As a result of representations made to the government by the angling trust fishing will now be permitted. Please bear in mind these key points:- This is a strictly limited resumption of LOCAL fishing and very different to how we have been allowed to operate since May. We are in a National Lockdown and thisContinue Reading Fishing Allowed Again
Unfortunately due to the lockdown commencing tonight and in order to comply with government regulations no fishing will be permitted on any WDNAC waters until further notice. We apologise for this short notice but hope that fishing will be again permitted very soon.
Please note that as Northamptonshire will be in Tier 4 from tonight match fishing on club waters is not permitted until further notice.
Mill cotton pegs 28 -40 booked for match 30th December 2020
As Chairman of WDNAC I was delighted to hear that we had been voted Club of The Year for 2020 in The Angling Times National Angling Awards. This award is the icing on the cake in what has been a very busy and successful year for the Club. It has been achieved by a dedicatedContinue Reading WDNAC VOTED ANGLING TIMES CLUB OF THE YEAR AWARD 2020
Please note that there is a mistake in the membership book on page 21. The small section of water on the north bank either side of Cheremy bridge is private and does NOT form part of the clubs Oundle waters. Please do not access this water, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please note that Mill Cotton Lakes will be closed on Wednesday 25th November due to essential maintenance. The 2 lakes will reopen on Thursday 26th November. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please be aware that during the lockdown period all matches of any size are banned on club waters. The Angling Trust have done a sterling job of preserving our right to continue fishing during the lockdown period. In order to continue enjoying this benefit we must ensure that we follow the rules and guidelines advisedContinue Reading NO MATCH FISHING DURING LOCKDOWN
Many anglers over the years have questioned the reason for the various buoys in Barkers Lake on the Brian Crowhurst Ringstead Island Fishery. The various clusters of buoys along the length of the centre of the lake were initially added in the early 2000’s as a visual marker to what lie beneath them. On adviceContinue Reading The Barkers Buoys & Their Removal
Dear members its has come to our notice that someone has dug out several swims on the Ringstead Back Brook. Whilst we appreciate that some of the swims are a little high, and the persons responsible have the best intentions, bank digging is not permitted by the environment agency due to potential erosion issues. ThankContinue Reading Ringstead Back Brook Swim digging.