Meet Our "VERY" Latest LAA Members Fishery. New Fishery opening April 1st 2013. more info.
Meet Our Latest LAA Members Fishery. Holywell on the River Great Ouse Downstream of St Ives, has the usual river species and has produced large bags of bream.
It has the advantage
that cars can be taken
along the river bank
to all areas. More Info
URGENTLY REQUIRED COMMITTEE MEMBERS FOR BOTH THE FISHERIES AND COMPETITIONS. Please contact the Assocaition office for more info.
Day Tickets Start At
£4.00 Per Day.See Our
Day Ticket Page For
Regarding The Waters
The aim of this WEB SITE is to inform our Members (and those interested in becoming Members) about the Association, our History, & general information. This has been gathered from our various Committees and lists where and when the waters are available, locations and lengths of our venues, shown in both photo and map formats.Also there are reports from other Members & Clubs regarding how various locations are fishing, weights being caught, species and at which venues. (Memberships) Their are individual pages devoted to Competitions, & Entries also Results, on which list's of winners, their weights and at which venues they were caught. On the Day Ticket Water Pages we list all the waters available for Non-Members to fish, these waters are however, available on the purchase of a Day Membership permit from our Fishery Keepers, or in some cases from shops and premises in the area. (Details shown on the individual pages concerned). On our Fishery List page a complete listing of all waters open to our yearly paid up Members of the Association. A Contact Us page is provided for you to comment on various aspects regarding fishing in general, and to give us your comments, or to request further information.
We of the Associations various Committee's hope that you find this site of interest and that it has the information you require.
*Important information about Bookable Waters*
From the start 2013 season onwards with the exception of the Grand Union Canal
and on official LAA matches.
Where a fishery is a bookable water and a closure is in place, after 10.00 am
it will be deemed an open water and any swim not already being used will become
available for the use of individual members.
We have made this change to allow better use of our waters for individual anglers.