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NACA EVENTS 2014
Feburary 18th 2014
An Evening With - Alan Rawden
'Fishing Norfolk's Rivers in the 1980's and 1990's'
See main page for full details
With the launch of his first book 'BACKWINDING' Alan will be giving a talk expanding on the many stories and memories covered in the book.
Also as details of 2014 events are finalised further details of the events will be shown here first.
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A fantastic opportunity to fish the iconic River Wensum available to NACA members now.
This beautiful restored stretch of the river Wensum in the heart of the Wensum valley was once the historic home of Norfolk barbel and still holds the odd double figure fish along with chub to 6lb's and roach to 2lb plus.
Situated below the village of Costessey downstream of the weir winds this superb stretch of the River Wensum. The upper reaches of restored chalk stream habitat certainly provides a rich diverse environment for our members to enjoy an excellent days fishing whether you are trotting for roach or dace along one of the many tempting glides, or stalking a wary barbel or large Wensum chub from a classic river swim. While a further mile of slower un restored river along Low Road Drayton provides a real challenge for the roving angler.
NACA's ground breaking habitat restoration project at Costessey now provides one of the most renowned restored parts of this famous river and one which the Association is very proud of.
Juvenile barbel are still being introduced to the river every year as part of NACA,WFAP,Environment agencies stocking program however it is the chub fishing which currently draws many of our members to the fishery with catches of five to six pound chub in perfect condition regularly taken and with the mouth watering prospect of a stunning double figure Wensum barbel or two pound plus roach still to be caught from this historic fishery this has to be one of the top stretches to fish on the Wensum and is available to join for members of Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association.
The fishery has limited members allowing plenty of room to roam the banks to your favoured swim and has permits available now so its the perfect time to register your application to join this most iconic river Wensum fishery.
Membership of Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association is open to all, and applies in several categories
NB:(please note membership of the Association doesn't include automatic Access or fishing rights to any of our fisheries)