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3 miles of unspoilt and tranquil waters of the Upper Taw stretching from Brushford bridge to Hawkridge wood in Mid-Devon.


2.5 miles of river upstream from Bridge Reeve, Tremayne Water contains a variety of pools with salmon, sea trout and brown trout



We are custodians of our beautiful waters and actively protect and preserve them throughout the year. We strongly support the work of both public (Environment Agency) and private bodies including the Wild Trout Trust, the Southwest Rivers Trust, the River Taw Fisheries Association, and the Salmon & Trout Conservation Society in their efforts to maintain and improve the quality of the natural environment on our rivers.

Video by Martin Pailthorpe. 



The Taw Fishing Club (TFC) was formed in 1912 to provide its members with excellent trout fishing. This remit has not changed for over one hundred years. TFC continues to be a club owned and managed by a small number of wild brown trout enthusiasts who wish to fly-fish on over 5 miles of the unspoilt and tranquil waters of the Upper Taw in Mid-Devon. 


We're looking for new members who will not only enjoy fly fishing but will actively help us maintain our beautiful waters. If that sounds attractive then we'd like to hear from you.



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