York & District Amalgamation of Anglers

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Here you will find a web copy of the latest YDAA newsletter. This is the main avenue by which the YDAA committee can communicate with the members, and keep them up to date with decisions made regarding changes to club waters, rules, matches and events. There is an archive of older newsletters available for download in pdf format towards the bottom of the page. Just click on the year, and then the month of the newsletter you wish to download. I you wish to receive the Newsletter and/or other YDAA announcements via email, please sign-up using our online form here.

Newsheet 361 - August 2017


WALT BROWN
In memory of Walt Brown who sadly died on Thursday 20th July, following a long illness. Walt was a long time member of the YDAA committee, serving as Chairman between 1987-2004. He was also well know on the local and national match scene, being three times Ouse Champion. Our condolences go to his family and friends.

WIDDINGTON
Apparently difficulties are being experienced here regarding the installation of the ‘screw’ due to flood conditions, but work is still being carried out. Care should be taken when visiting this venue.

STAMFORD BRIDGE
Left hand bank. YDAA no longer has the right to fish from the ‘kissing gate’ to the picnic area, but negotiations are in hand.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
This is to be held on the third Wednesday in November (15th), why not come along and hear what the Committee proposed as projects for 2017 and what has already been achieved, also to be advised of forward planning for 2018. It is for your benefit that the Committee works.

SELBY CANAL
We are pleased to inform the membership that the weed boat has been out and about on Selby Canal and vastly improved access to the water...many thanks to the Canal and River Trust.

YORK WATERS (Value for Money)
We currently have 53 waters (Rivers, Ponds, Canals) available for members to fish:

Rivers : Ouse : Widdington, Beningbrough, Park & Village, Red House, Middle & Bottom, Poppleton, Village, Moatfield and Sellars’s, Fulford, Palace Ings, Donkey Woods, Naburn and Acaster. Nidd : Knaresborough, Tockwith, “A” & “B” sections, Skip Bridge, Moor Monkton. Derwent : Kirkham to Howsham, “A” & “B” sections at Kirkham, Howsham Barnfield, Opposite Howsham Hall, above Howsham bridge right bank. Howsham Bridge, left bank, Paradise Farm, right bank down to Barton Hill Beck. Stamford Bridge, Scoreby through to Kexby, Sutton-upon-Derwent. Rye : Newsham Bridge, above, right hand bank upstream, both banks below. Seven : Barugh Bridge. Foss : Strensall, Towthorpe. Barton Hill Beck.

Canals : Selby Canal, Opposite Fire Station, Brayton Middle, Brayton Top. Pocklington : Canal Head, Melbourne, Hagg Bridge and East Cottingworth. Aire & Calder Canal : Great Heck to Goole (approximately 11 miles).

Ponds : Burn Road, Hemingbrough, Claxton Brick Ponds, Sand Hutton Gravel Pits, Rawcliffe Lake, Park View Lake and finally the three pond complex at Laybourne Lakes.

Not a bad portfolio, something for everyone in our membership, go out and enjoy it!!