Founded in 1967, the association has been located at the Willwerath reservoir since 1971, where the club's home, the "Anglerklause", is also located. For more than 50 years we have always tried to offer our members and guest anglers a wide range of local species for fishing. Whether it is predatory fish such as pike, pikeperch, perch, brook trout and eel or fried fish such as scale carp, mirror carp, tench, bream and roach, there should be something for everyone.
However, we are particularly proud of the original "Eifel brown trout" from our own offspring, the preservation of which has become a main goal of the association. So in 1991 it came about that, in close cooperation with the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, we run the species conservation project "Eifeler brown trout and river pearl mussel" - two species whose survival is inextricably linked. Our brood house and the pond “In der Litzer”, specially built for this purpose, enable successful breeding in natural ponds to expose the trout in streams in the region and thus also to redistribute the pearl mussel.
Another important focus is to give young anglers and those who want to become an easy entry into this interesting hobby. For example, we organize a youth camp for our club youth and interested parties and, provided there are enough participants, we endeavor to have courses for obtaining the federal fishing license held in the Anglerklause.
Visit us at the Willwerath reservoir and learn more about the diverse possibilities that the fishing club Prüm 1967 eV offers you as an angler and nature lover.