Canterbury & District Angling Association

Due to a local outbreak of K.H.V. no keepnets to be used on any waters. Dip nets are in place on all stillwaters. Nets, mats and slings MUST be dipped (FULLY immersed) for a minimum of 15 minutes.

CDAA’ s Annual Fly Tying Classes are due to begin Wednesday 7th February. If you would like to learn how to tie flies we will be meeting on a Wednesday evening for 8 weeks from the 7th February. There will be an absolute beginners class running alongside a more advanced class, all materials and tools will be supplied, so why not come along and try something new.

Stonar Lake toilet is closed until further notice due to frozen pipes.

The new keys are available at the office now and cost £15, refund on the old key (£5) will be made once the locks have all been changed and on presentation of the old key.

The Fordwich lakes are situated in the Stour Valley downstream from Fordwich. You approach the area from Canterbury on the A28 until you reach Sturry where you take the right turn immediately before the pedestrian crossing to Fordwich. Following the road past The George and Dragon Hotel, round a sharp left hand bend, and where the road next turns sharply to the right, you have on your left The Fordwich Arms and in front of you to the left, Fordwich Church. Going down past the church is a private road known as The Drove, which has a 5mph speed restriction. Follow The Drove to the end where you come to our locked car park. Members using this or any of our other parking places must display a current CDAA membership car sticker.