Ulverston Angling Links

Code of Conduct The National Angling Association's Code of Conduct for Coarse Anglers. This is a seriously good read. If you want to know what you really should be doing when you fish including, Care of the environment, Litter/nylon line, Wildlife and the bankside, Conduct at the waterside, General safety to tackle, rigs and bait, through to Fish handling, and photography then read this guide.

The Cumbrian Angler's Blog Alan Plevey has started to blog his fishing exploits. As well as his posts on the UAA Blog have a read what he gets up to on his adventures around Cumbria and beyond.

South Cumbria Fly Dressers Guild South Cumbria Fly Dressers have a small micro web site. Follow the link to see details of their weekly meetings thoughout the winter months.

South Cumbria Fly Dressers Blog South Cumbria Fly Dressers have started up a blog to keep members informed of the goings on at their weekly meetings thoughout the winter months. Read about their tiers and guest speakers by following their blog.

Lake District Fly Fishing Instruction As a professional and skilled AAPGAI, RIO and SAGE fly fishing and fly casting instructor, Tony Riley provides a qualified and professional fly fishing skills, fly fishing casting tuition and guiding service. Choose from brown trout and winter grayling fly fishing lessons, casting tuition and fly fishing courses, on a variety of rivers and stillwaters throughout the Lake District, Ulverston and Cumbria.

Texel Sheep raised at Stonebeck in Cumbria UAA Committee member Andrew Butcher has been raising Texel sheep in Stonebeck in Cumbria for over 10 years. In the UK Texel sheep have shown that they are capable of withstanding the rigors of the Scottish winter without any hardship and their progeny have proved to be as adaptable in our climate and altitude so they are very suitable to Cumbria.