Membership numbers are limited at Errwood Fly Fishing Club and we operate with a healthy waiting list, however, for non-members we do have a number of day tickets readily available from local resources and also an online purchasing system. Day tickets are for a 3 fish catch OR release ticket, which allows fishing from sunrise to sunset.
Please be aware of the Club Rules (at the bottom of this page) concerning Day Ticket Anglers
We now sell day tickets online, through a safe, secure service
Day tickets are also available from the following outlets:-
22 Russell Street, Leek, Staffordshire.
Tel: 01538 382408
Errwood Fly Fishing Club, Day Ticket Rules (Revised 2016)
Bye-Laws and Fishing Rules for Day Ticket Anglers
Day Tickets may be issued from the 3rd Saturday in March until 30th November.
Tickets are non transferable.
Hours of fishing are from sunrise to sunset.
Ticket holders fishing with Members may start at times stipulated for Members in the Club Rules.
Ticket holders fish entirely at their own risk. The Club accepts no responsibility for loss, damage, injury or accident.
Tickets must be completed in ink before fishing. Catch returns must be completed and placed in the returns box near the water control tower before leaving the water. Failure to do so may result in denial of future tickets.
No Brown Trout are to be killed, regardless of size. Should a Brown Trout be hooked badly/bleeding excessively it should be dispatched as quickly and as humanely as possible and left at the waterside. All Brown Trout shall remain the property of Errwood Fly Fishing Club and must not be taken.
Fly-fishing only is allowed. Floats, spinners and ledgers are forbidden. Ground baiting or any form of bait fishing is forbidden.
Only three fish can be killed in one day after which the angler shall leave the water immediately. Catch and release can be practised until the third fish is killed.
All anglers on fishing club/fishery waters must be in possession of a valid Environment Agency (EA) licence at all times. All relevant EA bye laws will be observed on club waters. Failure to provide an EA license to an appropriate official could lead to expulsion from the club/fishery.
No wading is allowed.
Fishing is not permitted from the dam head nor in front of the Sailing Club premises, and under no circumstances from the pontoon.
No radios or dogs are allowed within 30 yards of the high water mark. No fires at all.
Ticket holders may park their cars on the authorised car parks only (not in the Sailing Club car park).
Tickets, catches and bags must be produced on the request of any Bailiff or Club Member.
Returns of fish caught (including nil return) must be posted in the box provided near the control tower or at the sailing club frontage.
Juniors under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
No angler may cast his/her line if there is a possibility of it fouling any water borne craft.
Leaving litter and gutting of fish on the banks or in the water is strictly forbidden.
Anyone breaking the fishing rules will be excluded from the water.