Fish the beautiful Dorset Stour
Welcome to our web site. 
Let us know what you'd like to see here and what you've caught.
Go to 'Contacts' and email Secretary.


Onn the 'Angling Trust' page you'll find details on the recruitment of Volunteer Bailiffs, an important job for members to do to protect our river and the fish in it. Go have a look!

Email or phone your catches to the Secretary - click on 'Contacts' - and we'll get the news on the website and in the local press.
20 September 2017
Illegal fishing does take place on our waters and reproduced on the 'Angling Trust' page is a copy of the information produced by the Environment Agency and the Angling Trust.
It is difficult for individual anglers to take action but all our members are encouraged to follow the guidelines shown, the Police and the Environment Agency authorities are keen to help all genuine anglers and their clubs in the prevention of illegal angling and the more reports the authorities receive, the more likely they are to take action.
26th April 2018
Attention Pike Anglers
We still need a volunteer to represent the predator anglers and to run the pike matches. These are run on an ad-hoc basis throughout the winter, normally about once a fortnight. There are some great trophies to win at the end of the season and you can also get your name engraved on a trophy as a permanent reminder of what a brilliant pike angler you are.....

Click on 'River Fishing' to find two map pages showing the extent of our river fishing on the Stour
How's about this for a good start to the season?
Danny Hollix, a member for over 50 years, had a nice day at Fiddleford weirpool last Thursday, 21st June.This lovely common carp of 11lb 8oz was his best fish of the day and the top carp reported from our river over the last few years. There are bigger ones in the river but they take some catching. Now, there's a challenge.... 
Well done Danny.
Also at Fiddleford pool Steve Mullins had a nice day last weekend. Steve feeder-fished and had a cracking net made up of 8 bream up to 6lbs, one chub of 3lb 8ozs and a roach of 1lb, total weight 37lbs 8ozs.
No reports of big bream nets from Sturminster weirpool yet - but that's just a matter of time. Keep your reports coming  in.
26th June 18
Here's member Richard Chave with one of a nice bag of small roach taken last week from the Steart stretch of the river (below the Bull pub). Richard will be featuring his visit to our river in one of his regular articles in the August edition of Pole Fishing magazine - out around the middle of July.
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