Welcome to the Wimborne and District Angling Club website
Venue details, maps and useful information
Be inspired by a selection of club photographs
Important information about the club
All the information you’ll need before you get there. Aerial maps, directions and details of the known stock.
Check out the latest WDAC captures or send us your images to help build our gallery.
Click through for up-to-date information from the club and our members and affiliates.
The club needs your help in order to improve our waters. Please click here for details on how you can contribute...
WDAC 2018 PHOTOGRAPHY COMP
Your club now URGENTLY needs your help
Fancy winning a year's free membership?
Without sightings being reported, we can't obtain the licences we need to control bird numbers. We as a club need to act NOW
We're delighted to announce our new for 2018 photo comp - with the legends that are Chris Yates and Hugh miles heading up the judging panel!
WDAC ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Membership details, pricing and how to apply
Facebook and Twitter feeds to keep you up to date
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What's happening over the coming months....
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>> We're delighted to announce that the Club now has access to five day tickets at the very popular Orchard Lakes fishery, just outside New Milton. See our venues page for more details
>> Our new for 2018 Annual Photography Competition has now launched. A designated page on the website will be coming soon. See our news section and FB feeds for further info!
>> Please spare a minute or so to participate in our questionnaire. Our Club needs our input. You can find the link via the menu at the top of the page.
>> Please can we ask ALL members to make an effort to record sightings of cormorants via our new 'cormorant watch' page. The situation is critical and we ALL need to get behind the initiative.