To date we only have about 45 memberships left for the 2022 season. When these are sold we will have reached the maximum of 200 members allowed in our constitution and no more will be available until next year. Please remember, no day memberships available from this year onwards.
Sorry about the delay in getting our online membership to work. It is fixed now and I have used it to re-join myself to prove it is working. Will all applicants please read our “fishing rules”. If you are not familliar with them they are on our website. It is a requirement that you have … More Online Membership Application
Membership will be changing. Please keep your eye on these pages. As of August 2021, we reached the maximum number of members allowed by our constitution. No new memberships for 2021 will be sold. 2022 memberships will be available on December 1st 2021. Day memberships are no longer available.
We will be organising a work party for bank work and weed clearance on the lakes at Treowen next mid March, before the tench start feeding. No date is fixed yet but I suggest the 19th and 20th seems about right. Would anyone willing to come and help please contact me via this website with … More Bank maintenance needed at Treowen.
We have all caught eels by mistake and found them deeply hooked but I never knew how dangerous it is to the eel. I don’t purposely fish for eels, but now I would certainly hope never to catch one unintentionally again. This is so important and now they are an endangered species, even more so. … More Eels and unhooking problems.
Opened in November 2020 in part of the old shop that was Wye Tackle is the new angling shop to Ross on Wye, Badgers Bait.https://badgersbaitandgifts.co.uk/
The water in the lower Wye has been green since early July. During the last few weeks I have measured the clarity of the water and found visibility to be down to 50 cms and occasionally, even less. When we consider that the water weed needs sunlight to grow, and that it is absolutely essential … More Death on the Wye.
Accompanied by his father, Warren, and society chairman Peter Hunt, 11 year old Lea Fielding got his first taste of fishing on Friday. The venue was M & D A S’s Little Lake on Treowen estate, and it didn’t disappoint. Even though Leo had never fished before he quickly picked up the very basics of … More Another young man gets hooked.
This hot weather combined with almost complete loss of water weed in the Wye is bad for the fish in our rivers. Do look for signs of fish in distress and inform us immediately. Sorry but we are sure you will understand that the fish come first.