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Welcome to Lancashire Fly Fishing Association website.

Lancashire Fly currently has a few vacancies for new members.

The LFFA was established in 1947. The aims of the club are to promote fly fishing for game fish and to conserve and protect the species and their habitat.

The current waters include the River Ribble, Hodder, Lune and also include the River Irt in Cumbria – all of these are situated in some of the country’s areas of most outstanding natural beauty, more details of which are included on this website.

Knowlmere Bridge on the River Hodder

All of these waters are fly fishing only. However, spinning is allowed at certain water heights. The use of shrimp and prawn is expressly forbidden on all waters apart from the River Irt.

Membership applications are welcomed, upon receipt of which you will be contacted by myself as the Club Secretary to arrange an informal meeting with some members of the Committee. This will enable you to ask any questions and to receive more details of the club and its objectives.

River Ribble at Gisburn

Membership to the club is currently restricted to 118 members. Maintaining this level of membership, ensures all our waters are very lightly fished, helping to preserve the habitat and fisheries. Lancashire Fly currently has a few vacancies for new members.

The application form gives details of current costs for entry and annual subscription.

John P Shorrock BA FCA

Secretary



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