Clubs and Societies

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Angling (RodSoc)

We are LUU angling society! Whether you like fly, sea or coarse fishing, we do it all! If you're an experienced angler or feel like a fish out of water come along and join us; you'll be hooked.
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Unfortunately, Angling society don't have a committee yet this year, so they will not be holding any activities. If you'd like to volunteer to run the society contact activities@leeds.ac.uk 

If you have bought membership since September 2016, pop to the Helpdesk in the Union and they can arrange a refund. 

 

About us

We run trips every Wednesday to local lakes where we normally catch loads of fish, sometimes over 100! These sessions are mainly for teaching but they are great fun for more experienced anglers as well. At the weekend we head further afield to fish for some seriously big fish or maybe a spot of sea fishing.

The club has all the gear you need to dive straight into angling. Rods, reels and lures, we have it all so you'll be up and fishing in no time. If you have no idea where to begin then the club has experienced anglers that can teach you everything you need to know, from how to catch your first fish to how to land a giant carp.

Every Wednesday we head to the Eldon for the pub quiz and talk about the day's fishing (exaggerate our catches). 

So come along and enjoy everything that angling has to offer.

 

Useful documents

  • Social Guidelines

    Should you be running a social, check out the guidelines for events you run.

We run a weekly teaching trip every Wednesday to Spring end farm. Meet at Parkinson steps at 1, just bring yourself and some lunch we've already got all the gear you will need. Just check the facebook page to make sure it's going ahead.


 

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