourne. The club is committed to tag and release, and to conservation and preservation of fish stocks and the environment.
www.hotkey.net.au/~garry/home/greenvale_home.htm

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Hale Park Syndicate
This syndicate has been established for thirty years and offers private fishing on England's Hampshire Avon.
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/kencam/

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Hartford Surf Fishing Club
Established in 1952, the Hartford Surf Fishing Club endeavours to promote and preserve the tradition of salt and fresh water angling on Connecticut's shoreline and tidal estuaries, such as the Connecticut, Thames, and Housatonic River systems.
www.hartfordsurf.org

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Harwich Angling Club
Harwich Angling Club is situated on the North Eastern corner of Essex, UK, and controls about three miles of the Dock River and a half acre lake in the village of Bradfield. A National Federation of Anglers member.
www.harwichac.co.uk

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Hastings Fly Fishers' Club
The club fishes Powdermill Great Sanders Reservoir, originally owned by Hastings Corporation, where they have a fishing lodge. The siteprovides information about club activities, boats, stocking etc.
www.hastingsflyfishers.co.uk

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Hawkesbury-Nepean Bass Anglers Association
HNBAA is a catch and release club using only lure and fly and is a actively involved in fish stocking programs. The club has regular monthly and interclub competitions.
www.hnbaa.com.au

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Hyannis Anglers Club
This sportfishing club is situated in Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts and the site provides information on forthcoming tournaments, local tides and weather etc..
www.hyannisanglersclub.com

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Idle and Thackley Angling Association
Idle and Thackley is a small non profit making coarse fishing club based in Bradford West Yorkshire. It is a member of The River Swale Preservation Society and is affiliated to Aireborough and District AA.
www.idleandthackaa.supanet.com

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Internet Flyfishing Guide
This site is run by Arizona resident, Bill Ludlow, and lists over six-hundred and fifty links to flyfishing sites worldwide.
http://members.aol.com/azflytyer/

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International Game Fish Association
IGFA's objectives are founded on the beliefs that game fish species, related food fish, and their habitats are economic, social, recreational, and aesthetic assets which must be maintained, wisely used and perpetuated; and that the sport of angling is an important recreational, economic, and social activity which the public must be educated to pursue in a manner consistent with sound sporting and conservation practices.
www.igfa.org

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Kansas Walleye Association
The Kansas Walleye Association promotes conservation and education and this site provides information about association membership, tournament entry forms and results, fishing news and reports, as well as contact information.
http://kwa.weyes1.com

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Kichigai Anglers
Most Kichigai Anglers are from Orange County, California and their primary focus is on saltwater fishing in Southern California and Mexico. Spring and early summer trips target yellowtail, white sea bass, calico bass, barracuda and halibut, fishing San Clemente Island and Catalina Island. In the mid-summer their focus changes to albacore, bluefin tuna, yellowtail, yellowfin tuna, bigeye tuna and dorado, primarily in Mexican waters.
www.geocities.com/k_anglers

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Lakeside Angling Club
Based in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear in the Northeast of England the Lakeside Angling Club is 'a fishing club for all the family'. Founded in 1994 the club promotes angling for young, old, disabled people and is a member of the Tyne Anglers' Alliance.
http://members.lycos.co.uk/lacclub/index.htm

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Leicestershire Fly Fishing Association
The Association has just over 100 adult, junior and senior members. The Association meets on the first Friday of each month in the Cedar Suite of the Parklands Leisure Centre, Wigston Road, Oadby, at 8.00p.m. (Check site for updates)
www.leicestershireflyfishing.org.uk

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Long Point Bay Anglers' Association
The Long Point Bay Anglers' Association was founded in June 1988 with a mandate to promote and protect the sport fishery of Long Point Bay and to represent the interests of Long Point Bay anglers. Membership comes from across southern Ontario and neighbouring American states.
www.longpoint.on.ca/lpbaa

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Lymm Angling Club
Located in Cheshire, UK, the Lymm Angling Club website provides information on the club, its waters and current news and reports
www.lymmanglers.net/Index.htm

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Marina Del Rey Anglers
A nonprofit sport fishing and conservation club centered in the Los Angeles and Southern California area. The club participates in marlin tournaments around the world, takes inner city children fishing, raises fingerlings and sponsors events and activities to fund other environmental projects and organizations.
www.mdranglers.com

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Michiana Walleye Association
The Michiana Walleye Association was founded in 1993 to enhance the St Joseph River and its surrounding waters in northern Indiana. The Association has over 200 members dedicated to walleye fishing, preservation, and conservation.
www.michianawalleye.com

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Michigan Steelhead and Salmon Fishermen's Association
The Michigan Steelhead and Salmon Fishermen's Association (MSSFA) is a multi-state, non-profit organization dedicated to educating the general public on improving, preserving and promoting sport fishing in the Great Lakes and their tributary streams and rivers.
www.mssfa.com

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Milton Keynes Angling Association
MKAA has access to nearly 50 Miles of bank, fFrom small rivers to large lakes and nearly 10 miles of the Grand Union Canal. Most can either be fished on a day ticket (on the bank or at local tackle shops) or through the annual MKAA membership book.
www.mkaa.co.uk/home.htm


Millhall Reservoir
Millhall Reservoir, the home of Avonbank Fishing Club, Polmont, Central Scotland, provides opportunities for bank and boat fishing with facilities for disabled anglers.
http://mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/millhall_reservoir


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Mobile Big Game Fishing Club
The Mobile Big Game Fishing Club was founded in 1966. It aims, among other things, to foster, promote, and increase interest in the sport of big game fishing, oceanography, marine biology, and other related and similar fields.
www.mbgfc.org/news.asp


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Monklands Coarse Angling Club
The Monklands Coarse Angling Club was formed in 1989 and was associated with the development as a fishery of the Monklands Canal in Coatbridge.
www.mdcac.co.uk

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Mordialloc Boating and Angling Club
The club has approximately 70 members and has been in existence for over 50 years. It is based in Mordialloc, which is situated on the shores of Port Phillip Bay Melbourne Australia.
www.alphalink.net.au/~lacon/index.htm


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New Caledonia Fishing Club
Formed originally for largemouth bass fishing and preservation, the New Caledonia Fishing Club now has flyfishing section. New Caledonia has great potential for seawater fly fishing with large bonefish and giant trevally, jacks, groupers, snappers, pacific tarpon, etc..
http://membres.lycos.fr/apsed/home_en.php

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New Haven River Angler Association
The aims and purposes of the NHRAA are to improve the New Haven fishery, to encourage the management of trout for their benefit rather than for the recreational fisherperson, to promote youthful anglers through education and to work against pollution of clean water in all its forms.
www.newhavenriveranglers.com

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Newton Stewart Angling Association
This site is designed to give anglers an insight into the many different fishings available throughout Newton Stewart and the surrounding areas. The area enjoys mostly gamefishing and the majority of local anglers opt for flyfishing, although many pursue spinning and bait fishing.
http://alltmor.users.btopenworld.com/home.html

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Northern Districts Sportfishing Club
The Northern Districts Sportsfishing Club is a dedicated group of anglers who enjoy fishing and socializing. The club meets every third Wednesday of the month at the Parafield Flyers Club, Parafield Airport (check website for updates)
http://fire.prohosting.com/ndsfc/cgi-bin/


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Northshore Chapter of Trout Unlimited
The Northshore Chapter serves the Greater North Lake Washington area of Washington State. This site contains information about the chapter and fishing in the Pacific Northwest.
www.northshoretu.org

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NSW Council of Freshwater Anglers
The NSW Council of Freshwater Anglers Inc. represents the interests of New South Wales freshwater anglers, with the aim of fostering recreational fishing in a healthy and ecologically sustainable environment for today's and future generations.
www.freshwateranglers.com.au

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Ocean City Marlin Club
This club began as a group of local captains and sportfishermen who joined together to form a loose-knit organization aimed at conserving the large numbers of marlin that congregate offshorfrom Ocean City.
www.ocmarlinclub.com

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Ohio Central Basin Steelheaders
The Ohio Central Basin Steelheader (OCBS) club was founded in 1984 and is dedicated to the protection and promotion of steelhead fishing in Ohio and the Great Lakes.
www.ohiosteelheaders.com

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Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters
In 1928 a group of anglers concerned over the future of Ontario's natural resources formed what was to become the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. This website is good source of information on Canadian fish records, for news, an invading species hotline, youth education, conservation programs and fishing TV.
www.ofah.org


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Oregon Anglers
The purpose of Oregon Anglers is to further the interests of present and future generations of recreational anglers in the state.
www.oregon-anglers.org

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Parks Angling Club
The Parks Angling Club is a non-profit making body that controls the fishing on the only two lakes situated wholly within the Borough of Southend on Sea. Both lakes are siyuated within public parks and are fishable on a day ticket basis.
www.parks-ac.org.uk


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Paul H. Young Chapter, Trout Unlimited
Named after Paul H. Young, a cane rod builder and fly-fishing pioneer from Detroit, this chapter of Trout Unlimited is a non-profit organization in metropolitan Detroit dedicated to conserving, protecting and enhancing the watersheds that support wild trout and salmon.
www.paulyoungtu.org

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Pensacola Big Game Fishing Club
The purpose of the PBGFC is to stimulate and encourage the sport of big game fishing in northwest Florida coastal waters near and offshore of Pensacola, Florida.
www.pbgfc.com


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Portsmouth and District Angling Society
Portsmouth & District A.S was founded in 1948. The society's aim is to provide quality fishing in and around Portsmouth and the surrounding areas and has access to over 20 venues throughout Hampshire & West Sussex.
www.portsmouthdas.co.uk

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Preston Angling Club and Fish Protection Society
Dedicated to the protection of fish, the collection and diffusion of reliable information on all matters connected with fish and fishing, the promotion of fellowship amongst amateur anglers, and the advancement and improvement of the sport of angling.
www.prestonac.com.au

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Red River Hookers
The 'Red River Hookers' is a loosely formed group of anglers and supporters with a simple mission statement: "To promote fishing on the Red River."
www.grandforkscity.com/red-river-hookers


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Rocky Mountain Angling Club
Since its incorporation in 1992, the Rocky Mountain Angling Club has offered its members exclusive access to catch and release flyfishing for wild rainbows, browns, brookies, cutthroats, Kokanee Salmon, and Donaldson Steelhead.
http://rmangling.com/

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Salmon and Trout Association
Formed in 1903, the Salmon & Trout Association (S&TA) is the only UK-wide membership organisation representing the views of game anglers. It is also recognised as the governing body for game angling by Sport England.
www.salmon-trout.org

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Scottish Federation for Coarse Angling
The S.F.C.A. is the national governing body for coarse angling in Scotland and their website provides useful information on issues relating to Scottish coarse fishing.
www.sfca.co.uk

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Scotts Coarse Angling Club
This coarse angling club in the Scottish Borders works with voluntary organizations, local authorities etc. in advancing education and improving facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure time activities.
www.scottscoarseanglingclub.co.uk

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Seattle Poggie Club
The Seattle Poggie Club is a non-profit organization originated for the purpose of practicing and teaching respect and conservation of precious resources. Members also "enjoy the relaxation and thrills of sport fishing and the fun of meeting and fishing with new friends".
www.seattlepoggies.com

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Sebago Lake Anglers Association
The Sebago Lake Anglers' Association promotes, protects, and enhances salmon, lake trout and other species fished in Sebago Lake, Maine, USA.
www.sebagolakeanglers.org

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Shabbona Lake Sportsman Club
Theis club was established in 1982 to help enhance and preserve the natural resources at Shabbona Lake State Park, Illinois.
www.shabbonalake.com/slsc/index.htm

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Shaver Lake Fishing Club
The Shaver lake Fishing Club is a non-profit, family-oriented organization established in 1904 and located in Shaver Lake, California.
www.shaverlake.org

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Sidney Anglers.com
The Sidney Anglers exists to encourage and develop interest in sport fishing and to foster and actively promote conservation and to participate in activities designed to promote habitat restoration and salmon enhancement in the Sidney area of BC, Canada.
www.sidneyanglers.com

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Silver City Angling Club
The Silver City Angling Club was started to bring angling to everyone and it organizes sea angling, loch fishing, river angling, beach casting and barbecues. The club fishes on the River Don, Aberdeen, Scotland.
www.silver-city-angling.com

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Southern Illinois Crappie Association, Inc.
The SICA, Inc. is a not for profit corporation that sponsors crappie fishing tournaments in Southern Illinois. Sica promotes the Southern Illinois area as well as crappie fishing in general.
http://sicasite.freeservers.com

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Sportsman Resource
This website is described by its authors as the most comprehensive directory of fishing websites available and, true to its name it provides useful information on a wide range of fishing sites worldwide.
www.sportsmansresource.com

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Spring Lake Live Liner Fishing Club
In addition to activities for members this club supports conservation efforts through several organizations and participates in local activities for enhancement of the environment.
www.springlakeliveliners.org/homeframe.html

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Springwater Fishery
Freshwater fishery in Ayrshire, Scotland, is a complex of three freshwater lochs set amongst Ayrshire farmland four miles from Ayr. Fishing is available from 8am until dusk (latest 10pm), all year round.
www.geocities.com/springwaterfishery/index.html

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Squan-A-Tissit Chapter of Trout Unlimited
This chapter of Trout Unlimited focuses on its home waters, the Squannacook and Nissitissit Rivers. Both rivers are well managed steams that offer angling through all seasons of the year. The rivers provide focal points for chapter projects and gatherings.
www.squanatissit.org

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Stoke Angling Club
S.A.C. is a small club of about 50 members, with new membership accepted only from persons resident in the area of the peninsula of Hoo. Fishing is for carp and rudd in the Stoke lakes located, Kent, UK.
www.stokeanglingclub.co.uk

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Surfcasting and Angling Club of Western Australia
The Surf Casting and Angling Club of W.A. (Inc.) was formed in 1952 and is one of the oldest existing fishing clubs in Western Australia. Currently there are around 90 members with many attending club events.
www.surfcasters.iinet.net.au

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Taunton Angling Association
The Taunton Angling Association's is a not be a profit organisation and its objects are the furtherance of the interests of local angling. Any surplus of funds accrued are used to improve fishing facilities and the interests of the Association.
www.taunton-angling.co.uk

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Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.
www.tedtruebloodtu.org

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Texas Flyfishers of Houston
The Texas Flyfishers of Houston was founded in 1976 by a group of avid fly fishermen. The club's objectives are to share knowledge of fly fishing, to help in conserving natural resources, to enjoy the camaraderie of fly fishing and to have a good time doing it.
www.texasflyfishers.org

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The Tyne Anglers' Alliance
The Alliance was formed in the early nineteen seventies to be a voice for Coarse Angling in the Northumbrian region.
www.walkergate.fsnet.co.uk/taa

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The Old Reel Collectors Association
The Old Reel Collectors Association, Inc. (ORCA), is a non-profit, educational corporation. The Association is a loose knit group of fishing reel collectors joined by their interest in old fishing reels and their history.
www.orcaonline.org


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The Save Our Native Species of Lake Erie Fishing Club
The S.O.N.S. (Save Our Native Species) of Lake Erie Fishing Club is an active organization of over 1600 members. Established in 1981, it is dedicated to the improvement of fishing on Lake Erie and its Pennsylvania tributaries.
www.fisherie.com/sons

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Todmorden Angling Society
Todmorden Angling Society (T.A.S.) fishes ten stillwaters, thirteen miles of canal and some parts of the river Calder. Based in the West Yorkshire town of Todmorden.
www.todmorden-angling.fsnet.co.uk/main.htm

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Tring Anglers
The Tring Anglers, formed in 1947, is a small coarse angling club based in north-west Hertfordshire. The club fishes eleven miles of canal, small and large river fisheries as well as lakes and ponds.
www.tringanglers.org.uk

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Trout Unlimited Chapter 680
Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.
http://tu680.tripod.com

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Turnford Angling Consortium
Turnford Angling Consortium (TAC) is one of the oldest in the Lee Valley. It was formed by several clubs coming together to jointly manage the Slipe Lane Pits in Wormley, Herts (UK), with the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.
www.turnfordac.co.uk



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United States Shore Angling Association
The US Shore Angling Association is devoted to shoreline fishing in America.
www.shoreangling.com

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Virgin Lake Fishing Club
The Virgin Lake Fishing Club provides camping equipment, large inflatable fishing boats, camp partners and the detailed knowledge necessary for members to experience wilderness fishing.
www.canada-fishing.net

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Volunteer Bass Anglers of West Tennessee
A B.A.S.S. and Tennessee B.A.S.S. Federation affiliated club located in Jackson, Tennessee. Meeting on the first tuesday of each month at the Southern Sportsman in Jackson.
http://www.fishing.com/urlclickcount.cfm?urlId=18207


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Wales Fly Fishing
Wales Flyfishing's waters are located on the lower reaches of the Teifi between Cardigan and Henllan. Club anglers can fish for salmon and sea trout straight off tidal waters.
www.tta-gamefishing.co.uk


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Wansbeck and Framlington Anglers' Club
The Club fishes in waters in Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, at Brenkley, Horton Grange and Milkhope. Memebership and other club information provided on their website.
www.wacac.me.uk

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Western Wight Angling Club
The Western Wight Angling Club is a small group of sea anglers who work at GKN Westland Aerospace, Cowes, on the Isle of Wight (UK), who normally go out fishing on a Friday evening.
http://wwac-club.tripod.com

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The West Palm Beach Fishing Club
The West Palm Beach Fishing Club was founded in 1934 and is one of the oldest sport fishing clubs in the United States. From its inception the club has been a leader in marine conservation and education. The club's website provides fishing reports and information on contests, meetings and membership.
www.westpalmbeachfishingclub.org

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Wey Valley Disabled Anglers Association
The WVDA promotes and organizes fishing for disabled people alongside able-bodied anglers and looks after the interests of disabled anglers. The Association encourages companionship and fair competition between disabled and able-bodied anglers.
www.wvdaa.demon.co.uk


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Wildlife Legislative Fund of America
The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance (Fomerly the Wildlife Legislative Fund of America 'WLFA') provides direct lobbying and grassroots coalition support to protect and advance the rights of hunters, fishermen, trappers and scientific wildlife management professionals.
www.wlfa.org


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Wirral Game Fishing Club
WGFC provides fishing for its members, who are mainly based in the Wirral, Chester and North Wales areas of the UK. The Club was formed over 20 years ago to provide quality fishing for discerning local anglers.
www.wirralgame.org

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World Billfish Series
The World Billfish Series is dedicated to promoting sportsmanship, healthy competition and marine conservation. The WBS works to promote the virtues of true sportsmanship and global marine conservation. Their website provides details of tournaments, information on rankings, tour dates and photos.
www.fishwbs.com

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Wyefishery
Set in rural Herefordshire, where the River Wye passes between Ross on Wye and Monmouth, the fishery incorporates the Upper, Middle and Lower Hill Court fisheries; almost 4 miles of double bank fishing. Most of the water has been closed to the angling public for the last 50 years.
www.wyefishery.com

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