There will be a work party at Coppice Pond on Sunday 7th Jan to improve fish habitat and bankside planting Members are welcome to lend a hand as this is quite a large task The party will be meeting at the pond at 10.00am. Those wanting to lend a hand would be advised to bring waders if possible as some of the work is water based. Please note – there may be some disruption to angling in the areas where the works are being undertaken so do be aware of this when setting of for the days fishing!
Angling Trust and Fish Legal have relaunched the Cormorant Watch website so that we can log sightings of Cormorants and Goosanders on club waters, subjected data may help to introduce more effective control measures on fish eating birds which are decimating fish stocks on all UK waters. Further information is available on this page, and the form for logging sightings is here. http://www.anglingtrust.net/page.asp?section=1763§ionTitle=Predation+by+Cormorants+and+Goosanders http://www.cormorantwatch.com/
We have received sad news today that life member Clifford Bennett passed away last night, and we express our sympathy to all his family and friends. Clifford was a committee member and watcher from at least the early 1980’s, some of our older members may well remember having their books checked by him at Coppice Pond or Harden Dam. He was elected as Chairman at the 1987 AGM (replacing current President Bruce Howard), and retired from his post and committee at the 1991 AGM where he was awarded life membership. After retirement from club duties, Clifford remained in touch with Continue reading C.H. Bennett.
This years AGM will start at 8.00pm prompt on Tuesday 14th November 2017 at The Ryshworth Club, Crossflatts, Binlgley BD16 2HB All proposals must be submitted in writing to the club secretary by 31st October, along with details of the proposer and seconder. And claimers for the specimen fish trophy, should also submit their claims with supporting evidence by 31st October. The meeting will be followed with a pie & peas supper 🙂
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.