DERBYSHIRE COUNTY ANGLING CLUB LIMITED
Derbyshire County AC Events
Some of our events are open to non members, get in touch if you are interested.
Tiln Lake Open Day
Tiln Lake Open Day.
Please use the contact form if you are not a member and wish to come, we will give you directions.
Sunday 21st May.
Fly fishing match. 8.30 am to 11.30 am. For members.
All fish catch and return.
Match presentation 12 noon.
Free lunch and drinks, 12.15 Drinks available all day.
Bring and buy, bring the tackle you don't need any more or buy the tackle you've been looking for.
Fly tying demo's by Ken Trueman and Steve Newsome.
Casting demo's by Paul and Sue Sissons.
Tackle and materials on sale.
Raffle, feel free to donate a prize.
On site toilets.
Members guests welcome.
Coarse Fishing Match
Silver Fish Match Martyn's Lake
Venue: Martyn's Lake
Date: Sunday 23rd April 2023
Draw: 07:00 till 07:30
At: Checking Station
Match Start: 08:30
Match Finish 15:30
Silver fish match, carp, pike, and game fish do not count to match weight.
Optional pool, club will donate to prize fund.
Members Guests Welcome.
20 pegs available
DCAC Open Days
We will issue more detail closer to the time.
Open to non mmembers.
21st May: Tiln lake
29th July: Wilne pool
24th September: Willington complex
Junior Open Day
Junior Days (Fly Fishing)
There will be a fly fishing junior coaching sessions held at Widgeon lake on Sunday 9th April. There will be a morning session starting at 10am till 12-00midday and a second session at 1pm till 3-00pm. Refreshments will be served throughout the day. There are six available slots in the morning and six in the afternoon. Rods, reels, lines, flies, food and drink will be provided.
Initially places will be made available for DCAC members children, grandchildren, etc. This is designed for children over eight years of age. If there are any spare slots then we might be able to offer it to non members children.
Please contact me via e mail to secure a place at firstname.lastname@example.org or on this page.
Helpers for the event would be most welcome.
Many thanks, Ian Moulsdale