River Brue at Flights Weir near Baltonsborough - excellent for chub and roach
At Lydford, Flights Wier and Clyse Hole where they leave the river down to where they re-join the Brue.
From Hurn Farm through to its connection with the River Brue. This deceptive small river is full of chub, roach, dace and gudgeon.
From source at Glastonbury down to Edington Bridge. The South Drain is a slow moving drain containing a variety of fish such as roach, bream, rudd, tench and perch. Pike are a popular target species due to the abundance of pray fish.
1 1/2 fields above the Wedmore to Westhay Road, upstream to source. Resident species are the same as the South Drain.
River Hartlake, Whitelake & Redlake
From source down to where the Whitelake meets the Sheppey and enters the Brue. Similar species to tose in the Brue are present.
Burtle Road Lakes
Located on the the Burtle Road between Westhay and Burtle. Three lakes containing mixed species including bream, roach, tench, rudd, perch, carp and crucian carp. These lakes offer a tranquil environment with wonderful wildlife to observe and plenty of fish to catch.
Ashcott Road, Meare. This small, intimate water contains carp, crucians, roach, rudd, skimmers, perch and tench. An ideal venue for youngsters or those seeking plenty of bites.
Somerset Levels Association of Angling Clubs (S.L.A.A.C.)
Members are entitled to fish waters belonging to SLAAC. See the map for details.
Both banks from Lydford on Fosse Bridge down stream to the old White House site, approximately 1 1/2 miles below Westhay bridge. Also the north bank above Lydford on Fosse Bridge from the fifth to the ninth field.
The Brue offers fantastic sport from a variety of species. The river holds generous stocks of chub, dace, roach, bream, tench, perch, rudd, and gudgeon. The odd carp shows in an appearance now and then. The upper reaches also hold trout.
For pike anglers the Brue offers excellent sport with fish in excess of 20lb showing each season.