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This years open day will be Saturday 6th August 2022

 
FROM SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26TH 2021 ALL LOCKS WILL BE REPLACED WITH COMBINATION LOCKS THE NUMBER WILL BE PROVIDE WITH MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION AND RENEWAL AND CHANGED EVERY YEAR.
 
 
DARLINGTON ANGLERS’ CLUB ADOPTS 100% CATCH AND RELEASE
The days of catching fish “for the pot” are over.
The Club’s Committee has decided that the “No Kill” policy at Cleasby Lake will be extended to all the Club’s waters on the River Tees.
This means that no fish, including salmon, sea trout, brown trout, grayling and all coarse fish, can be killed or removed from any of the Club’s waters.
Experience on other waters has proved that such a policy will result in bigger and better fish being available for sport.
Members who want a fish for eating are advised to go to Morrisons instead!
 
 

We are a fishing club based in Darlington, County Durham.  Established in 1894, the club has over 250 members. It has approximately nine miles of river fishing including a 6 acre lake, which is stocked with Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout, as well as coarse fish which includes, Pike, Bream and Carp. We are situated near the village of Cleasby on the outskirts of Darlington.

The River Tees is known for its Brown Trout, Grayling, Salmon and Coarse fish. The club water is situated in the middle reaches of the River Tees. Our space stretches from High Coniscliffe in the west, down to where the River Skerne meets the River Tees at Croft, at the east of Darlington.

 

 

 

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Casting for an elusive salmon on the River Tees. Member Tim Catterall casts a neat line at Crow Wood on the Darlington Anglers' Club water at High Coniscliffe.