You have reached one of the most popular coarse and trout fishing clubs in the region offering fishing on three lakes and three rivers. For 166 years we have remained a not for profit organisation offering fishing for people at affordable prices. We can offer, and do regularly provide free help for beginners, and even … More Welcome to Monmouth and District Angling Society.
On November 26th Monmouth and District Angling Society will be holding our 2018 annual general meeting at 7.30 pm at the Royal Oak P H, Hereford Road, Monmouth. This will be the 66th AGM since the founding of our society. There will be the normal re election of officers and committee members and we will … More AGM. 26th November 2018.
On Monday October the 8th at 7.30pm, we will hold our next committee meeting and the last one before our November AGM. During our next meeting we will be discussing possible changes to our waters. These could affect your fishing and where you can fish. The committee endeavours to conduct our proceedings in the best … More M&DAS committee meeting Monday October 8th.
Please note that our lower Wye fishery is not open to coarse fishing during the salmon fishing season. This means we cannot fish here until October 18th. MADAS do not own the fishing rights here and this is only a concession we have enjoyed for many years. This includes from ‘The Point’ on Jubilee Fields. … More Lower Wye fishery. Dukes Water.
As from now, Friday 17th August, the temporary suspension of fishing on our rivers is removed. Enjoy your fishing. Please take the utmost care when returning a fish to the water. It is essential that, barbel particularly, are held upright and facing into the current until they become active and forcefully try to swim away. … More Fishing on rivers Wye, Trothy and Monnow.
Treowen Update. Members are advised to be aware that the owners annual family gathering will take place at Treowen House during weekending commencing Friday August 10th for several days. There is very likely to be a lot of activity around, and even in, the Brick Kiln Lake (Carp Lake) and perhaps the other ponds near … More Treowen lakes.
A responsible member has this evening reported seeing dead barbel from the Wye Bridge in Monmouth. This matter has been reported to NRW by the writer, and to give them all due respect, they replied to me three times within 45 minutes. First the incident team advised me that the issue had been reported to … More Barbel fatalities on the River Wye.
June the 16th is nearly upon us and with the new season on the river Wye starting on a Saturday there could be a lot of peolpe wanting to fish at Hadnock Road. New members should be aware that the difficulties posed by steep bank sides and large shallow areas covered in in weed there … More A new season is nearly upon us.
Will newer members please be aware that a lady member of the Wheelock family (the estate owners) occasionally likes to take a short swim in Brick Kiln Lake. Her lake. Most of our members are already aware of this we are sure you will not mind taking a break or if necessarily move to a … More Brick Kiln Lake. Treowen.
Once again we hope to be bringing smiles like this back to several young people from Building Bridges of Monmouth at another Fishing Experience day at Trippenkennett lakes on Tuesday June 19th. M&DAS members. Are you available to help? The event will take place between 10.30 – 11 am and 3pm aproximately and we would … More Another fishing experience day with Building Bridges, Monmouth.