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Howells and Slough House Bankside Warning

Howells is extremely waterlogged and boggy in places.  Please can members take care and use common sense when walking round and setting up so as not to churn the bank side and swims up too much please.

Also I am receiving reports that Slough House Farm is very muddy after all of the recent rain and the farmer is regularly accessing the site for sugar beet storage purposes.  Please proceed to your swim with caution especially if using a barrow which is likely to sink into the mud.

Finally the car park at Slough House West is very muddy due to winter tractor activity, you might want to avoid visiting at the moment unless you have a four wheel drive vehicle.

Angling Coaching Initiative Coaching Days

Chris Burt of Angling Coaching Initiative will be running 14 coaching days this summer, 7 of which will be held on MAS waters.  To find out more please view the following pdfs:

Briefing given to members and volunteers from both MAS & KDAA during Jan /early Feb. This also lists the tasks that we are looking for people to cover, not just coaching, so if you can help or want more details about any of the items mentioned, do please get in touch:  Briefing MAS_KDAA_Jan 2018

Volunteers application form:  VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT FORM

Dates for coaching for the coming season:  Coaching Dates in Full

We expect to be advertising soon for anyone who would like to join our junior coaching sessions. If any parents or guardians also have an interest in learning then you will be welcome to come along too. We shall ask for applications just as soon as we have confirmation from Sport England that our Grant application to buy all the tackle we need has been approved.

The coaching days on MAS waters are:

Sat 19th May          Slough House West
Sat 9th Jun             Rook Hall
Sat 21st Jul            Slough House West
Mon 23rd Jul         Bog Grove
Sat 28th Jul           Rook Hall
Wed 15th Aug       Rook Hall
Wed 22nd Aug      Bog Grove

For more information please contact Chris Burt directly on 07917 781299 or by email at chris@candjb.co.uk

Beckingham Hall update

I can now give an update on Beckingham Hall but unfortunately it is not good news.  The reason we had to close the lake was because it was put up for sale and the landowner wanted to sell the lake without sitting tenants.   This week it was confirmed that the new owner has decided not to lease Beckingham Hall back to us as he has a relative that is into fishing and is going to run it as a six man syndicate.

We owned all of the fish in Beckingham Hall and were able to remove a number of fish when our lease was terminated.  137 carp were removed and 102 went into Totham Pit, 18 into Slough House West and 17 into Slough House Farm along with 25lb+ of silvers to Slough House West.

Autumn reminder

Members are reminded that Rook Hall and Whitehouse Farm reservoir are now closed for the 4 month duck shooting season and will re-open on Thursday 1st Feb 2018.  There are also occasional duck shoots at Slough House West and Little London so please keep an eye out for signs at the entrance to these fisheries, especially on Fridays.

Night fishing at Bog Grove has now started and runs through until the 30th April 2018.

3 rods are now allowed on all venues for all standard night permit and Howells night permit holders as well as for members who have purchased the £30 winter 3 rod upgrade.  Regardless of which night permit you have you can use 3 rods on all venues including Howells.

The sun sets on another summer’s fishing at Rook Hall.

Nice one Dennis

I love Slough House West as its a good winter water and there are some lovely fish in there! Please see enclosed pic of what I’ve called “The Woodcarving Common” as its such a beautiful creature!  I only wish I lived nearer to the MAS waters so I could spend more time on them, but for me its an average 80-100 mile round trip to visit the waters!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dennis Sherwood with his Woodcarving Common.

Slough House West’s turn for a trim up

We had  a concessionary working party at Slough West Lake last Friday.  Thanks to Roger Smith, Dereck Frost, Dave Harley, Brian Webber, Rob Rowbotham, Keith Leverett and Jack Morley.  We managed to clear the footpath around the lake also totally cleared 23 swims around the lake.  There was a lot of fish activity as well.  There was plenty of tree cutting and lopping done.  It now looks like a proper fishery.  Well done to everyone.

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