We are increasingly concerned about reports of the abuse of club rules and of the river by club members at Wray Wood. We request all members to respect the rights of all landowners in the vicinity of club waters: Please observe access/fishing times, fishery limits and comply with ALL club rules/fishery byelaws whilst fishing. Members have reported (and removed) large amounts of litter which has obviously been left by overnight “anglers” in several locations on the venue. We will consider the expulsion of any member who we believe has put our long tenure at Wray Wood in jeapordy by their Continue reading Wray Wood
The Aire Rivers Trust latest clean up day will be this Sunday (11th June), any members who want to help out should meet with the group in the Bradford and Bingley Sports Club carpark at 10 am. Please bring work gloves and waders if you have them, the event should finish at 2pm but a tea break and rest period are promised.
The Wild Trout Trust obtained funding from Yorkshire Water to improve fish habitat on lengths of river which were leased from or adjacent to Water Authority property and Jonathan Grey who is their Research and Conservation Officer contacted local angling clubs early this year in search of suitable projects. As at least some of the East Riddlesden Hall length lies opposite Marley sewage works, we put it forward for consideration. The Wild Trout Trust were interested in the two Becks which enter the Aire on this length as they show promise as potential spawning sites for adult fish as well Continue reading Habitat Improvement at East Riddlesden Hall
Teapot Dam will be closed to members on Saturday April 23rd to allow location shooting for scenes from God’s Own Country, a new feature film which is set in and around Keighley. Now changed from Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd April
The 2015 Christmas Cheer match will be held on Sunday 31st January (2016), hopefully on the River Aire in Myrtle Park, the draw will be at 9 am in the car park behind the Ferrands Arms. Please call Tony on 07971 428678 to book a peg.
There will be a working party at Coppice Pond on this date to rectify problems with fish refuges, we will be meeting at 10am. Please get in touch. or just turn up if you can help out.