Corwen and District Angling Club has received a community chest grant to continue the work they have done encouraging new junior members to participate in the sport.
And the county council says every club in Denbighshire will be eligible to apply for a similar cash boost.
For the past four months Corwen Angling Club has taken groups of children to fish at Chirk Fishery for one day a month so that the kids can enjoy uninterrupted coaching.
The parents are invited and food is provided for them in addition to the children - this is all free of charge and all the kids are given free membership to the club.
The club will also be holding fly tying days at the Recreation Pavillion in Corwen over the winter free of charge.
A series of junior fishing competitions have also been arranged for next year in conjunction with Bala Angling Club.
This will be on a monthly league basis and will be over a 6 months period and the intention is to develop the skills of these kids to a high level of competence and the ultimate goal would be for some to represent Wales on the International fly fishing stage.
Corwen Cricket Club, and Henllan Football Club both also benefited from a recent community chest grant as they plan to introduce two new junior teams this year. Corwen cricket club received the full £932 they requested for coach education, training costs and equipment and could still apply for another £568 for further costs this year too. With two more meetings remaining in the current financial year the panel has over £30,000 still available and clubs are encouraged to apply, subject to their meeting the appropriate criteria. For full lists of criteria go to http://denbighshireleisure.co.uk/grants.html#Denbighshire or pick up a leaflet from your local leisure centre. Every club in Denbighshire will be eligible to apply for a community chest grant of up to £1500, every 12 months for separate projects.