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  • Accommodation.html

  • Club fees and application form for Penrith Angling Association
    Club-fees-and-Application.html

  • Exchange tickets are available for members to fish other waters
    Exchange-Tickets.html

  • Fishing tips for anglers visiting Penrith AA waters
    Fishing-Tips.html

  • Recommended flies for Penrith AA waters
    Flies.html

  • Penrith Angling Association provide Grayling fishing for members only on the following waters during the closed trout season
    Grayling-fishing.html

  • Invasive-species-Biosecurity.html

  • Penrith AA links page
    Links.html

  • Maps for all Penrith angling association waters are available for downloading and printing
    Maps.html

  • Penrith Angling Association established since 1850 is non-profit making, with the sole objective being to provide fishing for our members.
    index.html

  • Maintenance work on Penrith AA waters
    Penrith-Anglers-at-work.html

  • Regulations.html

  • Penrith Angling Association controls approximately 7.5 miles of mainly double bank fishing on the River Eamont.
    River-Eamont.html

  • Penrith Angling Association controls approximately 9 miles of the Eden on various beats between Bolton near Appleby and Armathwaite.
    River-Eden.html

  • Penrith Angling Association controls approximately 9.5 miles of mainly double bank on the River Lowther.
    River-Lowther.html

  • sitemap-page-order.html

  • Penrith Angling Association also caters for the small stream enthusiast with approximately 17.5 miles of fishing on Troutbeck, Briggle Beck, Dacre Beck, and the rivers, Leith, Lyvennet and Petteril.
    Small-Streams.html

  • vacancy.html

  • Daily and weekly visitor tickets are available for Penrith Angling Association waters
    Visitor-tickets.html