A club with three purpose built wheelchair platforms on the River Great Ouse at the Wyboston Lakes Complex on the Bedfordshire/Cambridgeshire border.
Membership is open to anyone living in England, who is disabled and wishes to embrace the sport of fly-fishing for either recreation or competition.
Helps and encourages disabled and less able anglers to get back into fishing and to encourage as many people as possible to take up fishing as a recreational, outdoor activity. Includes image gallery, venue details and tackle shop.
A well established forum and discussion group for disabled angling. Requires free registration.
An annual event held on the first weekend of July, exclusively for disabled anglers from across the country. Includes venue details, directions and contact.
Promotes, assists and organises fishing for the disabled and encourages fair competition between disabled and able bodied anglers. With news and advice articles. Surrey based.
Club information, recommended lakes and rivers, match dates and contact information.
Disabled fishing club for the Essex area. Contains details of club waters, photographs, forum and membership details.
All information contained on T.L.C is intended as advise only. Which is Provided for general information use only, and is not intended as an alternative to professional counselling.Live counseling sessions: Although this is not primarily a counseling site. I am a certificated counselor & I’m here to listen. If you would like someone to talk to I have included a Meebo button and publish a schedule of open door sessions every week. This weeks sessions