Wetherby & District Angling Club



River Wharfe:

Collingham - South Bank from Linton Bridge downstream to Collingham Wood.

Excellent shallow water fishing for chub,barbel,dace,grayling,perch and trout. There are some large pike about as well. We even had a few carp caught as well.DAY TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE. See below for where to buy.

Wetherby Ings - Downstream from Collingham Wood to the swimming baths.

Mixture of deep and shallow water containing mixed fish species (as Collingham) plus roach and gudgeon with the odd carp. DAY TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE.

Wetherby Gregory - Weirpool to old A1 bridge (both banks).

This section is an aquarium. Species as above. MEMBERS ONLY-NO DAY TICKETS.

Wetherby Grange - Sewage works bank -  Left bank downstream from Old A1 bridge down to sewage works lower limit fence .

Wetherby Grange - Grange Park bank -  Right bank downstream from Old A1 bridge to stables. Also behind stables down into Gunter Wood.

Predominantly barbel,perch,dace,grayling,bream,ruffe and chub. MEMBERS ONLY-NO DAY TICKETS.


 Fly fishing

 We have many pools and glides all along our controlled waters that are great for the fly fisherman from Collingham to Wetherby. There is a large head of grayling and trout to be had on the fly along with dace and chub that take as well or even try for the pike and perch with the fly. 



Book runs from 1st March to 28th February.

Senior subscription �30 per year plus a �10 initial joining fee.

Junior subscription �10 per year plus �5 initial joining fee.

Veteran subscription �15 per year. (must have 5 years unbroken senior membership to qualify for the reduced rate).


Wetherby Sports Association next to the swimming pool on the Ings in Wetherby.

Collingham Post Office in Collingham.(next to pedestrian crossing)

Rodgers tackle shop at Seacroft.(Barwick Road End roundabout-York Road)

J & M Wines, Beancroft Road, Castleford.

Costa Coffee, Riverview Court, Wetherby Town Centre.


Seniors - 5 pounds

Juniors - 3 pounds


According to our records, the club was formed in 1914 with 17 members who paid the princely sum of five shillings each per year.

Day tickets cost one shilling.

There are costs for the bus fares to Collingham in the accounts which total 2 shillings 8 pennies for attendance of committee meetings.

Matches were run regularly with results being logged from 1922. There were no weights approaching anywhere near double figures on any venue fished from the Ouse to the Trent until well into the 1960's.

The earliest record book is first dated 14.8.1914 but inside the front cover is written "Book 2A". Where are books 2 or 1 ? if they existed. So it is possible that the club was founded before this date.