Working with Other Clubs
In addition to our own waters, the Club takes out a small number of tickets each year on the Bala AC waters which increases member’s options to include Grayling fishing in the winter months. These tickets are available free to members only (not guests of members). The Club also has an exchange ticket arrangement with the Llangollen Maelor AA, Nidderdale AC, Derwent (Co. Durham) AC, Llandeilo AC and Dalbeattie AC which allows VCAC members access to most waters of each club.
*Please check the clubs handbook and Bala AC website for rules and regulations.
BALA ANGLING ASSOCIATION
Enjoy the superb Grayling fishing that the upper Dee is famous for, wonderful wild brown trout on the Tryweryn, Llafar, Lliw and Llyn Cwmprysor, coarse fishing amidst breathtaking scenery on Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake).
*Please check the clubs handbook and Llangollen Maelor Angling website for rules and regulations.
LLANGOLLEN MAELOR ANGLING
Llangollen Maelor Angling controls fishing on approximately 10 miles of the Welsh Dee in and around Llangollen.
*Please check the clubs handbook and Nidderdale AC website for rules and regulations.
NIDDERDALE ANGLING CLUB
Nidderdale Angling Club controls around 7 miles of fishing on the River Nidd and Scar House Reservoir. Fishing is centred around the pretty village of Pateley Bridge, in the Yorkshire Dales. The River Nidd has a good population of both wild and stocked Brown Trout and wild Grayling.
*Please check the clubs handbook and Derwent AA website for rules and regulations.
DERWENT (CO. DURHAM) ANGLING ASSOCIATION
Based in the beautiful Derwent valley on the Border of Northumberland and Durham in the north east of England. Established in 1865, we have 15 miles of fly fishing on the River Derwent, with good stocks of brown trout and grayling.
*Please check the clubs handbook and Llandeilo AA website for rules and regulations.
LLANDEILO ANGLING ASSOCIATION
The association manage or own around 9 miles of the main river Tywi, one of Europe's premier sea trout rivers, or sewin as we prefer to call them; Some of the best traditional sewin fishing available anywhere in the UK. As well as seatrout, there is also the chance of catching the 'Occasional Salmon' as we do still get a run of salmon, particularly in the Autumn Months.
*Please check the Dalbeattie Angling Association website for rules and regulations.
DALBEATTIE ANGLING ASSOCIATION
The Dalbeattie Angling Association leases 3.5 miles of the lower Urr. Good numbers of salmon and sea trout are taken from the DAA beats every year, with fish running into the river from late spring onwards. The main runs are from late summer until the end of the season (30th November).