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Waters Booked list - 2017/18

Waters Booked List For Season 2017 - 2018

Sunday 2nd July Trent Willington

Sunday 2nd July Trent Cuttlebrook

Sunday 9th July Trent Golf Course

Thursday 20th July Manor Park Boat Side

Sunday 23rd July Trent Golf Course

Sunday 13th August Kingstanding Top 10 Pegs

Sunday 20th August Trent Cuttlebrook

Sunday 27th August Canal Millhouse

Sunday 27th August Trent Golf Course

Sunday 27th August Manor Park Sailing Club End

Saturday 2nd September Trent Cuttlebrook

Saturday 16th September Trent Golf Course

Sunday 17th September Canal MIllhouse

Sunday 24th September Manor Park Bowling Green Side

Sunday 24th September Caldwell

Sunday 24th September Trent Golf Club

Sunday 1st October Trent Cuttlebrook

Saturday 7th October Canal Woodyard

Saturday 21st October Trent Cuttlebrook

Sunday 22nd October Canal Woodyard

Sunday 17th December Canal Stretton

Junior Training (10am to 4pm)

Saturday 22nd July Kingstanding

Saturday 19th August Trent and Mersey Canal - Stretton

Saturday 16th September Kingstanding

Manor Park Sailing Club

Racing

Reference should be made to Manor Park Sailing Club website (Manor Park Sailing Club)

for dates of all events. Use Google - Manor Park Sailing Club.

Manor Park Scouts Events

There are two events planned. The weekend of 1st and 2nd July and Sunday 17th September.

Areas around pegs 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 are to be used. Signs will be erected in

advance.

 

 

New carpark - River Dove at Hatton

We have organised a new carpark at Hatton for anglers fishing on the River Dove.

This carpark is located along the track which runs parellel to the railway from off Old Marston Lane. Follow the track to the carpark, please do NOT drive or park anywhere else other than in the carpark.

 

Branston - new rule - net dips use

Branston ONLY rule

All nets and unhooking mats must be fully dried preferably in the sun prior to bringing on site.

If this is not possible we must insist that the  net dips which the club have provided should be used for a minimum of 15 minutes for any wet slings, cradles, unhooking mats or nets. These items should then be air dried during the fishing session.

We trust you will agree that the safety of our fish is the top priority. Please do not put fish welfare at jeopardy, we trust you as members to always consider fish welfare as your top priority.

Equally all anglers should carry and utilise carp care kits when fishing this water.

BMAA

 

 

Boat required - BMAA

Are you able to help?

we are looking to borrow/buy a small boat to assist with some maintenance/fishery matters over the next few weeks, if you are able to assist please contact us on the email address below. We are looking for a small 1/2 man boat, not an inflatable. Thanks for your help.


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Branston Water Park - Fishery SHUT

We have made the decision to shut Branston water Park for fishing from 8am on Friday 19th May until 8am on Friday 16th June.

This decision has been made after taking advise from both the EA and several leading fishery managers, this is following a situation with some carp being caught with clear evidence of Bacterial damage, this appears as sores on their flanks. We have not suffered the loss of any fish from this issue.

We are advised that a period of two weeks of supplementary feeing should be undertaken to assist the fish with the condition, and that not allowing fishing will lessen stress on the fish.

Equally we have been advised that any anglers catching such fish should ensure that any damage should be treated with "carp care" products and that the fish should be returned as quickly as possible to the water to eliminate additional stress. Such fish should not be retained in sacks/retainers.

We are also purchasing dip tanks for treatment of all landing nets, unhooking mats and Weigh slings, these will be in place with signage prior to the re-opening on the 16th June.

We are sorry to have to shut the fishery but feel that the health of the fish is of paramount importance.

BMAA

 
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