Saddleworth Angling Society
Day tickets are available on the Huddersfield Narrow Canal and Ogden Reservoir or join Saddleworths premier pleasure fishing club. Located in the scenic foothills of the Pennines, north east of Manchester with 9 waters to choose from including brown trout fishing.
SAS owns 5 waters outright and a stretch of the Diggle Brook. We also lease canals, rivers, reservoirs and mill ponds in the area. The Kiln Green complex in Diggle has 3 mill lodges on a landscaped 5 acre site with secure parking. Built with the help of the very first Lottery Sports grant to an angling club, it's wheel chair friendly and has carp to high doubles and a brown trout fly only pool. Eagle Mill Dam in Delph is our latest development, wheelchair friendly, landscaped to a high standard and stocked as a silver fish water.
Application forms available from Guilders of Failsworth, Oldham Angling. Roxy Angling Ashton. Stalybridge Angling Supplies. Tight Lines Shaw. Watershedding Pet Shop Oldham.
Or telephone Peter Mundy 07762 757026, Sae envelope please.
Prices for Saddleworth Angling Society
- Day tickets on the bank: £ 5.00
- Concessionary tickets - Juniors (under 16) Seniors and disabled: £ 3.00
- Entry fee: £ 18.00
- Coarse: £ 50.00
- Trout: £ 65.00
- Combined Trout & Coarse: £ 90.00
Comments on Saddleworth Angling Society
keith welsby 11 months ago[reply]I am a new member of this club. I am disabled and i find the club has made adequate provision to fish my local water[ fishing from adapted pegs]. However, i find myself distanced from having an input into how the water can be best managed. Along with fellow anglers i find a once a year meeting[AGM] not enough time to bring concerns regarding poaching,appropriate stocking, and water management issues to the attention of a distanced relationship between members and the management commitee. I feel a quarterly club meeting would be benificial all round.Written comunication by way of a twice yearly newsletter would be welcomed by the membership.By the membership having a greater say on the running of the club would, i feel, make the waters be first choice to fish, as opposed to second or third.