COVID-19 update – fishing to restart.

man with fishing rod

From 6am Wednesday 13th May 2020. Club waters to re-open with the following provisos. Please follow government and Angling trust guidance re: social distancing; safety; etc. You must be in possession of your club membership book and Environment Agency Licence, while fishing. There is an increased likelihood that these will be checked.   NO Day Tickets – until further notice.   Canal open but only if safe to fish and still give a clear space beyond 2m for people to pass (i.e. at least 3m behind you). Do not fish in close proximity to moored boats.   Still Waters Open Continue reading COVID-19 update – fishing to restart.

2020 Yearbooks

Bingley Angling Club 2020 Yearbooks

2020 Yearbooks will soon be with us from the printers. As soon as they arrive they will be distributed and available from our agents and online shop. If you order your yearbook online and wish to fish before your book arrives, remember to print out your Paypal receipt email and carry it with you as proof of purchase. Membership runs for a calendar year – ALL memberships expire on 31st December of the year printed on the Yearbook cover

2019 Yearbooks

Bingley angling club 2019 yearbook cover

2019 Yearbooks are now in stock.    Available from our agents and online shop. If you order your yearbook online and wish to fish before your book arrives, remember to print out your Paypal receipt email and carry it with you as proof of purchase. Membership runs for a calendar year – ALL memberships expire on 31st December of the year printed on the Yearbook cover

Wray Wood – June 2018

This fence marks the upper fishing limit of the Bingley Angling Club stretch of the River Wharfe at Wray Wood, Boston Spa

WRAY WOOD – BOSTON SPA – River Wharfe With the new season only just around the corner I’m sure a few of you will be itching to get back on the rivers.   PLEASE NOTE – There is a new fence at the top of the length marking the boundary, It is to the downstream side of the bridge across to Flint Mill. The fence cuts across the field and meets up with the bottom end of the concrete and stone wall which runs down from the weir.   Where this fence meets the wall is the UPPER LIMIT for Continue reading Wray Wood – June 2018