Welcome to the Ogmore Angling Association
From Andrew, Head Bailiff
"There will be a clean up taking place this Sunday in Wildmill. It will be from 10-1pm and meeting on St Christopher's road from 9.30am onwards. The more people that turn up the better.
If anyone would like to see how or participate in some mink trapping then there will be someone to help on the day.
We look forward to seeing you all Sunday."
Junior comp and clean up images in News
2015 Renewal form and New Member form here
Fish the Ogmore for salmon and sewin fresh off the tide in beautiful surroundings.
Excellent trout fishing for stocked and wild brownies throughout our source to sea waters.
Established in 1891 the Ogmore Angling Association plays an integral part in the community of South Wales, protecting the health of the river and offering excellent, affordable game fishing along the River Ogmore and the rivers which contribute to it.
Club membership and visitor permits enable anglers to target salmon, sewin, grayling and brown trout from streams in the hills to the estuary. Our lower beats are distinguished by populations of bass, mullet and flounder. Such a variety of species and habitats offer unrivalled sport to the discerning angler and this broad diversity ensures the chance to fish club waters no matter what conditions prevail.. well, almost!
We hope the website will be a useful resource to members and visiting anglers alike, it contains an active forum for sharing up to date chat and the site itself gives you all the information you need to keep up with club news and events.
Wishing you fair weather, good water and tight lines for the 2014 season.
Last update - 30th June, 2015 - Wales' only up to date angling website!
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