WELCOME TO THE KENNICK FLY FISHERS ASSOCIATION
Kennick Fly Fishers Association (KFFA) was founded in 1975 by a group of local anglers with a common interest in and a love of fly fishing. It is a fully constituted amateur organisation run for the benefit of its members who share a passion for fly fishing and enjoyment of the countryside.
Kennick Reservoir is managed by South West Lakes Trust. Established in April 2000, The South West Lakes Trust is the South West's largest conservation and recreation charity. It was created to encourage, promote and enhance sustainable recreation, with access, nature conservation and education on and around over 50 inland waters in the South West for the benefit of all.
We have a membership of 130, which makes Kennick one of the largest fishing clubs in the South West.
We have an active Fishing competition calendar throughout the season sponsored by Snowbee UK Ltd. See calendar page for details of events in 2024.
There are instruction days, fly tying sessions, social events and skittles nights which all are welcome to get involved with.
There are attractive membership discount benefits available.
Why not join today.
Kennick was built in 1884 and was one of the first venues in Europe to stock rainbow trout. Kennick is 50 acres in size and regularly stocked with rainbows from 2lbs. Kennick Reservoir is managed by South West Lakes Trust. Established in April 2000, The South West Lakes Trust is the South West's largest conservation charity.
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or the Top Rod Competition.
Top Rod winner 2023 Darren Penfold
Top Bank - Alex Venn
Top Boat - Darren Penfold
Top Senior - Peter Brown
Top Junior - Max Mockridge
Chairman's Shield - Max Mockridge
Best fish by a Kennick Member - Peter Gilpin 3lbs