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PRIZES, COMPS, GUIDES
and much more....
WELCOME TO THE NEW JUNIOR WEBSITE PAGE!
JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION WINNER 2019:
Jenson with a brace of perch from Creekmoor Small Lake. Great angling young man!
In association with and supported by:
'Get fishing' with Rob Hughes
Carl and Alex Fishing
First up is Packhorse Lake at Kingsbridge
We've put together some tips, tricks and video's to get you started...
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Wildlife videographer and Club Committee member, Hugh Miles, with a lovely A1 crucian from Pinnock Lakes
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It was a pleasure for us to be able to support the junior members of WDAC. We hope you guys enjoy your fishing and find the collection of videos the Club has compiled from us useful and informative!
Tight lines and a warm welcome to the wonderful world of fishing!
Welcome to a fantastic world of angling. You’ve made a great choice to join Wimborne and District Angling Club. They’ve got some lovely water, great fishing and of course a load of support for anglers along the way. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, someone will always be on hand to help out, and I’ve put together a few short film clips to help you too. Enjoy your fishing, and don’t forget…. If you need any help, give the club a shout. They’ll be happy to oblige.
Best wishes and enjoy your adventures.
Rob Hughes, Team England Manager and Angling Trust Ambassador
Carl and Alex Smith, founders of 'Carl and Alex Fishing' and 'Fishing Tutorials' YouTube channels
FREE FAMILY FISHING DAYS
WDAC had a number of family fishing days planned for 2020. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, these were not possible.
We're hoping to restart these fantastic free-to-attend days next year, keep an eye on our website and social feed for more information from our Welfare Officer, Sean Harris.
Part One: Landing and returning carp
Part Two: Rig safety and fishcare
Part Three: Pike safety