Welcome To Burton Mutual Angling Association
No camping on BMAA waters
We have had to bring in a new rule, this will be enforced immediately.
"No camping on any of our club waters under any circumstances, our fisheries and carparks are for angling use only, NOT for camping."
This rule has been agreed by the Officers of the club.
Fences - River Dove at Tutbury
The farmer at Tutbury has reported that somebody has cut the fence adjacent to the River dove on the upstream "Tutbury bank" from the Hatton/Tutbury road bridge to Tutbury weir stretch.
Whilst is not known whether the fence was cut by an angler or not, we must ensure that we do not undertake any cutting of fences under ANY circumstances.If any member has information regarding this issue please inform the committee.
BMAA Committee VACANCY
Are you interested in getting involved in the running of BMAA?
If so please apply with an email to the email address below, we currently have a vacancy on the committee.
We are looking for somebody with energy and drive to help push the club forwrd, we would welcome your applications to assist with club matters if you feel able to help.
BMAA Membership 2017/18
Membership is now available click here for details
This website provides details of the waters and activities of the Burton Mutual Angling Association, We are a coarse and fly angling club that controls waters in Staffordshire and South Derbyshire.
The association has the fishing rights to over twenty waters in the Burton on Trent area. We currently have in excess of 1800 full members. The waters of the Association offer some of the best coarse fishing in the area, consistently producing specimen fish in idyllic environments.
We are constantly looking to provide our members with new waters to fish. The association endeavours to keep all walk ways and fishing pegs in the best condition as possible to ensure your fishing is enjoyable.
Why not join the Angling Trust, click here for more details.
Access at Hanson's - Oddstone's and Coton
Hanson's have now allowed access to the fisheries to reopen. Please be aware that the flooding issue is still a problem and the banks are very muddy and slippy.
Areas to fish are also limited.