11_05_2022

Welcome to Bideford & District Angling Club.  Tarka Swims.

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Hi all,

Can I just make a quick point to all our lake users.

As you will all be aware the path around George’s, although really well kept is a bit tight. This means that at times there has to be a bit of give and take, can anybody walking to their pegs please be patient with anglers while they move their gear out of your way. Conversely can anglers be considerate and move their gear willingly to enable fellow anglers to get past.

We are a family friendly club, and the last thing we want is ill feeling amongst our members.

Thank You.

Polite Reminder. We are Currently a Members Only Fishery. We do not allow the sale of day tickets.

Polite reminder to all our lake users. If you are the last one off the site at the end of the day please ensure the main gates are closed and locked.

Thank you.

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May 9th, 2022

Sewage pollution - we need your help NOW!

Dear Member

We are deeply concerned about the proposals in the government’s consultation on their storm overflow reduction plan which won’t deliver the clean water our rivers need until 2050.

We need action now to decrease the raw sewage pouring into our rivers.

There's still time to tell the government how you feel about sewage pollution – we need as many anglers and angling clubs as possible to respond to the government consultation on Storm Overflows before May 12th.

We have produced a full guide on how to do this on our website linked here.

Many thanks for your support.

Stuart Singleton-White,
Angling Trust Head of Campaigns.

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