The online shop is now back open for 2014 yearbooks. Members will be pleased to ...
River levels permitting, committee match may take place on Sunday 23rd February – not that I am trying to tempt fate or anything. Call Tony Greenwood on 07971 428678 for further details.
Members’ Guest Tickets are available from the Secretary for £2.50, they may be used by members to introduce a guest to Club waters normally inaccessible to non-members. Please use the download button below and print the form, paper versions of the form are also available from the Secretary by post (please send an SAE for […]
Entries are now invited for our first annual Specimen Fish competition. The closing date for entries this year is 31st October, from next year onwards the qualifying period for competitions will be 1st November until 31st October. The trophy will be presented annually at the November AGM and Prize Presentation, and the winner will retain […]
A well attended AGM was held at the Ryshworth Club on the 12th November. The Club President Bruce Howard presented a new trophy which is to be called The Bruce Howard Specimen Fish Trophy – and to be competed for annually by Club Members on Club waters, further details and an entry form are contained […]
Our new year books have arrived and will be on sale at all our agents from Saturday 21st December. The online shop will be reopening very soon to take your orders, and books and Carp permits are available by post from the Secretary – please send a cheque or postal order for the applicable amount […]
Please bear with us while we deploy the new look of the website – this is a work in progress! We have just updated the core framework and template of the site to the latest versions – this has changed some styling – but should lead to a better user experience when done. It’s a […]
We recently received this appeal from David Bryan who is Secretary of the West Yorkshire branch of the Salmon and Trout Association; we are keen to get involved by providing both volunteers from our membership, and sampling sites on our river lengths. You can find out a lot more about this fascinating and valuable project at […]
Thanks to all who helped out on Friday and Saturday. The refuges are now planted up and are in place in the Pond. There is a need for these refuges in the absence of natural pond vegetation, to provide cover and escape from predatory birds, for small fish. The vegetative cover is intended to spread, and […]
The council have done some planting around Coppice pond, grasses and holly, this doesn’t look much at the moment but members are requested to take care not to damage new plants when fishing please.
At the end of November the Environment Ageny stocked 7500 Barbel into the River Aire at various sites, 750 at 3-4″ were stocked at Myrtle Park – some of which are pictured above. Barbel of approximately the same size have been stocked here annually by the Agency since 2009 (approximately 2500 fish by my reckoning), […]