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Half Yearly Ticket

Category : Club News

Half yearly winter ticket

Fees

Adults/oap £80.00 (this amount includes the £29.00 joining fee, payable for the first year only), junior £22.00, disabled/associate £62.00, (this amount includes the £29.00 joining fee, payable for the first year only),

Please note any former member of Barnet D.A.C who has been a member within the last five years ( since 2013/14 season) can purchase a half yearly ticket & would not have to pay the joining fee, but these people can only obtain this ticket from the tackle shops or by post (cheques made payable to Barnet D.A.C & sent to:                                                                            11, Liscombe, Birch Hill, Bracknell, Berks. RG12 7BY ), price for adults £51.00, oap/assoc/disable price £33.00 & juniors £22.00, forms are available from the shops or on line, former members cannot buy half yearly tickets via pay-pal.

Half yearly Winter tickets valid from 1st October 2017– 15th June 2018, will be available to purchase via pal-pal as from Saturday 23rd of September 2017, or you may purchase from local tackle shops as from 29/30 September 2017,

London Colney Tackle, Potters Bar Angling or D’N’A Tackle

 


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Member information

Category : Club News

Could all members please make sure that they fill in their Fishers Green Consortium & Woodlands Lake Fishery cards with their name & address, also please sign before entering any of their fisheries, failure to do so could result in you being asked to leave the fishery, also please make sure you read & obey the rules when using these fisheries.


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KHV Outbreak

Category : Club News

 

There is a KHV outbreak in the local area, so if you are visiting any of the club waters (London Colney, Lowbell and especially Shepherds Way) please make sure you air dry your landing nets and keep nets before going fishing, this is very important as it could wipe out all the carp in a water.

Dave Ruddle


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An Appeal

Category : Club News

At the Barnet & District A .C. AGM on Wednesday 1st April 2015, the current Secretary, Chairman & Treasurer gave two years notice to say that they would be standing down from these positions, this means that they will no longer be running the club as from next year’s AGM which will be on Wednesday 4th April 2018, as yet we have not had anyone coming forward to take up these positions, therefore this appeal is going out to the membership to see if there is anyone out there that may be interested in helping to run the club (full and ongoing support will be given to anyone interested from the current officers).

 

If anyone can help with the above, or knows of anyone else who might be interested, please e-mail barnet.angling@btinternet.com with details.

 

Regards, Dave Porter, Dave & Christine Ruddle


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Results of Jack’s over 60’s Match

Category : Club News

Jack’s match 4th July, Neate’s Lake Shepherds Way

 

Twenty members turned up to fish the match, with ages ranging from 60 to 85. All in all a successful day with the majority of those present caching and in many cases losing good fish.

Bert Balbi won the day with 51lb 6oz, (2nd) was Dave Aris with 28lb 15oz, (3rd) Ray Mouratsing with 23lb 4oz and (4th) was Roy Cannon the most senior angler on the day with 22lb 6oz.  Apart from Ray the best weights came from the far side of the lake, pegs 20 to 26.

12 weighed in for a total weight of 203lb 11oz.

We are aware that Carp are the predominant species in the lake but it was nice to see that a good number of Bream and decent Roach were caught.

 


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Floating Islands

Category : Club News

Floating Islands at Shepherds Way

If you visit Shepherds Way, you will see that the Club has introduced 2 floating Islands. These have been supplied by the Environment Agency at no cost to the Club whatsoever and our thanks must be passed on to (Rob Pearson EA Officer) and his team for their assistance in getting them onto the lake.

The reason for introducing them is to allow some refuge for fish against predatation from Cormorant’s.   Many of you will be aware that we have applied for a licence to cull and by introducing these we hope to strengthen our application to Natural England, especially as the problem is still ongoing and we are losing fish.   The Islands have a cage underneath them but it does not go to the lake bed and this allows larger fish access from underneath and smaller fish through the wires.  They are anchored to the bottom via two ropes with heavy weights attached and have coconut matting with grass and aquatic seed that will hopefully grow up enhancing their appearance, the chicken wire is to prevent birds nesting.

We strongly recommend that you do not cast directly to the islands as you are likely to get snagged.

We would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

 


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New Bailiffs for Shepherds Way

Category : Club News

New bailiffs for Shepherds Way Roger Manser on the left and Mark Saunders on the right, please note these two bailiffs replace Trevor Williams who has stood down as bailiff for Shepherds Way.

Please remember when asked to show your membership card they are only doing their job for the club, also you should always have your membership card on you at all times when fishing our club waters, so there should be no excuse for not showing your card when asked.


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new member first fish at Shepherds Way

Category : Fishery Reports

I caught this carp at Shepherds Way on 9/4/17. My tackle was 5lb mainline with 3.6lb hook line on a size 16 hook, i hooked the carp in its bottom lip. The bait was 1 piece of tiny corn and a maggot, it took 15 minutes to land due to me worrying about line snapping.
For a fairly new angler I was very pleased with myself.
Candy Tillson

The carp weighed 15lb


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It was a good day at Shepherds Way

Category : Fishery Reports

Wally Spooner fished the peg next to the promontory with the windmill in the main lake. Tackle was 12 hook, hair rig with small feeder, carp rod behind alarms. Bait 2 6mm pellets halibut and robin red. Feeder had pellets plus ground bait. Fished 12.00 to 3.30pm, caught 5 carp, between 8 and 14lb, 4 commons 1 mirror all in good condition, fought well. Fishery peaceful, red kite orbiting overhead.