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Get three month’s free fishing on our extensive lakes and rivers in Essex
Also a free Fishers Green Consortium card
(expires 15th June 2015).
Join now to fish from 1st January 2015 until 31st March 2016.
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Billericay and District Angling Club was formed
in 1957, and now is the largest in Essex, offering fishing on
33 lakes and stretches of the river Roding, Blackwater, Pant, Wid
and Stour. BDAC is affiliated to The Angling Trust.
It also supports and endorses the Essex Angling Watch.
We always aim to improve our fisheries, especially
our freeholds and the provision of clean flush toilets is paramount,
together with firm, safe swims. Although most of our waters,
even the rivers contain carp, the average family angler will
be pleased by the mixture of other species, unlike the predictability
of many local day-ticket waters. In recent years the Club has spent several thousand pounds in restocking, with particular emphasis on bream, tench and chub.
1st August 2014: Due to circumstances beyond our control, the number for the electronic gate to the main road at Barleylands is now 1455.
Watch us at the Brentwood 2011 Carp Show (starts at 6min 48sec into the video)
February 2015 Club Newsletter now
Submit your catch reports for publication on this site or in our newsletter.
Our website has a dual purpose. As well as
attracting new members, it can inform existing members of the
news from the Club, and particularly the recent catches of other
members, together with photos. We have a comprehensive match
calendar catering for all ages of member. Every
closure is listed in our handbook, to avoid members being disappointed
when arriving at Club waters.
To view the clubs Latest News click HERE
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Held in March each year and all members are very welcome.
Club business is followed by the presentation of prizes, trophies
and certificates to both the Senior and Junior members. The
Club is run by a Management
Helpline for Fishery and Club Enquiries.
Phone 0844 335 3978 (9am to 9pm only)