How good is our fishing?

Well, it’s excellent judging by the results of two recent online auctions for which the club donated prizes. The club donated two lots, each consisting of a day’s fishing for two people as prizes for the Wild Trout Trust’s online auction.  It also donated a day’s fishing for two people for the BASC (British Association…

2016 membership fees

At this year’s AGM members voted in favour of no increase in fees for full membership, which remains at £130 plus £20 joining fee for the first year only. The committee believes club membership is excellent value for money considering the quality and additional amount of fishing available to members for just less than 36p a…

Free fishing for youngsters

The club will continue with its concessions for young people initiative for the 2015 season to encourage more youngsters to take up fishing as a sport. Under the scheme, youngsters aged up to 12 will be able to fish club waters free of charge and those aged between 12 and 18 can become members for…

Project may improve fishing on the River Wheeler

A three year programme to carry out environmental improvements to the River Wheeler and the upper River Alyn and surrounding land entitled ‘Alun and Chwiler Living Landscape Project’ has been launched and as the club owns a one mile double bank beat on the Wheeler, it has registered its interest in being kept informed about…

New club chairman

The club is pleased to announce that its new chairman is Craig Evans who was appointed at the club’s AGM held on 21 November 2014. Craig, a game, pike and sea fishing enthusiast, has fished extensively throughout Wales, Scotland, Ireland and England as well as in many of the world’s angling hotspots such as Alaska,…