Established over 60 years, WDAC offers its members a wide variety of coarse and trout waters to choose from.
The Club has access to over 20 stillwaters, 7 stretches of the beautiful River Stour as well as two dedicated trout waters.
We enjoy a friendly ethos amongst our membership, with everyone welcome to join our growing angling community.
Our Club committee is passionate towards maintaining and improving the high standards we expect.
Find out more
Please make some time to join us this year for the Club's annual meetings.
Annual Game meeting -
19th March 7.30pm
26th March 7.30pm
Both at the Corfe Mullen RBL
Don't forget to get your entries in for the Sticky Baits comp.
There is £175 worth of Sticky bait up for grabs and entry is really easy.
Send us your carp fishing images for a chance to win.
Some cracking new carp introduced at Creekmoor Lakes, 75 fish in total.
These fish were moved from Poole Park with the help of the EA and Sparsholt College.
Watch out for the 18lb ghostie!
Mr Chris Yates with a lovely 2lb 8oz perch caught from a club stretch of the River Stour.
Our river stretches have been producing some fantastic fish this year.
Good angling sir!
AGM & Annual Game meetings2019
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WDAC offers our membership the chance to fish two dedicated trout waters, Winterborne Zelston and Rawlsbury
WDAC runs numerous matches across the calendar year, encompassing both stillwaters and the River Stour. Matches are also held on non-club waters.
All the info you need to enter our annual competition.
ANNUAL PHOTO COMP
It's critically important that we look after the welfare of our fish, for today and for tomorrow.
For full details on how to join and the rates for 2018/19
Further details on all of our waters and concessions.
JUNIORS PAGE: COMING SOON!
A page of the website purely for our younger members.
STICKY BAITS COMP
£175 worth of Sticky Baits prizes of for grabs!
YOUR club needs YOUR help to report sightings of cormorants