Our new Crucian Carp and Tench fishery is now being promoted to boost membership.Read More
Latest news from the banks of the Leadon
Our new Stillwater development 'Taskers' took a big step forward today with the initial stocking of Crucian Carp. Around 200 purebred pasty sized beauties were supplied by the Environment Agency fish farm at Calverton. These will hopefully flourish and provide some great sport in time for the new coarse season in June 2018.
Quality, purebred Crucian Carp
Crock of gold
In they go!
Trevor and I met up with a local farmer yesterday who has approached the club with a view to developing a still water option for members. We viewed a small “pond” near Gloucester that the farmer is keen to develop into a fishery supported by a single club. The farmer plans and has the means to extend the pond to a small lake (large pond) of around half an acre and needs some expert angling input and manpower to make the project come to life.Read More
As part of the Anglers Monitoring Initiative organised by the Riverfly Partnership, The Environment Agency and The Severn Rivers Trust we carry out monthly "kick-testing" or sampling of two sites on the Leadon.Read More
This is the legendary Brown Trout caught in 2003 by Richard Mander our hardworking secretary. Details of the catch are a bit vague and some members have suggested rather unkindly that the fish was caught on float fished cheese!Read More
Just a quick note to say Hi and a big thank you to all of our members. We made it to our centenary year in better shape than ever. Here's to the next 100!
Tight lines and good luck and health for 2015
As we welcome Darren Bell, Richard Hemming and Terry Gibson to the club I'm pleased to be able to report membership at record levels since the 1970s. We maintain a limit of 40 to ensure that the waters are not overfished. The fact is that it's still rare to bump into another angler on the banks which is the way most members and landowners like it.Read More