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Covid 19 Tier 3 Guidelins 25/10/2020


Local COVID alert level: very high
This is for areas with a very high level of infections and where tighter restrictions are in place. The restrictions placed on areas with a very high level of infections can vary, and are based on discussions between central and local government. You should therefore check the specific rules in your area.

At a minimum, this means:

you must not socialise with anybody you do not live with or have formed a support bubble with, in any indoor setting or in any private garden or at most outdoor hospitality venues and ticketed events
you must not socialise in a group of more than 6 in an outdoor public space such as a park or beach, the countryside, a public garden or a sports venue
pubs and bars must close; they can only remain open where they operate as if they were a restaurant, which means serving substantial meals, like a main lunchtime or evening meal, and they may only serve alcohol as part of such a meal
schools, colleges and universities remain open
places of worship remain open, but household mixing is not permitted
weddings and funerals can go ahead with restrictions on the number of attendees; however, wedding receptions are not allowed
exercise classes and organised sport can continue to take place outdoors; these will only be permitted indoors if it is possible for people to avoid mixing with people they do not live with or share a support bubble with; there are exceptions for supervised activities for under-18s, and disability sport
you should try to avoid travelling outside the very high alert level area you are in or entering a very high alert level area, other than for things like work, education or youth services, to meet caring responsibilities or if you are travelling through as part of a longer journey
you should avoid staying overnight in another part of the UK if you are resident in a very high alert level area, or avoid staying overnight in a very high alert level area if you are resident elsewhere
You must:

wear a face covering in those areas where this is mandated
You should continue to:

follow social distancing rules
work from home where you can effectively do so
travel to venues or amenities that are open, for work or to access education, but aim to reduce the number of journeys you make
This is the baseline in very high alert level areas. The government will also seek to agree additional interventions in consultation with local authorities, in order to reduce the spread of the virus. These could include the following options:

restrictions preventing the sale of alcohol in hospitality or closing all hospitality (except takeaway and delivery)
closing indoor and outdoor entertainment venues and tourist attractions
closing venues such as leisure centres and gyms (while ensuring provision remains available for elite athletes, youth and disabled sport and physical activity)
closing public buildings, such as libraries and community centres (while ensuring provision remains available for youth and childcare activities and support groups)
closing personal care and close contact services or prohibiting the highest-risk activities
closing performing arts venues for the purposes of performing to audiences

25/10/2020 COVID 19 Angling Trust


Covid-19

Angling Support Hub
Now that we are back fishing again, we are regularly updating our guidelines to anglers, clubs, fisheries, coaches and other angling organisations to ensure fishing complies with the latest Government guidance during the Covid-19 epidemic. Please choose an option below to read guidelines that are relevant to you.

UPDATE – On October 14, the Government introduced a new three tier system of Covid restrictions. Fishing and outdoor sports remain accepted by the Government as low risk activities and can largely continue within the new regulations in all the three tiers. However, there has been some tightening of the restrictions and the government discourages travel into and out of the Tier 3, Very High, alert level areas. As anglers we have an individual responsibility to fish safely, to adhere strictly to the rules and to follow the appropriate guidance for travel in the various areas.

For advice and further restrictions on local lockdowns, please see the latest Government guidance.

WALES

The Angling Trust has argued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic that in line with scientific evidence, outdoor individual sports or pastimes, where social distancing is practiced, are a safe and beneficial means for individuals to maintain their health and wellbeing during this difficult time.

We are disappointed that the Welsh Government’s “fire break” which will run from 6pm Friday 23rd October until Monday 9th November now limits access to practical participation in angling and for many other beneficial outdoor activities where essential equipment is required.
Angling remains a permitted activity, albeit with onerous conditions, and anglers can participate for as long as they wish provided they can walk or cycle to the water and their session starts and ends at home. Whilst we consider this an unnecessary constraint on a safe and beneficial activity during this ‘fire break’ we are asking anglers to follow the Welsh Government guidance and respect the travel restrictions.

For advice on fishing in Wales during Covid-19 restrictions visit our Fishing In Wales website.

LAST UPDATED: 21/10/20

Friday 6th November Thornhill Fishery Closed


Friday 6th November Thornhills fishery will be closed for Ground Maintenance.


Brook House pool will be open to fish

Thank You

NHS Track & Trace Apps 24/09/2020


Members please note we now have the NHS Track & Trace apps.
Please can all members install this apps to your mobile phone to sign it to the main building at Border Fisheries.
Stay Safe
Stewart Godber
Club Secretary

River Dane Cranage 23/09/2020


The river Dane Cranage
the small access gate at the side of the main gate looks like it’s locked it’s not push the gate and it will open please close the gate behind you.
Also if you see any thing you think is suspicious please phone the office.

Covid-19 Update


23/09/2020

Covid-19 Update

Dear Members

All members MUST wear a face mask when entering the cafe or office building at Border Fisheries, this is now compulsory unless you are exempt from wearing a mask and have a valid certificate.

Stewart Godber

Club Secretary

News Letter September 2020


September 2020

Baymalton Angling Club

News Letter September 2020

I would like the thank all the members for renewing there membership this year and supporting the club through covid-19.
Its been a hard Year for the club but the work continues with new staging and boarding around Three Islands pool this work was carried out by Mick & Rob thanks for all the hard work you both do in supporting our club.
Work to be carried out in 2021
New staging on Robbie’s pool
New staging on Stacey’s pool
New Disabled staging on Gibbos Pool
Approximate cost of wood £15,000.00 + Labour.
The cost of the wood has doubled over the last 12 month
This work has to be carried out to ensure the safety of our members when fishing.
Fish stocking will be carried out at some point this Year or early next Year.
We now have an extensive maintenance plan in place for clubs waters and I would like the thank Alan & Matt for the time they have given helping sort out some of the problems we have had this Year
At this time the club has no plans to extend our water portfolio, we are going to concentrate on the waters that we have.
Membership 2021
2020 has been the first year that for a long time that we have had to close membership at 1500 Members as we said last Year we would do this.
Next Year we will have 1550 club cards printed and as it stands today we have 150 on the waiting list so I am asking all members to renew before the end of February 2021 we cannot hold membership cards for members who have not renewed by that date.


Membership Fees for 2021
Senior Members 18 + £85.00 per Year
Juniors Membership 15 to 17 Years £20.00 per Year
Juniors under 14 Years No fee, must have their name added to a senior members club card by the Border office.
The Cafe Carl does is best to try and keep prices down but the cost of everything is going up and at some time he my need to increase his prices to maintain the good quality of food he serves so please support the cafe.
Match Bookings for 2021
We have reduced the match booking at the weekend to one on Saturday and one on a Sunday so there will be 6 waters open at the week end for members to fish.
Matches through the week will stay the same.
Please don’t forget all club card expire 28th February 2021 please don’t leave it to late.
Maintenance
Work has been carried out on Brook house Pool & Thornhills Fishery we have had the branches pruned back, and ground work has been done to clear around all pegs and cut pathways around the pools we had to get some contractors in to carry out this work.
Stacey’s Pool
The wood to do the 31 stages on Stacey’s pool has now arrived and the new staging are being constructed at this time the new stages cost approximately £100.00 per stage to make, the new staging are being made by Mick and Rob Thanks.

THE 2020 AGM HELD ON THE 18th NOVEMBER HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO COVIE-19 ANY MEMBERS WISHING TO HAVE A SET OF ACCOUNTS AND THE MINUTES OF THE 2019 AGM CAN GET THEM FROM THE OFFICE FROM THE 1st NOVEMBER.
Stewart Godber
Club Secretary

Home Farm Fishery


MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE

HOME FARM FISHERY.

GATES OPEN 8AM AND CLOSE 8PM
Any Members climbing over the gate to access the fishery before 8am will have his membership card revoked.
The Baymalton Angling club Members fish Home Farm on a guets ticket basis only agreement.
We do’t lease this fishery and we expect all members to abide to there rules and respect the fishery owner.
All MEMBERS MUST BOOK ON BEFORE FISHING

TO BOOK ON MOB 07713886654

Home Farm Fishery


Member’s please Note

MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE

HOME FARM FISHERY.

GATES OPEN 8AM AND CLOSE 8PM
Any Members climbing over the gate to access the fishery before 8am will have his membership card revoked.
The Baymalton Angling club Members fish Home Farm on a guets ticket basis only agreement, we do’t lease this fishery and we expect all members to abide to there rules and respect the fishery owner.
All MEMBERS MUST BOOK ON BEFORE FISHING
TO BOOK ON MOB 07713886654

MEMBERSHIP CLOSED


PLEASE NOTE THAT MEMBERSHIP TO THE BAYMALTON ANGLING CLUB IS NOW CLOSED

If you wish to add your name to the waiting list forward your details to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

and i will put you on the waiting list for 2021.

LYMM DAMM


PLEASE NOTE DUE TO THE AMOUNT OF CLUB MEMBERS NIGHT FISHING, TILL THE END OF JUNE NIGHT FISHING WILL BE RESTRITED TO CLUB MEMBERS ONLY.

THE BAILIFFS ON LYMM DAMM ARE INSSTRUCT TO REMOVE ANY NON MEMBER NIGHT FISHING!

NEW…....corona 19 update


Dear Members, Thank Andy for the post from the AT it looks like we are good to go for Wednesday 13th PLEASE FOLLOW THE RULES FROM THE ANGLING TRUST.
Border Rules all Angles must have a free pegs either side of them.
No walking about
park up and go to your peg
Please where you can keep your distance from other Members this is for your safety.
Renewals The Office will be closed most days till thy let me out, i am asking member who have not renewed yet please do so by pay pal by post or bank transfer.
Keep well and keep safe

fishery update


Just to let everyone know the club is running as normal .the office will still be open but if its shut please call the number on the door and someone will come and see you .
if there are any changes we will let you know in due course .
if you are unable to come and renew your membership please remember you can renew online and by post
thanks BayMalton A.C

Brook House Pool


Members please note
That the track going down to Brookhouse pool has got some big pot holes in and you must drive sloley, i have spoken to the landowner and he is going to sort them out for the club.

Meat Ban


Border Fishery’s

As from the 1st of October meat will be banned untill the 1st of April.
It can be used as hook bait only NO FEEDING

Car stickers


Members Please Note.
There are an increasing number of members not Displaying there car stickers In there vehcles when fishing Club waters. This is to keep your water safe from people Poaching your waters.
CLUB CAR STICKERS MUST BE DISPLAYD AT ALL TIMES WHEN FISHING CLUB WATERS.
THANK YOU

Thorne Hills Fishery


The Main Gate

Members please note that if the maine eleectric gate is locked when you arrive or leave it MUST BE KEPT CLOSED
Thank you

Bradeley Hall Pool


Night fishing allowed for a trial period from April 2019.

Goose Green Fishery 2019


New lake opens spring 2019. This will now mean 4 lakes are available to members for fishing and all restrictions during the summer months at weekends will now be lifted.

On the Dane with Andy May


Watch Andy May fishing the River Dane at Holmes Chapel 2016 on one of Bay Maltons stretches.
Follow the links below

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1192361760811708&id=292535567461003

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1192323620815522&id=292535567461003

River Dane Trout 2016


I would love to share this photo with you of a massive 9lb 15oz brown
trout that i caught on the River Dane on fri 15th of july. I was fishing for barbel
on the manor farm stretch with a feeder full of ground bait and a hair rigged worm.
It is by far the biggest trout I have caught and it was really good to see it go back
after a 20 to 30 minute rest in the net. I didn’t catch any barbel by the way but as
you can imagine this fish more than made up for it.

River Dane Barbel 2016


River Dane Barbel