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.

Birch Lake is the largest and contains the largest fish; Carp to 25lbs and Tench to 4lbs. So named after the Birch trees which line two of the three banks; it is the most picturesque of the three.

The lake has very good weed growth, with lilies and reed beds around the margins, and if you keep quiet and concealed the margins are the best area to fish. All baits and methods work and once again, mornings and evenings produce the most fish. With large hard fighting fish and a lot of weed, good strong tackle is a must.