Welcome to the Fowey Rivers Association…

The Fowey Rivers Association exists to bring together all the clubs, syndicates and fishing associations along the river – and work with Riparian owners, South West Water, The Environment Agency, West Country Rivers Trust and the small army of volunteers doing clearing work, habitat renovation, surveys and conservation.

The Fowey Catchment

The River Fowey is a prime Cornish spate river rising on Bodmin Moor about 1 mile North-East of Brown Willy and flowing south to the sea at Fowey. It has a catchment of over 65 sq/miles including its tributaries – The Cardinham river, The Warleggan river, The St Neot River, The Trenant stream, The river Lerryn.

Journey of the River Fowey


Draynes Valley

Golitha Falls

Glynn Valley





Bridges over the River Fowey

A30 Bridge

Ninestones Bridge

Draynes Bridge

Ashford Bridge

Respryn Bridge

Restormel Bridge

A390 Bridge

Lostwithiel Bridge