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Secretary: Mr A Dixon, 3 Newtown Cottages, Skirwith, Penrith, Cumbria CA10 1RJ Tel: 01768 88294

email penrithaa@btinternet.com


The Association, established since 1850 is non-profit making, with the sole objective being to provide fishing for our members.

We control in the region of 42.5 miles of water, with excellent trout and grayling fishing on the rivers Eden, Eamont, Lowther, Petteril, Lyvennet, Leith, Dacre Beck, Briggle Beck and Trout Beck.
Salmon and Sea Trout fishing is also available for members of the association ( for information on beats and rules see the Regulations page).

'The River Eden at Bell Holme near Great Salkeld'
The River Eden at Bell Holme near Great Salkeld

Penrith Angling Association has some of the best wild brown trout and grayling fishing in the country, set in the unspoilt and idyllic scenery of the Eden Valley. The whole river system is a Candidate European Special Area of Conservation, and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This reflects the area's diversity of wildlife. From source to Solway, the Eden and its tributaries meander through beautiful meadows and woodlands. This uninterrupted tranquillity provides those timeless experiences which are a rare treat for every angler.

The Lake District is an area of outstanding beauty and a perfect holiday destination.
                                                                  
          


 

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