Attenborough Nature Res.
Beeston Canal
Bestwood Duck Ponds
Erewash Canal
Grantham Canal Hose
Grantham Canal Cotgrave
Kings Mill Reservoir
Kodak Lakes, Annesley
Newlands ponds, Clipstone
Oldmoor Pond, Strelley
River Maun, Walesby
River Soar
River Trent, Adbolton
River Trent, Beeston
River Trent, Bleasby
River Trent, East Bridgford
River Trent, East Stoke
River Trent, Farndon
River Trent, Shelford
Sowbrook Lake
Thurlby Gravel Pit
Latest News
The latest news from the Nottingham Anglers Association Team

Important Notice Regarding Bestwood Duck Ponds

Will Members please note that the Bestwood Complex will close to ALL Members at 10.00pm on Thursday 9th June 2016 and reopen at 7.00pm on Friday 10th June 2016. The complex will also be closed from 10.00pm on Wednesday 15th June 2016 until 7.00pm on Thursday 16th June 2016.Members will not be allowed to stay on site during the closures. The Closures are required to allow important infrastructure work to take place in relation to a building project. Depending on the progress of the work we may be able to reopen the site before 7.00pm on each day. For further details contact David Turner on 07976 153093. thank you for you assistance in this matter.
 

New Members being taken now for the coming Season

Thinking of joining a local fishing club? then look no further. Anyone joining the Association from 1st April 2016 can fish many waters straight away and will not have to pay any further subscriptions until June 2017. The Association have now introduced Night Fishing on selected stretches of the River Trent. Please click on Membership to find out how to join.
 

Kodak Bottom Lake Available to members Again

The Association are pleased to announce that the Bottom Lake (The Fountain lake)at kodak Lakes is again available for members to fish. After the serious pollution and delays caused by a change of ownership the pond has been re-stocked and is fishable now. A small amount of work will be carried out to clear reeds from the front of some pegs but recent reports suggest that the fishing has recovered and bites are plentiful. The Top Lake was unaffected and is also still available to members.
 

Bestwood Survey and Work in Progress

During early 2014 the Association turned to the Environment Agency Local Fisheries Team to carry out a survey of No1 Pond at Bestwood to look at fish stocks and possible reasons for the poor returns suffered by some members when fishing this pond. Having looked at the samples of fish present in the pond and taken data samples of things such as water temperature it was found that some species had very low growth rates, this was very likely down to the cold conditions that prevail in Natural Spring fed waters. Fry survival rates have also contributed to the problem and again it was thought this may be caused by low water temperature along with very little marginal vegetation for spawning fish. A common factor in both of these problems was the amount of shade provided by the large amounts of trees and bushes that surround the pond. These trees not only prevent natural light getting to the shallower margins of the pond and preventing the growth of marginal reeds but also slow down the rise in water temperature due large amounts of the pond being in the shade. Members may have noticed that work is ongoing around No1 Pond to remove some of the out of control Willows and carry out work on some of the other trees. This work is being carried out in a properly managed way and is in line with the proposals set out in the Environment Agency Report. It is also hoped that an introduction of Carp around the 2lb mark will be made in the next few weeks to help boost sport. The Association would like to thank the Environment Agency for their invaluable help and also the hard working Bailiffs and Volunteers who are carrying out the work. If you have any comments or questions regarding the work or the survey please contact the Secretary
 

Appointment of Junior Development Officer

The Association are pleased to announce the appointment of a Junior Development Officer and qualified angling coach.
Ian Wilks is a fully qualified angling coach who has offered to further the Junior development of the Association.
Coaching sessions have been held during the summer months on various Association waters and have been funded so they are free of charge to both the Junior being taught and to the Association.
In the next few weeks the website will be updated with a new Junior section to bring all the latest news on futher coaching sessions, Junior Matches and any further developments related to Junior angling.
Further information can be obtained from Ian Wilks on 07712 446514
 
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