controls the fishing rights on several excellent lakes and
premier stretches of the rivers Great Ouse, Ivel and its
tributaries in and around Bedfordshire, all available on a
single club ticket.
The wide choice of venues and species available cater for both
pleasure anglers and specimen hunters
seasons, SDAA’s fisheries have produced an enviable list of
specimen fish (catfish over 55lb, carp over 30lb, pike over
25lb, barbel over 14lb,zander, bream and tench over 10lb , chub over
7lb, perch over 4lb and roach over 3lb).
explore our website to find details of all our waters,
membership and other useful information.
The popular ‘News from the Bank’ section gives up to date
information on catches and club news.
For a quick overview of SDAA waters and membership have a
look at our current flyer
Membership of SDAA is open to all:
annual membership is available from early May and is valid until
15th June the following year (i.e. up to 58 weeks
is no additional joining fee for new members
membership also entitles you to fish Ivel Protection Association
optional night permits are available for those wishing to night
fish The Airman, Broom Lake and Willington Lake.
require further information please contact Richard Bell (tel.
07594 253239 or
IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS WILL APPEAR HERE
Swim 17 (‘18 Hour’) at The Airman will be closed on
Wednesday 27th May for swim repair. The plan is to
rebuild and widen the front of the swim. Anglers in
adjacent swims may experience some disturbance whilst the
work is in progress.
2015/16 SDAA MEMBERSHIP
Details and application forms can be found on the membership
section of the SDAA website. Postal applications for
the 2015/16 season are now being accepted via the Registrar.
New membership books are now available from local
tackle shops. 2015/16
membership and night permits are valid for fishing from the
date of purchase through to 15th June 2016.
Broom Lake Maintenance Programme
Students from Shuttleworth College will be carrying out
maintenance work at Broom Lake on most Fridays from March
through into June. This work will include rebuilding
the swims and cutting back the undergrowth to create parking
areas, plus ensuring vehicles do not get scratched once the
track is reopened. Those parts of the lake being
worked on will be out of bounds to members from 08.30 to
17.00 on Fridays and these areas will be signed and cordoned
off. These areas will remain open to members for the
rest of the week, but be aware this is ‘work in progress’ so
take extra care as there will mounds of soil and other
‘debris’ present until the work is completed. The
first phase of the maintenance programme is concentrating on
pegs 26-42 on the farmer’s field side.
BROOM LAKE TRACK OPEN The track around
Broom Lake is now open to vehicles
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