Britain’s most popular participation sport has seen Ross-on-Wye attracting anglers for generations and it really is no wonder that active members of the local angling club have grown steadily over the last few decades.

There are private fishing clubs along the river but for day tickets to fish in the immediate area of Ross-on-Wye, the Ross-on-Wye Angling Club offer 5.5 miles of superb fishing on the River Wye, catering for for keen coarse anglers, where barbel, chub and pike can be found along with perch, roach, dace and some grayling. They also offer salmon fishing with some historic named pools and a variety of waters suitable for both spinning and fly fishing.

Contact them by emailing or visit their website by scanning the QR code below:

For equipment, accessories or advice on angling in the area, pop into Fishers on the High Street, just a few minutes walk from the riverside or try Badger’s Bait located in Croft Court in the centre of town just off Broad Street.