Fishing Tackle Shops in Derby

Find Fishing Tackle Shops in Derby

Cooper’s Tackle, 113 Netherhall Rd, Leicester, LE5 1DR
Tel. 0116 241 2633

Immingham Angling Centre, 381 Pelham Rd, Immingham, DN40 1NG
Tel. 01469 572358

Matchman Supplies Angling Centre Ltd, 4 Ella Rd, Nottingham, NG2 5GW
Tel. 0115 981 3834

Melton Angling, 15 Mill St, Melton Mowbray, LE13 1AY
Tel. 01664 560800

Paul’s Tackle Centre, Doncaster Rd, Doncaster, DN12 4HU
Tel. 01709 862558

The Baitbox, 6 Wellington Rd, Mablethorpe, LN12 1HR
Tel. 07966 143752

The Tradin Post, 141 Hainton Avenue, Grimsby, DN32 9LF, South Humberside
Tel. 01472 345376

Fishing Tackle Shops Derby

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Covering the following areas in Derby: Alfreton, Ashbourne, Bakewell, Belper, Burton-On-Trent, Derby, Heanor, Ilkeston, Matlock, Ripley, Swadlincote

Fishing Tackle Shops in  Derby

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You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

In the morning, the conger was still lying in the bath, but Barry now discovered that a fish, especially an eel, becomes very slimy indeed if left in salted water for any length of time. So the challenge was how to get a heavy, wet and exceptionally slippery fish from the bathroom down to the kitchen without covering the newly fitted carpet on the landing, staircase and hall in conger slime.
Barry’s instinct told him that he had more chance of success if he abandoned the direct, internal route and went instead for an exterior strategy. He opened the bathroom

The otter kept watching us, although we never seemed to get any closer, despite the fact we were drifting. He must have been backpedalling to keep his distance while he studied these strange people invading his watery habitat, and then, like the earlier encounter, he simply slipped below the surface and was gone.
‘I’m going to enjoy hearing you describe this one in the bar tonight,’ I told Geordie. ‘It might be better to keep quiet about it, because no bugger’s going to believe us.’
They didn’t, of course, and still don’t to this day, I’m sure, even though

George grunted, sorted out his line and cast again, this time just long enough for him to work the muddler through the surface. His concentration was fixed firmly on the wake of the fly across the water, when a mouth suddenly appeared and slashed violently at it. There was a tug, but then nothing.
‘Damn, that was a fish!’ he cried out in stunned surprise.
Peter laughed. ‘I told you…’
‘I’ve got one!’ shouted Helen from the bow, and George glanced over to see his wife’s single-handed rod bouncing around as she played an energetic salmon adroitly in the

Full List of areas covered on our Derby Fishing Tackle Shops Directory:

Allestree, Alvaston, Chaddesden, Chellaston, Crewton, Derby, Littleover, Mickleover, Normanton, Osmaston, Spondon