We do not have vacancies at present but please contact the secretary if you wish to be added to our waiting list. Rob Sawdon at email@example.com.
AGM - 2016
A monthly report on the fishing at Stearsby lakes. A detailed catch analysis, photo's and fishy musings. Click here to read.
The Kingfisher Diary 2016
The Kingfisher has completed his 2016 diary detailing the never ending quest to catch two hundred trout in a season from the clubs becks and rivers. These diaries will be of interest to any angler with a love of the smaller waters so to follow his trials and tribulations Click here.
Indeed he did, so congratulations on this splendid effort and thanks from the membership for providing such a fascinating diary.
There has been quite some interest in the Kingfishers techniques so he has kindly agreed to reveal his methods in the new Kingfisher Hints & Tips section. Click here to read. Excellent information and well worth a look.
Salmon and Seatrout Fishing
A reminder that fishing for salmon and sea trout is available to YTAA anglers on the river South Esk in Angus. Click here to read more.
Unfortunately there has been an increase in the number of sightings of Signal Crayfish in the Isle Beck system. Members are reminded to report any further sightings to the secretary as this will allow us to better monitor the signal crayfish population in the fishery. If you are unsure what a signal crayfish looks like or want any more information then please visit the Signal Crayfish page.
Please note: It is illegal to remove Signal Crayfish without a licence from the Environment Agency. The purpose of this legislation is partly to prevent the cross contamination of waters. Once established Signal Crayfish are proving impossible to remove so the focus is currently on the prevention of their spread. Members are reminded that they should each be responsible for their own basic 'Bio Security' measures. After fishing, always thoroughly dry out all of your clothing and fishing tackle, especially your nets, before fishing again.