TO ALL MEMBERS OF IWFAC - The Board have been in touch with the EA and they are fully supportive of the action taken by the Board in the closure of our Lakes. This is due to the high risk posed by outbreaks of KHV. We stress that none of our waters have shown any symptoms relating to the disease, this is purely a precautionary measure to protect our fish stock. The water temperature must be consistently below 14 degrees before the lakes can be reopened. The Board will be monitoring the Lakes and will open them when it is considered to be absolutely safe to do so.
The Company was formed from the IWFAA on 23rd May 2014 and is dedicated to progress fishing and improve facilities for the Island. Currently owning three lakes, we aim to improve facilities across the island and create havens for those passionate about fishing.
With regular fishing matches, meetings, coaching days and events held throughout the year, anglers who like a good social side to their fishing are well catered for. We also have many members who enjoy their fishing in quiet tranquility, away from the masses, for whom the abundance of off the beaten track places to fish are plentiful. There is a wealth of fishing for both coarse and game anglers alike; the Club’s waters providing a wide and varied choice of venues to fish and species to fish for. The aim of the Club is to provide high quality and affordable fishing, whatever your preferences.
3 Beautiful fisheries spread across the Isle of Wight