The club is one of the oldest in the country and provides fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the rivers of West Devon. The rivers on the western edge of Dartmoor have much to offer both the local and visiting angler. The club is small and friendly and the rivers are lightly fished.

The club has a large selection of rivers available for fishing throughout the season. Permits can be bought online using the Fishing Permits page or through our local agents. Permits are flexible and are available for a day, week, month and full season.

Tavy Walkham and Plym Fishing Club Full Membership is limited to 38 anglers who are able to fish on a number of reserved River Tavy beats. For more information on membership, contact us.

The club has several Beats on the River Tavy covering over 4 miles from Tavistock to Lopwell Dam.

Beat 1 offers permit fishing for the day, week or month close to Tavistock.

Teat Blue and Silver

The club has 6 Beats on the River Walkham from Merrivale in the heart of Dartmoor, to its confluence with the River Tavy at Double Waters.

Most of the Beats are available to Permit holders. Please see the River Walkham page for full details of the Beats.

The club has over 3.5 miles of fishing on the River Plym which is also known as the River Cad above Cadover Bridge.

The top of the river is in open moorland but below Cadover Bridge the river descends into a deep valley and the scenery is spectacular.

For full details of the fishing please see the River Plym (Cad) page.

The club also has Beats on the River Tamar and the River Meavy.