UPDATE as of 7th Jan 2021 It is now permitted to go fishing LOCALLY PLEASE be mindful and comply with GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS. It only takes a few anglers breaking the rules to get us all stopped! All angling waters to close as of midnight tonight 5th Jan 2021 Until further notice. Covid-19 Statement from the Angling Trust on the national lockdown rules UPDATE – January 5, 2021 Whilst the regulations have not yet been published we have been informed this evening by the Cabinet Office that the Government have taken the decision that fishing in England will not Continue reading Covid 19 – Lockdown 3
Suspect poaching or other illicit activity? If YOU see someone is fishing illegally or killing and taking fish YOU need to report it. It’s YOUR fish that they are stealing. Its no good moaning about it on Facebook. If it’s a crime in progress DIAL 999 If YOU don’t do it who will? We need every incident to be reported, its the only way that we can get anything done about it. IF IT’S NOT REPORTED – IT DIDN’T HAPPEN! The other option is to report online at https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/report-it This is usually much quicker than calling 101 and you should Continue reading Poaching and Illicit Activity
Please remember, the hours of access to fisheries are agreed with the landowners, fishing outside of these times could jeopardise the fishing rights for ALL club members. Most of our waters allow fishing from 05:00hrs to 22:00hrs with a 15 minute allowance for tackling up. Some waters have a more restricted access, please check the club rules for each water before fishing. Your yearbook and the club website have details for each fishery.
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 fishing on a Bingley Angling Club book. No fishing is allowed upstream of this point The strip of the wall and grass between the fence and the bridge is PRIVATE LAND! Members Continue reading WRAY WOOD 2019