Welcome to Christchurch Angling Club
Offering the finest fishing available across a stunning portfolio of venues.
Explore our waters
Whatever discipline of fishing you enjoy, we offer some of the most productive and picturesque venues available. From chalk streams rich with barbel, chub and specimen roach & pike to stillwaters holding 50lb+ carp, double figure tench and 4lb+ perch, we have all aspects of coarse fishing covered.
If migratory fish are your preference we have numerous stretches of the Hampshire Avon, Dorset Stour and Frome where salmon and sea trout are caught each year. Specimen grayling and brown trout also present in many stretches and, in addition, we offer the game enthusiast a regularly-stocked three lake trout complex.
Access to all is covered by the same, single membership and all hold the potential to produce even bigger specimens in the future.
Have a look around, enjoy the footage we have of many of our fisheries and feel free to send us any questions.
We've created this rolling log to keep you up to date on the very latest news on the resumption of angling across ourwaters.29th May From Monday 1st June we ae no longer asking members to book tickets in advance for day angling on any waters. Thank you for your...
All of our memberships include fishing for migratory and game fish on many stretches of the Avon, Stour and the Frome. This, along with our 3 lake trout complex at Whitesheet, ensures we have all bases covered for those who enjoy the refined art of fly fishing or...
To protect against Koi Herpesvirus (KHV) the committee will be reinforcing the “dry nets” policy as stated in your rule book. Insisting on dry nets, mats and slings is the safest way for us to protect out fisheries. Please ensure you have thoroughly dried all your...
There has been no spawning activity on Spinnaker Lake for the last few days. As such, the water will reopen on Saturday 30th May. Tickets will be available to book from 17:00 on Friday 29th. The temporary regulations (1 on 1 off or 2 on 5 off unless space remains...