Club News

Coronavirus Update.Fri, 27th March 2020

Coronavirus Update: A bigThank You to anglers for followingStay Safe, Stay Home adviceFriday, 27th March 2020 The Angling Trust, alongside a number of other Sport England governing bodies, has been in contact with the Sports…
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Work Parties 2020

Dear members, because of the Coronavirus & the recent lock down announcement. The work parties for both litter picking & Giant Hogweed cutting is cancelled. If we are able to re arrange dates for them…
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Pink Salmon

Published 21 August 2019 From:Environment Agency Up until recently, catching a Pacific pink salmon was as rare as netting a red herring. However in 2017 unprecedented numbers of this species were reported within inshore coastal…
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Potential extension to the Yorkshire and North East coastal sea trout netting season

Please take the time to look at & complete the survey in the link below. https://consult.environment-agency.gov.uk/north-east/yorkshire-and-north-east-coastal-sea-trout-fishery/ Have a look at the response from WTT, The Wild Trout Trust for guidance. https://www.wildtrout.org/news/consultation-on-the-yorkshire-and-ne-coast-drift-net-sea-trout-fishery

Cong Burn Car-park Arson

The photos below are to accompany the recent newsletter sent out to all members. When more details are available & the consequences to the club have been sorted a further newsletter will be sent out.

Fishermen tackle riverside rubbish

http://www.durham.gov.uk/article/21510/Fishermen-tackle-riverside-rubbish Chester-le-Street anglers have cleared a riverside of waste in a community clean-up. Chester-le-Street and District Angling Club collected 40 bags of litter Fifteen members of Chester-le-Street and District Angling Club (CDAC) teamed together to…
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