HELLO MEMBERS - With effect from 1st June 2020 our lakes will return to normal opening (Gunville & Merstone 24hrs Holliers Dawn to Dusk) Please remember to keep our gates locked at all times. Please note that from the 1st June the padlock number has been changed you will find this number on the back of your membership card. It is requested that this number is not given to any person - if they don't have the number they are not a member of our company. All pegs may now be used on all lakes. Night fishing recommences from 1st June at Merstone and Gunville. Match fishing recommences from 4th June please see your fixture list. Our work party dates are shown on the back of the fixture list also please come along and assist in the maintenance of our sites if you can. It is requested that all members continue use hand sanitiser both before and after using the padlock on the gates, and also before and after use of the toilet facilities at all sites. Members should still not share fishing equipment. Please remember it is still necessary to adhere to social distancing 2 meters and not to gather in groups.
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