Welcome To Burton Mutual Angling Association

Paying in Nights - Date reminder - 2018

Paying-in nights are each Thursday in May from 7.30 to 9.00 at the Beech Hotel, Derby Rd, Burton-on-Trent DE13 0DL

There is a separate paying-in night for existing Branston night permit holders on Monday June 11th 2018 from 7.30-9.00pm at Kingstanding pools. Night permit holders can pay both your main subs and night permit renewal on this night.

 

Waters Booked List - 2018

Waters Booked List for Season 2017 - 2018

Junior Training (10am to 4pm) - More details to follow shortly

21st April at Kingstanding pools

19th May at Kingstanding pools

23rd June on Trent at Mersey canal at Stretton

21st July at Kingstanding pools

22nd September at Kingstanding pools

Manor Park Sailing Club

Racing - Reference should be made to Manor Park Sailing Club website (Manor Park Sailing Club) - For dates of all events. Use Google - Manor Park Sailing Club.

Manor Park Scouts Events

Scouts Canoe Training

Hi All,

Please be aware that canoe training has started, and we will be using the river access for some of this which may affect those on pegs 1 and 2. Dates known so far are shown below.

Please let us know the best place to pass as we approach.

Saturday April 14th coming down the river into MP about 1500hrs

Sunday April 15th coming down the river into MP about 1500hrs

Saturday April 21st access up the river and return via Saddlesall

Saturday April 28th coming down the river into MP about 1500hrs

Sunday April 29th access up the river and return via Saddlesall

Saturday May 12th access up the river and return via Saddlesall

Sunday May 13th coming down the river into MP about 1500hrs

 

 

Fly fishing arrangements - 2018 Season

AVAILABLE FROM MONDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2018

BMAA Fly fishing section (2018 SEASON)

We have reached an arrangement with the established local venues listed below for the 2018 season.

1. Blithfield Reservoir (15th March - November date TBC)

We have purchased permits to fish at Blithfield. The cost to an existing member is £50 which will allow up to 8 days fishing with a 2-fish limit, followed by catch and release.

Boat charges for BMAA members are £22 for a full day or £14.50 for a four hour (start any time)

2. Foremark reservoir (1st March - November date TBC)

We have purchased permits to fish at Foremark. The cost to an existing member is £50 which will allow up to 8 days fishing with a 1-fish limit, followed by catch and release.

Members when using one of your purchased permits have the option to hire a boat at our Foremark members rates Full Day Boat £15.00 or Part Day Boat £11.00

If you wish to join either or both please send your payment to our PO Box address below (please note that we will not be sorting permits out until after the 19th February) – you MUST also be a paid up BMAA member:

BMAA

PO BOX 7909

BURTON UPON TRENT

DE14 9HP

You will receive a fly fishing permit and your details will be advised to Blithfield/Foremark reservoir - you will also be given a GUIDE and a telephone number so that you can start fishing from the above-mentioned season commencement dates. All the cost is covered by your permit unless you wish to hire a boat - you would have to pay separately for boat hire.

You would of course also have to have paid your yearly subs for 2018/19 season, we will be taking payments in advance of the paying in nights for members wishing to pay early and commence with their fly fishing.

Hope this answers your questions

Roy Sutton

BMAA

 

BMAA Membership 2018/19

Membership is now available click here for details

This website provides details of the waters and activities of the Burton Mutual Angling Association, We are a coarse and fly angling club that controls waters in Staffordshire and South Derbyshire.

The association has the fishing rights to over twenty waters in the Burton on Trent area. We currently have in excess of 1800 full members. The waters of the Association offer some of the best coarse fishing in the area, consistently producing specimen fish in idyllic environments.

We are constantly looking to provide our members with new waters to fish. The association endeavours to keep all walk ways and fishing pegs in the best condition as possible to ensure your fishing is enjoyable.

Why not join the Angling Trust, click here for more details.

 

Voluntary Bailiff Service

All members should be aware that the club has participated in a joint venture between the Environment Agency, The Angling Trust and The Police and now has an appointed voluntary Bailiff. Any issues of concern seen when you are on fisheries should be reported via email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

This information will be reported to the EA and Police as appropriate as part of an evidence gathering exercise and may well lead to action to prevent the issue from continuing or re-occurring in the future.

Thanks for your help in advance, please remember that without reports we are unable to take action on your issues.

BMAA