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Cinder Hill Fly Fishing are members of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal and many of our members are also individual members of the Trust and / or Salmon and Trout Conservation UK.

Although individual membership of these organisations is not now a requirement for membership of Cinder Hill Fly Fishing, we would encourage others to join one or both of these worthy bodies to support all the good work being done to safeguard our waters, fish and fishing.



The Angling Trust is the representative body for game, coarse and sea anglers in England.

Being a member adds support to the campaigns and legal actions they carry out to protect waters, fish stocks and our fishing. They have ongoing programmes to increase the number of anglers fishing for fun and in competitions.

They are fighting for the future of YOUR fishing, but need YOUR support to do more. If you want to protect your fish and fishing, for now and in future, join your representative body today.

Fish Legal (formerly the Anglers Co-operative Association) is a unique, non-profit making organisation set up to use the law to fight pollution and other damage to both the freshwater and marine environment and to protect the rights of anglers and angling, often securing substantial compensation for damage caused to clubs and fisheries.

Fish Legal will act for fishing clubs, fishery owners, syndicates, commercial fisheries etc, who are members, across the whole of the UK.





When the Salmon & Trout Association was formed in 1903, the principal threat to freshwater and marine habitats came from industrial pollution.

The Association began to recruit members and took shape from the concept that, ‘It is necessary for sportsmen, scientists, experts in each branch of fishery care and administration to band themselves together to protect and nurture a natural heritage that civilisation dissipates.’

In 2008 the organisation changed it's name to Salmon & Trout Conservation UK and became a registered charity which has enabled it to specialise as a science based, campaign led, lobbying charity that campaigns for the conservation, protection and sustainable management of an aquatic environment capable of supporting an abundance of indigenous fish species, invertebrates, animals and plant life - from source to sea.








Arlington Reservoir Fishing

As an additional benefit of individual membership of S&TC UK or the Angling Trust, for several years now, the Branch has taken out two Memberships at Arlington Reservoir, enabling members to enjoy a generous £10 discount on the normal day ticket prices.

This arrangement is only available to members who are also individual members of S&TC UK or the Angling Trust, but it makes membership very worthwhile, as in 3 or 4 visits to Arlington one would easily recover the cost of the annual subscription.

The season at the reservoir runs from the beginning of February to the end of June each year and while this facility has been regularly used by some members, we would like to see more taking advantage of this scheme. 

To register their interest in these arrangements and for more detailed information, please contact Branch Secretary Mike Richardson, tel: 01435 812854, email: mike.horam@uwclub.net or: sta.sussex@gmail.com or Rod Yuill, tel: 07972 801914, email: rodyuill@btinternet.com




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Updated December 2019