Welcome to Taunton Angling Association

Taunton Angling Association was founded around 1948 and currently offers fishing to just over¬†500 members, We are dedicated to making your angling experience as pleasurable as possible. Whether you’re interested in Pleasure fishing, carp fishing or pike fishing, we have a venue to suit your needs. We boast some of the best fishing in the South West of England which includes 6 miles of the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal which has been known to produce large nets of Bream and some very large specimen carp and pike. Pleasure nets to 40lbs are not uncommon.

Within this site you will find everything you need to know about the club and its waters, information on membership, and how to become a member of the club. You will be able to find out about current projects and you will be able to obtain up to date information on the latest news and of course, the latest match reports.

Thank you for your visit and we hope you find the website useful. If you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us either by email or telephone. We will always be glad to help.

Please note – Anyone fishing TAA waters must be in possesion of a valid TAA permit and be fishing within the bylaws of the association. If not you will be asked to leave and further legal action may be taken aganst you.

As the weather warms up the risk of transfering disease from one water to another greatly increases. The most effective way of counteracting this is to make sure all nets, weigh slings, unhooking mats etc are completely dry before entering a fishery. TAA would like all of its members to comply with this so as we can maintain healthy, productive venues.


A Member Of The Angling Trust

We are a proud member of the Angling Trust, the new, single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England. The formation of the Angling Trust brings with it a positive new future for angling. For the first time ever, there is a single body to take cohesive action to solve all the problems that affect our sport.

For more information on the Angling Trust visit their website via the link below.