On the 8th of April we will be holding another Family Fish Day, this time on a small stillwater at Trevant Farm Fishery in East Keswick just off moor lane.
This again, is a free event to help you have ago. We will be there from 10am till 1pm, a nice short session just turn up and have ago.We welcome all those that have been to the river ones and anybody that has not been able to make it so far.
PLEASE WEAR SUITABLE FOOTWEAR AND CLOTHING TO THE CONDITIONS AND BEING NEAR WATER.
Family Fish Days
On the 25th of February and also the 3rd of March why not come and join us.
10 AM til 1 PM
On the 14th of march our very own Mark Barrow gives a video presentation entitled BEYOND THE BANK.
This video will take under the waters of rivers and still waters around the UK with Pike Perch Grayling etc.
so come and join us.
The club now has a new secretary who is Andy Stonehouse. His contact details are on the contacts page.
The winter yearbook will be available again for this season but it will commence from 15th December 2017 instead of 1st January 2018 and end on 15th March 2018. Please contact our yearbook secretary Mark Craven for details.
Just a reminder that the new yearbook is now available. Usual routine as normal, send your remittance to Mark Craven our yearbook secretary. Mark Craven 6 Leven Gardens Wetherby LS22 7YH 07807240839
6 Leven Gardens
For next season starting 25th March 17, Wetherby Angling Club are entering into an exciting partnership with Ilkley Angling Association where limited numbers of members of both clubs (two per day) can fish each others waters for free. All relevant info is in the new yearbook.
Also we will be rejoining the Boothferry Aire and Calder Amalgamation next season (June 1st) which will give us approx. 11 miles of fishing on the Aire and Calder Navigation canal between the village of Heck right down to Goole. More information will be added to the new yearbook.
Please be aware that due to a change in ownership of the field next to Collingham Church there is no fishing or bank access along the rivers edge of this field for club members. To gain access from the top to bottom lengths or vice versa, you will have to use the public footpath along Collingham beck. The new owner has erected signs to confirm this.
This is the place to find out how the river is fishing.
Plenty of chub and grayling. Some big perch also along with dace.
Plenty of barbel on the town stretch with some also showing at the sewage works. Two very large bream also caught on the sewage works stretch. Plenty of chub up to 8 oz all down the Grange Park and sewage works stretch. Some lovely perch to over 2lb regularly coming out as well as lots of smaller species.
The Ings is producing lots of small shoal fish but isn't being fished hard at the moment.