Match Result V Kings Langley AS

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Barnet DAC V/S Kings Langley AS             4th of August 2019       Shepherds Way

  Name Club Weights Points
1st J Beeton KLAS 58 lbs 1oz 20
2nd R Wells KLAS 52lbs 4oz 19
3rd T Jackson BADAC 48lbs 18
4th R Drury BADAC 37lbs 2oz 17
5th  R Grattan BADAC 34lbs 1oz 16
6th C Winter BADAC 29lbs 1oz 15
7th K Marslin BADAC 27lbs 14oz 14
8th V Bisogno BADAC 27lbs 13oz 13
9th M Gillings KLAS 23lbs 12
10th T Williams BADAC 19lbs 9oz 11
11th D Thomas KLAS 18lbs 10
12th R Chalkley KLAS 15lbs 6oz 9
13th T Hazell KLAS 11lbs 6oz 8
14th B Best KLAS 8lbs 9oz 7
15th D Mills KLAS 8lbs 8oz 6
16th G Bellamy BADAC 6lbs 7oz 5
17th R Mouratsing BADAC 6lbs 3oz 4
18th J Theobold BADAC 1lb 10oz 3
         
         
         

Barnet DAC 109 points

Kings Langley 91points

Barnet wins the first leg of the Barnet DAC V Kings Langley AS. Return leg will be at Kings Langley Lake, Nash Mill on the 15th of September


Match at Shepherds Way

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Result from the Match fished on the Small Lake at Shepherds Way. Sunday 23rd June 2019

1st Kenny Stevens                  23lbs 4oz

2nd Ray Mouratsing               16lbs 9oz

3rd George Bellamy               13lbs 6oz

4th Kealan Foran-Robinson  7lbs 110z

5th Melvin Hall                       5lbs 2oz

6th Richard Dury                    3lbs 5oz

Well done Kenny


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De-Silting at Shepherds Awy

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Dear Member,

I am writing to inform you the club committee has agreed to proceed with the second phase of de-silting at Shepherds Way. As you know, we closed the fishery in early autumn last year, in which we managed to remove approximately 500 tons of sediment. We had hoped to remove more but due to the low water levels at the time, the process of getting the spoil into the dumpers was difficult and slowed us down. For the second phase we will be using a different method to move the sediment which will be more efficient. We anticipate removing signicant amounts of sendiment from the entire large lake which will further improve the depth and water quality. 

We therefore will be closing Shepherds Way from Sunday 8th March until 17th March 2020 inclusive. We will reopen the venue on Wednesday 18th March after an assement of the water conditions. If we believe it needs a little longer to settle we will inform members by mail. 

If you are visiting the fishery between now and the start of de-silting please look for signs on the gate and container giving updates. 

I would like to thank you for your understanding and patience whislt we get this important work completed. It will make a positive difference and should improve your angling experience in the future. 

Kind regards 

Paul Hutton

Secretary.


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3 months free for new Members

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New Members
Join Barnet D.A.C as from 1st February 2020 at the 2019/20 price, this will give you continues fishing until 15th June 2021, you can join at London Colney Tackle, Potters Bar Angling, via the club’s web-site (see join page www.badac.co.uk ) or e-mail barnet.angling@btinternet.com for more information.


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Report from Woodlands Lake

Category : Fishery Reports

just to let you know that there have been some nice carp coming out over the last week, lots of doubles up to 18lb plus one of 24lb which was a mirror carp, some nice pike also on smelt and sardines biggest 16lb 3ozs , Lots of Roach coming out as well .


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Bag of Roach from Sonning

Category : Fishery Reports

Stuart Butterfield bag of Roach from Sonning 12lb 14oz

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Shepherds Way De-Silting

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Dear Member,

We have completed the de-silting at Shepherds Way. It was quite challanging as the water levels, when we started, were lower than we had hoped for, which made it more difficult to get spoil into the dumpers. However, we managed to remove 500 tons of silt which is a great achievement and should improve the health of the lake going forward. There were no fish casulties in the process, which is a minor miracle. Firstly, I would like to say a massive thank you to members Brian Varley & Brian Boys. They both voluteered to drive the dumpers for the entire week and did a fantastic job. They were covered from head to foot in silt evey day, got soaking wet in the rain, but stayed the course. We could not have done it without them. Well done lads. Also a big thanks to Roger Manser who kept his eye on proceedings and also kept the aerators running. James at Digger Boats should also be mentioned. Without his unique machinery, I do not think we would have been able to de-silt the lake using other options. Thank you. As you can imagine, it’s a messy job and some on the lake perimiter got cut up by the dumpers and excavator. We had requested help, this weekend, to assist in repairing some areas. We had two members pitch up on Saturday and six on Sunday and we did as much as we could, even though we could have done with a few more hands. Thank you very much to those of you that have helped across the last few weekends. It is very much appreciated. The large lake (Neates) will remain closed and will not open until Monday 4th November. Whilst the lake is recovering well, oxygen levels are low and we are running the aerators constantly during the day. The fish have been stressed, due to the work, so they need some time to chill out. The small lake will open on Monday 28th October. If you intend to fish the small lake please use the pathway on the south (roadside) of the lake to access it. Do not walk around the far side of the large lake or past swim 8. We have had to close off areas due to damage to the ground caused by the plant. The ground is very muddy and slippery in these areas and there is no reason for members to access whilst the large lake is closed. We will be putting hardcore into these areas next weekend before we reopen. Lastly, we require volunteers to help with putting down some type 1 hardcore into damaged areas on Sunday 3rd November please. We will start at 0900hrs and as long as we have a good few helpers, we should get in done in a couple of hours or so. If it is just Roger & I, we may not get it finished and we cannot reopen the lake until the fishery is safe. Many thanks in advance and well done to all involved. This is the beginning of a journey to improve an already beautiful venue and make it even more special. Kindest regards Paul Hutton Secretary.


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Shepherds Way De-Silting

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Dear Member, Just a note to remind everyone that Shepherds Way will be closed from Monday 21st October until Sunday 27th October for the de-silting of Neates Lake. The smaller lake will be open on Monday 28th October but Neates Lake (large) will remind closed to recover, reopening on Monday 4th November. May I thank everyone for their understanding. The club does not wish to close any fishery but the removal of silt has been long overdue and we believe Shepherds Way will benefit from this work in the future. Once the de-silting work is complete, I will contact you with updates on how we intend to further improve the health of the lakes. I would also like to personally thank the members that gave up part of their Sunday’s recently to come down and help us prepare the site. Your help is most appreciated. Well done. Kind regards Paul Hutton Secretary BADAC


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Half Year Winter Ticket

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Half yearly winter ticket can be purchase from Monday 23rd September 2019 on line, via the club’s web-site (badac.co.uk) 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 2014/15 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: Barnet & District Angling Club, 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 on line via pay-pal. Half yearly Winter tickets valid from 1st October 2019– 15th June 2020, will be available to purchase via pal-pal as from Monday 23rd of September 2019, or you may purchase from local tackle shops as from 27/28 September 2019, London Colney Tackle or Potters Bar Angling.


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Shepherds Way Carp

Category : Fishery Reports

Ken Bunce with a 15lb mirror Carp from Shepherds Way