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A warm welcome to the WDAC Game section. The Club has two beautiful dedicated trout venues, three lakes in total at Winterborne Zelston and Rawlsbury.

 

See below for details on how to buy your game tickets and for up-to-date game-related news.

TROUT  TICKETS

For Winterborne Zelston

 

A Two Fish Ticket

Member - £15         Guest - £20

 

For Rawlsbury Lakes

 

A Two Fish Ticket

Member - £15          Guest - £20

 

A Three Fish Ticket

Member - £22          Guest - £30

 

A Four Fish  Ticket

Member - £30          Guest - £40

 

A Five Fish Ticket

Member - £37       Guest - £50

 

Trout tickets are available online to members to buy using Paypal but you require a password to access the 'Buy Tickets Page'. Please note there is a £1 surcharge in addition to the prices above when buying online via PayPal.

 

If you do not have a password please email the Game Secretary gamesecretary@

wimborneanddistrictanglingclub.co.uk

 

When using a PayPal receipt please record your catch return and PayPal purchase on the special tickets provided at the venues and post this in the returns box; as well as recording on the catch return sheets.

 

Trout tickets can also be obtained for members and their guests at:

 

Conyers, West Street, Blandford

 

Castaways, 78 Ashley Road, Poole, BH14  9BN

 

Wessex Angling, 321 Wimborne Road, Poole, BH15 3DH

MEMBERSHIP

For full details on how to join and the rates for 2018/19

OCTOBER LAKES REPORT

Dear Fellow Trout Anglers

 

I have very good news to report. Winterbourne Zelston is looking magnificent today, not only because the banks have been freshly mowed and tidied up (thank you to our excellent volunteers), but our sparklingly clear waters are now full of trout again. We have restocked today, with about 100 trout, 80% rainbows, in excellent condition and of good sizes, up to 7 to 8lb and 20% beautiful brown trout averaging about 3lb. We will continue with the policy that all rainbows caught must be kept but brown trout may be released if so desired (or kept). If you do intend releasing a brown trout can I ask that you reduce handling as much as possible and try and unhook in the water. Barbless hooks obviously make this easier as does an unhooking device.

 

Please do enjoy this wonderful water and excellent fishing

 

Tight Lines

Nigel

Game Secretary

 

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