Please note the river (left) bank of Birch Vale will be closed from 12th – 15th December inclusive, while a number of trees are tidied up. A shredder will be brought onsite and may need access down the right hand bank, so if you fish these dates and are using a bivvy be prepared to move! However as there will be chainsaw and shredding noise throughout these days possibly best to give the lake a miss altogether until work is complete.
Friday, 21 October 2016
One of our members, Andrew Griffiths, is setting up a Riverfly Monitoring project on the Rivers Goyt and Sett. Riverfly Monitoring samples the fly life at a selected site of the river on a monthly basis, and checks for any sudden changes that may indicate signs of pollution. Riverfly monitors are trained in Environment Agency standard techniques, and the results are fed into a national database. There is an article, [click here] that Andrew wrote for the current edition of Countryfile Magazine*, after attending a training day on the River Irwell. If you are interested in becoming a riverfly monitor, or just want to know more about how riverfly works, please email Andrew on:
More information on Riverfly here: http://www.riverflies.org/
*BBC Countryfile http://www.countryfile.com/
Posted by Ian at 09:39
Saturday, 10 September 2016
Club meeting Thursday 15th September.
Pease note that anyone wishing to propose any changes to any club rules must present them in writing or by email to the Secretary before the September General Membership meeting.
Any reasonable requests will then be discussed at the October meeting.
General Meeting starts at 8:00pm at the Whaley Bowling Club. If attendance is low the meeting will take place in the committee room.
Posted by Ian at 12:51
Monday, 25 July 2016
Disley Dam will be closed to the general membership from Friday 29th July @ 12:00pm until Sunday morning for peg work. If you want to be involved in this work party contact Gavin (number in the club book).
The Dam is looking very good at the moment with lots of work already completed and the new carpark providing easier access.
Posted by Ian at 13:13