Following the announcement by the government on Monday evening, the club must inform members that all waters are now closed until further notice. This decision was taken reluctantly following advice from the Angling Trust that this is the approriate course of action at the moment. We will let you know as soon as the situation changes.

Because of the current Coronavirus situation, the club has decided that the AGM will not take place this year in April as usual. The club recognises that this may raise some questions, and a full communication will be sent out to all members shortly.

Memberships for the new season are available in all categories, and the club has made the joining process much simpler. The membership form can be downloaded under the membership tab on this website, or go directly to it here. There are 2 ways to get your membership:

  1. Send the completed form with 2 photos and payment cheque to the membership secretary who will post the permit out to you, usually within 7 days.
  2. Take the completed form with 2 photos and payment cheque or cash to Thatcham Angling Centre, 156 Sagecroft Road. Thatcham. RG18 3BQ and get your permit straight away.

With so many fisheries to try out, what are you waiting for?

Due to circumstances outside the club's control the fishery at Speen Moors has been closed since September.

Due to health & safety concerns regarding the bridge, pathway and trees the estate needed to carry out urgent repairs to these areas. As these issues were deemed a health & safety issue, they could not allow access down the footpath until the repairs were completed.

The club can now announce that the fishery and path is open again

Originally the work, which should have taken approx. 4 weeks to complete, in August was delayed while the estate required permits from the EA & NE.

The club was not aware of this work prior to the fishing season starting and it was only notified in late August. NAA understand the loss of this fishery over much of the winter was a disappointment to some members and will seek a reduction in rent.

NAA Committee (February 2020)

The club is at last pleased to announce that Bellwood will be re-opened to members on 1st September. This comes after a long and difficult summer with algae and low oxygen levels, but at long last the committee believe it is safe for the fish to allow angling.

To start with, as the fishery is still delicate, fishing is only allowed dawn to dusk, we request that you use a maximum of 1kg of bait per session, and if you can use less please do. Please read the notices on the gate, and most importantly enjoy your fishing.

Do be vigilant for any signs of distress, and let the committee know if you have any concern.