To all Collingham Angling Association Members
Please note that the committee has made a decision that as of midnight tonight 25 March 2020 the millennium complex will be closed until further notice
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the AGM and Presentation night are postponed until further notice which will dependant on the advice being given by the government. If there is a need to cancel these events indefinitely the committee will keep you informed by this means/Text or Email. At which time we will make arrangements for people to receive any trophies they have won.
The new books will be printed as normal and will hopefully be available at the end of April. We would urge everyone to re-new via post enclosing a stamped address envelope and a cheque where possible.
£60.00 for Senior Members.
£15.00 for Intermediate Members.
£ 5.00 for Junior Members.
Please do not call on Keith Archer in person. People who normally pay in cash should put the money in an envelope with a stamped addressed envelope and post through Keith’s door. We will announce it on the Collingham Web page when the books are printed and ready to be dispatch.
The Millennium complex and river sections will remain open for as long as possible and we ask that you please respect peoples personal space when fishing, any changes will again be published on the web page and notices placed on the gates.
Your committee will continue to work on the administration required to run the association.
Please take care and stay safe.
Collingham Angling Association is run entirely by volunteers has a constituted membership of 300 full fee paying members made up from seniors, juniors and Senior Citizens.
The success and growth of the association is a result of many hours of hard work and tireless effort by local anglers with a common interest.
The backbone being developed by residents in the village and surrounding area and support of local farmers.
The aim of our game is to promote fair angling and protect the country side, improve our skills to catch more fish and enjoy ourselves with fellow anglers !!
Our playground is the Tidal Trent below Cromwell weir and some of the local reclaimed gravel workings.
The Lower River Trent at Collingham was once the match angler’s Paradise. However, these days it’s the place to go if you want to bag up with barbel. Long gone are the days when you could “frame”with nets of roach and chub in a mixed bag or depend on the skimmers and slabs net. You can run a groove with a stick float and catch but not on a level playing field. Take your casters, maggots and hemp but boilies and pellets are a must.
Specimen hunters love the place, but so do plenty of ‘in the know’ pleasure anglers and match men, all of whom have barbel on the brain! Not to mention “catfish”
The Trent below Collingham weir is tidal and although the rise and fall of water twice per day is fairly slight and it is still noticeable but does vary in both time of the day and height. Viewing the fairly featureless stretch below the bubbling white water “the oven” of the weir pool is a daunting prospect. Think big and positive.
Temporary membership of the association for the Fleet and the Trent may be obtained by the purchase of a day ticket from the Bailiff on the bank or by the way of a match permit issued by the secretary in advance No temporary membership is available on the private pegs.
No person shall fish from the wall at Cromwell Weir.
River Trent Collingham from Cromwell weir downstream on east bank to Collingham Parish boundary,(approx. 305 pegs).Omitting a short stretch at Jolly barge.Acces Via Westfield Lane for Weir field or via Carlton ferry lane and road bridge,upsteam and downstream.
River Fleet-East bank for 2 fields, situated between Besthorpe and Girton.Access via Tinker Lane off A1133 Gainsbough Road.
Please note, however, that the Rivers Trent and also the Fleet are all still close by law for the traditional closed season.
The Honorary Secretary and Match Bookings
Mr Keith Archer
40 The Hemplands
Nottinghamshire NG237PE Tel 01636892573
- Water available for temporary membership is on the lower Trent below Cromwell weir to Carlton ferry Lane, various access points via Collingham, just north of Newark and on the Fleet at Besthorpe village(Which is a river and closed season does apply on this water). Temporary membership issued for both by our own bailiffs on the bank at a cost of ₤5.00 per day and £5.00 per night.
- Welcome to the new site! Hope you enjoy any feedback you have please send an email via the contact us form. Best wishes and tight lines!
DONT FORGET IT CAN RISE UPTO 1 METER
Last year we had loads of rubbish dumped in car parks and on the banks please take it home with you
Dear all have you been catching some cracking fish? If so please send all pictures to email@example.com and one of the admin team will post your picture on our new website. We now have the facility for other anglers to comment on photos. Please include your name weight of fish and where abouts on