Bishops Stortford and District Angling Society

Bishops Stortford Angling Society was founded in 1949. The society controls the fishing rights on four lakes, one close to the town centre the other three in Great Hallingbury. The society also controls the fishing rights on stretches of the River Stort at Bishops Stortford and Harlow.


 

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Notices:

Free Family fishing day @ Hall Farm Lake (CM22 7TZ)
on Sunday 13 May
WOW... what a response we had to this event!
The 3 professional coaches were all fully booked to 4.00pm by 11.30am!!
Unfortunately a lot of children didn't get to "Go Fishing" and were rightly disappointed .. and we apologise for that.
However we are planning to hold another event ASAP to give those that missed out on the last event a chance to "Go Fishing".

Also apologies for the incorrect post code on the posters which caused a lot of confusion - the above post code IS correct.

Watch this space for further announcements on the next event. 

Malcolm Barker Lake
The lake is now open again - Catfish (25lb) removed!!.

 Hall Farm Large Lake
 All Saturday Matches are cancelled until further notice

Environment Agency - Invasive Species Alert

Help stop Invasive Species damaging the places you fish. Click to find out more
Also, find out what we do with your rod licence money. Click to find out more

Angling Trust information - Click here

 

HALL FARM LARGE LAKE BOOKING FOR MATCH FISHING (2015-2016 season)
SUMMER RATES: £100 (APRIL-SEPTEMBER)
WINTER RATES: £80 (OCTOBER-MARCH)
Phone Dave Tadgell for bookings/availability - 01279 654154
 
 

 

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