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Welcome to Knowle Angling Association

Latest News:

Taster Day Sunday June 11th at Broad Oak Lake 0900 onwards. Instructors and experienced anglers will be on hand to give guidance. Refreshments will also be available.    

Forthcoming dates on the horizon:

Taster Day Sunday 11th June 2017 at Broad Oak

2nd Club Competition Sunday 24th September 2017 at CMR  

                                              

 

2017 Membership Fees:

 
Under 65 -              £160.00
Over 65 -                £135.00
Junior (under 18) - £40.00
 
There is a £5 joining fee for new members
 
Knowle Angling Association was formed at the Knowle Hotel, (hence it's name), in 1923. We are a local, sociable and family friendly club. Since the club was formed we have had over 2000 members join us. At it's formation, KAA fished the river Chew exclusively. Since then the club has steadily grown, and, in addition to large stretches of the river Chew, has added the river Yeo, one stretch of the river Wellow, four well stocked trout lakes, and one coarse fishing lake for members to fish. So if you are looking for outstanding and affordable all year round trout fishing in and around the Chew Valley then come and join us.
 
We are proud of our efforts to maintain the stocks of Brown Trout in our rivers, and we source top quality Rainbow trout to stock our lakes. We take care of river management with regular bank clearing sessions. 
 
KAA has a proud history, and our articles and byelaws are designed to protect our fish and the environment. We continually look to the future, encouraging fly anglers of all abilities, ages and gender to join us.
 
Member Benefits:

Guided walks around our rivers and lakes can be arranged for all new members.

Tuition days - where members can get help on most aspects of fly fishing.

Fly tying sessions during the winter months.

Meet like-minded individuals and share knowledge of venues at bank and weed clearing sessions (an absolute must for every member).

Friendly, sociable club competitions run twice a year.

Regularly updated website where you can show your photos of fish caught and share your fishing tales.