Calder Angling Association


The River Calder offers challenging fishing throughout the season. Runs of migratory fish are associated with spate conditions after heavy rain with some influence from the tides they say….

Wild Brown Trout
fishing is available throughout the season regardless of water levels.

Sea Trout can run as early as May depending on weather and water conditions.

Salmon* tend to be later in the summer, the first usually being seen in August and fish right up until the end of the season, October 31.*EA currently order Catch and Release for Salmon.

Calder Angling Association (CAA) holds the majority of fishing rights along the River Calder. This is available to members and visitors who hold an Environment Agency Rod License.

In addition to national regulations CAA has some local rules which apply to all members and visitors (issued with permit along with a map of permissible fishing areas)

Full Memberships and Day Tickets available from the Secretary, details below:

Current visitor costs— Full Membership £65 (U-18 £5), Day Ticket £10

David Stubbings: Leys Croft, Moss Side, Egremont. Cumbria.

Telephone: 01946 841641 Mobile: 07710 614434

"If I’m free I’m happy to introduce visitors to the river or discuss other local fishing options, Coarse + Sea-fishing. I can’t guarantee fish though!"     

CAA Facebook page: Calder Angling Association

For Baits and Tackle contact Paul Armstrong at Cumbria Tackle and Guns Whitehaven. (on Facebook, Phone 01946 691300)

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