John Norris of Penrith
Penrith Angling Association have an agreement with John Norris fishing tackle which entitles all members to a 15% discount off goods bought from the shop.
Please note: This does not apply to special offer, sale goods or mail order and discount will only be given if a valid membership card is presented at the time of purchase.

The Eden Angler
Guided fly fishing and tuition on the rivers of the Eden Valley and stillwater fishing on Ullswater and Haweswater from Geoff Johnston who is a member of the Association of Advanced
Professional Game Angling Instructors (A.A.P.G.A.I.)

Eden Rivers Trust
Penrith Anglers support the Eden Rivers Trust. The trust was formed in 1996, their mission is to assist in the conservation, protection and improvement of rivers, streams, their bank sides and all associated wildlife in the Eden catchment.

The River Eden and District Fisheries Association (REDFA) was formed following the demise of the Cumberland River Board in 1951 to represent and proclaim the interests of the River Eden’s anglers, clubs and riparian owners.

Fish Legal
Fish Legal is a not-for-profit membership association which promotes and encourages the conservation and sustainable management of UK rivers, stillwaters and coastal waters and the role of angling within this. We use the law to fight pollution and other damage and threats to the water environment on behalf of anglers, consistent with these objectives.

Reel Memories Sporting Photography
Hugh Bird is a professional photographer based in Cumbria and has photographed
extensively throughout the UK and further afield. Having originally trained as a gamekeeper in the late 1990's and being a dedicated Eden fly fisher, Hugh has a sound working knowledge of all that is involved on a shoot day or a day on the river.

The Wild Trout Trust
A charity dedicated to the conservation of wild trout in Britain and Ireland through the protection and restoration of their habitats.

The Grayling society
For anyone interested in Grayling fishing the society website is worth a look.

The Countryside Alliance