Rye Loaf litter pick update

Meet for this Saturdays’ Aire River Trust litter pick will be at the gates of Dowley Gap Household Waste Reclamation Centre at 10AM (latecomers are advised that there will be parking available at the bottom of the slip road on the left hand side as you drive through the gates). Volunteers are advised to wear boots and warm clothing – litter pickers, gloves, bags and hot drinks will be provided by the organisers. Contact [email protected] for more information. The next litter pick will be on April 20th we will post more info on that event as soon as possible.

Work Party Coppice Pond Sunday 25th March

Work Party, Coppice Pond, Bingley angling club

There will be a work party at Coppice Pond on Sunday 25th March. If you want to see restocking take place within the next 12 months, please step forward and help us get the work done now. The plan is to make improvements and protection so that aquatic plants can be re-introduced safely away from the ravages of the geese. This will provide shelter for the fish from predators and spawning habitat to allow the fish to breed more successfully. We would also like to do some restocking, but we do not want to do this until we know there Continue reading Work Party Coppice Pond Sunday 25th March

Aire Rivers Trust Litter Picks

The latest Aire Rivers Trust litter pick is this Saturday 24th March at Charlestown, meet at 10 am at the “eastern end of Dockfield Road” (Shipley) – by the viaduct and Woodbottom footbridge. Boots and warm working clothes are advised but gloves, litter pickers, bags (and tea, coffee and biscuits) will be provided. There will be another litter pick at Rye Loaf Meadow, Bingley on April 7th, and one on the 20th April at another site. We will post further details on these events as soon as we have them, or you can contact the organiser [email protected] for more information.

Work Party Coppice pond 7th Jan 2018

Work Party, Coppice Pond. Bingley angling club

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!

Cormorant Watch

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&sectionTitle=Predation+by+Cormorants+and+Goosanders http://www.cormorantwatch.com/