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Our shop is situated only a few hundred yards from the Grand Union Canal, the River Ouse and Bradwell Lake and we have tickets and tackle to cover them all.

A recent catch from NPFA waters

The Milton Keynes area caters exceptionally well for anglers with some wonderful waters both on day ticket and annual permit.  From small private fisheries to the vast expanses of Willen, Caldecotte and Furzton Lakes and from the canal, which is still a favourite with many anglers, to the more challenging river stretches holding monster perch, some great chub and the ever elusive barbel.

Our staff have tales to tell about all of these waters. They are keen and experienced anglers and are more than willing to share their knowledge with you. are always welcome to come into the shop for a chat and a ‘catch’ up with what has been going on!

We have given you just a taste of what we stock here but come on over to see us either to replenish your tackle box, pick up your fresh bait, get your day-ticket or annual permit or if you just want to escape from home for a bit of a chat about where is fishing well.

Catering for all needs, from the young or novice angler to the more mature or experienced among you, we are here to help, give friendly advice and most importantly give you the knowledge and tackle to enjoy your sport.

Below are some useful links which include the clubs whose permits we sell and also to the Environment Agency site where you can purchase your annual rod licence.  The annual rod licence is no longer available through the Post Office so needs to be purchased on line, hopefully this link will be useful to you.  We have also included the Angling Trust, a not for profit organisation providing a united front to represent, grow and protect our sport

Milton Keynes Angling Association  –  This is the largest club in our area offering fantastic value and covering a wealth of still waters from balancing lakes to former gravel pits.  Containing many large carp, big tench, roach, pike, perch and some monster chub.  MKAA gives you access to some fabulous river stretches and also to over nine miles of canal.

Newport Pagnell Fishing Assocation  –  Fishing on our association waters will give you the chance of catching a large variety of specimen fish, including but not limited to, Carp to 32lbs 4oz, Pike to 30lb, Barbel to 16lb, as well as plenty of Chub, Bream, Tench, Roach, Perch and Rudd. So there really is something for all anglers.  Secluded mature lakes and quiet river stretches abound, and other than the prearranged matches you can often find yourself with whole river stretches or even lakes to yourself. You won’t find tarmac roads or paths, manicured swims, busy roads or public access to most areas of the fishery, so if it’s a secluded quiet spot to fish you seek, away from the mainstream, then this could be the club for you

Towcester & District Angling Association  –  Ranging from scenic stretches of the River Tove, to peaceful remote still water venues; along with a stretch of canal the T&DAA has built a good all round value for money club 

Deanshanger & The Stratfords Angling ClubCovering the canal from Lock 21 Cosgrove to Bridge 64 Castlethorpe and also a superb section of the River Ouse at Stony Stratford

The Galleon Angling Club  –  Covering the Grand Union Canal from Bridge 68, Old Wolverton to the Great Ouse Aqueduct

Luton Angling Club  –  Offering a varied range of venues including several lakes, river stretches and over 12 miles of the Grand Union Canal.

​Environment Agency – link to purchase annual rod licence     

The Angling Trust  –  A not for profit organisation, representing anglers, fighting for fish, fishing and the environment. Recognised by the Government as the National Governing Body for angling in England, a  member-based organisation made up of anglers of all disciplines providing a united front to represent, grow and protect our sport.

Canal & River Trust  –  A charity caring for a 2,000-mile-long, 200-year-old, network of canals, rivers, reservoirs and docks with the belief that life is better by water.  The canal and rivers team is made up of angling experts working hard so that we can all enjoy a good day’s fishing