Millstreams

NFU Office, 1 Sadler Street, Wells, BA5 2RR, Somerset, United Kingdom

Glaston Manor Angling Association has been in existence for over 100 years. They are a non-profit making club offering quality coarse fishing in the heart of Somerset. The River Brue provides some of the best winter roach, chub, bream and pike fishing in Somerset. Both banks from Lydford on Fosse Bridge down stream to the old White House site, approximately 1 1/2 miles below Westhay bridge as well as the north bank above Lydford on Fosse Bridge from the fifth to the ninth field. The Brue offers fantastic sport from a variety of species. The river holds generous stocks of chub, dace, roach, bream, tench, perch, rudd, and gudgeon. The odd carp shows in an appearance now and then. The upper reaches also hold trout. Other locations include Millstreams, River Sheppey, South Drain, North Drain, River Hartlake, Whitelake & Redlake, Burte Road Lakes and Moorlands Fishery. They have a well-attended senior match fishing section where new participants are always welcome. Their junior membership section combines regular friendly competitions with coaching sessions throughout the season. Entry is free with prizes available on the day and at the end of the season.

Contact Address: C/O 53 Grange Avenue, Street, Somerset, BA16 9PF

Permits can be purchased at:
W.G. Grinter, 99 High Street, Street, BA16 0EZ (01458 442581)
Thyers Tackle, 1A Church Street, Highbridge, TA9 3AE (01278 786934)
Somerset Angling, 74 Bath Road, Bridgwater, TA6 4PL (01278 431777)
Viaduct Fishery, Cary Valley, Somerton, Somerset, TA11 6LJ (01458 274022)
A M Hobbs, Radstock Road, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, BA3 2AA (01761 412934)


Address: NFU Office, 1 Sadler Street, Wells, BA5 2RR, Somerset, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.fishinginsomerset.com

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