NACA Bawburgh open days with coaching and guidance

NACA Events

Pre-Book Coaching Session

Limited Pre-Booking Available-Open Day 2010

Coaching sessions start from 10 am and this year we are giving you the opportunity to Pre-book your free 30 minutes coaching session in the first hour between 10.00 and 11.00

There are 30 sessions during this period and are allocated on a first come first served basis

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Contact us via E-mail and make sure you give your name, address and contact number, you will be advised if your application has been accepted via E-mail, and a time and voucher will be sent to you to allow you to fast track into the event and take up your free angling coaching session.

Please turn up fifteen minutes prior to your coaching session taking place as you will need to register your attendance and walk to the lake.

 

 

 

 

Bawburgh Lakes Open Day 2010

Open Day Angling Event

A Free Fun Day out for all the family to enjoy

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Bawburgh Open Day

This free event is the largest of its kind in the region, and this year hosts 13 qualified Angling coaches along with a host of other activities and demonstrations, to raise awareness of Angling, Conservation and the Environment.

Main Sponsors: ‘The Environment Agency’
Venue: Bawburgh Lakes, Bawburgh near Norwich
Sunday 6th June 2010   10.00am - 4.30pm

Need directions to Bawburgh Lakes get them HERE

See some of the activities at previous Open Days click here:


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NACA 2010-AGM

AGM 2010

We will be holding our 2010 AGM on Tuesday 18th May

Sorry only NACA members are eligible to attend: Not a member then join online today!

Our guest speaker for the event is Mike Sutton Croft from The Norfolk Non-native Species Initiative

What are Non-native species and how do we identify them and how do NACA and our members help, Mike will explain all as anglers are seen as a key member to support this program.

The initiative was launched in 2008 to promote the prevention, control and eradication of invasive, alien species. It seeks to do this by:

  • Collating and monitoring data on the distribution and spread of non-native species in the county;
  • Developing action plans to address the species of most urgent concern;
  • Facilitating control and eradication projects at high priority sites; and
  • Promoting awareness of the risks and impacts associated with non-native species.

The AGM is held at Bawburgh Village Hall: Get Directions Here

starts at 7.30 there will be a bar and raffle

Events Update 'Riverside Road'

Riverside road coaching event was held on Wednesday October 8th 2009

Young Albert with a fine Riverside breamNACA was supported by the Environment Agency to deliver one of its many coaching and educational days

Several youngsters and their parents turned up to take advantage of the free angling coaching sessions

The coaching day on the River Wensum was held on the riverbank just above the millennium footbridge NACA and Norwich Pike Angling Club along with the Environment Agency attended this quickly planned event to take advantage of the the half-term holiday. Five juniors and six adults were shown whip, pole and stick float fishing by NACA coaches Dennis & Judy, who were supported by Graham Gamble  (Environment Agency), Tom Boulton, Tony Gibbons (NDAA) and Paul Cordy (Cordy’s Tackle Den).

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NACA Events - 'An Evening With'

Fenland Pike Fishing talk by Denis Moules and Mark BarrattNACA are pleased to present

'An Evening With' Mark Barrett and Denis Moules on the history of Fenland Pike Fishing

November 19th 7.30 at Bawburgh Village Hall (nr Norwich)

Click HERE for map to venue

NACA members £3.00 Non Members £4.50 on the door

The Fens are a unique area of Britain, however this vast area of waterways with a rich history is an enigma to most of us, and only a hand full of anglers can truly say they have understood the fens and the excellent fishing it has to offer.

Throughout the 60's and 70's it became a mecca for pike anglers from around the country and was featured in many angling books of the time notably 'Fishing for big Pike' Webb & Rickards

 

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