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Link1. Congleton & District Fly Fishers Westlow Mere, reclaimed by both nature and man from sand excavation in the 1970's, comprises some eighteen acres of crystal clear water, fed by natural springs. Situated just below the town of Congleton in the middle reaches of the Dane Valley.

Link2.  Dame Juliana League Fly Fishers
Pennsylvania's most prestigious fly fishing club Our mission is to educate our members in the art and science of fly fishing
 Link3.  Darlington Flyfishing & Flytying
Website of a new group setting up in the Darlington, UK area. Descriptions of local waters etc.
 Link4.  Delaware Valley Women's Fly Fishing Association
A fly fishing club that promotes the sport of fly fishing among women and provides a means for women fly fishers to meet, network and fish together.
 Link5.  England Ladies Fly Fishing Association
An association promoting the sport of fly fishing amongst ladies in England.
 Link6.  Jedforest Angling Association
Local angling club in the Scottish Borders offering salmon trout and grayling fishing.
 Link7.  Lee Wulff Chapter of Trout Unlimited
Serving the Northwest suburbs of Chicago to conserve, protect, and restore North America's coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.
 Link8.  NIDDERDALE ANGLING CLUB - Trout and grayling fishing on the River Nidd
Nidderdale Angling Club offers flyfishing and bait fishing on the River Nidd, around Pateley Bridge, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, for brown trout and grayling

Link9. Herts FlyDressers Guild
The Herts Branch of the Flydressers Guild meets each 2nd and 3rd Monday of the Month from September to June. We have a full programme of speakers and fly tying workshops and meet in Lemsford Village Hall, Lemsford, nr Welwyn Garden City. Meetings start at 8pm

 Link10.  Santa Cruz Fly Fishermen - SCFF
The Santa Cruz Fly Fishermen began as a small group of fly fishers, mainly steelhead fishers and one or two salt water fishers, gathering together on the banks of the San Lorenzo River, sharing tips, tales, and other fishing lore, and had its formal roots at Ernie's Casting Pond, a local fly shop in Santa Cruz.