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Pendle Burnley and District Anglers

ROWLEY LAKE BURNLEY

PENDLE BURNLEY & DISTRICT

  ANGLERS ASSOCIATION


Last update 26th February2024

  MEMBERSHIP 1/4/2023 to  31/3/2024

                    Adult member                        Single rod £50            

      Multi rod Inc night membership  £70

        

                               O.A.P.                         

                   single rod £40

       multi rod inc night membership  £60


                             Junior                            member  £10

       

                             Disabled                      single rod  £40           

       Multi rod inc night membership  £60


           New Predator Membership


       Multi rod inc night membership  £60

        O.A.P. Predator membership    £50

            CLOSED SEASON FROM 1st JUNE TO                       30th SEPTEMBER For Predator Fishing        


        DAY TICKETS  AVAILABLE ON THE BANK       SENIOR  £6  1 Rod – £10  2 Rods MAX

          Junior  £3          Concessions  £4

            No Day Tickets Availble on Fouldrige


          Membership can be acquired

                 At the following outlet


                MACKS ANGLING CENTRE

                                    BURNLEY

                           TEL. 01282 427386


                              BOYCES

                                     NELSON

                             TEL. 01282 614412


                   PADIHAM ANGLING CENTRE

                                   PADIHAM

                            TEL. 01282 779131



                               FISHERMANS  WAY

                                         BURY

                               TEL. 0161 7611359


                                    DAVES AQUARIUM

                                           BOLTON

                                  TEL. 01204 534343


               BUY MEMBERSHIP ONLINE                              

                          

                     An introduction to the Club



   The club was founded In 1977 by  a group of anglers whom  got  together to form Pendle Anglers to promote the sport of angling at  all levels and provide opportunities for recreation and competitionc,  To assist members and participants in their various forms of  involvement in angling also they could join Burnley Centre which  was affiliated to the Northern Anglers Association to fish the canals  around Burnley


   In the 1990’s Burnley Centre was disbanded due to the increase in  rent for the canals and the decline in membership.  Pendle Anglers  wanted to somehow keep the name of Burnley Centre going so the  Club had a meeting and after a long discussion it was agreed that  the new name of Pendle Anglers would now be called Pendle,  Burnley and District Anglers Association.


  The club is based in the northwest of England and caters for all  pleasure, specimen and match anglers. The membership is open for  all ages from juniors through to Pensioners. The club controls 5 still  waters which are all filled with a good head of mixed coarse fish  with  Bream 8lb+, Pike 10lb+, Roach, Perch 3lb+,  Tench, and  specimen  carp  30lb+ also 3 stretches of the river Calder with  Chub, Dace,  Grayling  and Trout.


  






















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              FUNDING FOR FOULRIDGE  FOOTPATHS

   Pendle and Burnley District Angling Association, which owns the fishing rights to the lake, has over the past few years been carrying out lots of improvement work around the reservoir. The group’s  latest project is to try to improve the footpath access to the south- side of the lake which is treacherous, especially at this time of year. Shane Allen, vice-chairman, said: “Our club runs on a non-profit basis so undertaking a huge job like this will require financial help. We have applied for several grants and have now set up a  GoFundMe  Page    We need to raise around £15,000. By undertaking this project we are not only benefiting our members, but the wider community that uses the reservoir for walking, nature viewing, cycling and also creating access to the lake for older and disabled people that would currently be unable to use the paths due the poor state they are in.” The footpaths along the southside of the reservoir have been left unmaintained for years and because of this are now in a very poor state, to the extent they are almost unsafe and unusable for certain groups and making access difficult and dangerous. The reservoir belongs to the Canal and River Trust,  but it too does not have the funds available to do the works. Shane added: “These repairs would allow people to get to areas  of the reservoir they currently can’t.


  

   If  YOU  WOULD LIKE TO DONATE CLIK HERE



FISH SPECIES

CLUB  WATERS  2021/22

ROWLEY LAKE BURNLEY  BB10 3LE

LOWERHOUSE LODGE BURNLEY  BB12 6NF



WALVERDEN RESERVOIR NELSON  BB9 0HZ

FOULRIDGE RESERVOIR  COLNE  BB8 7LH

BALL GROVE PARK COLNE  BB8 7HZ

RIVER CALDER PADIHAM BB12 8ED

Click  on  for  Maps  

2D + 3D scans of the Lowerhouse

2D + 3D scans of the Rowley


RIVER CALDER BARNES FARM ALTHAM BB5 5UW

RIVER CALDER CORNFIELD FARM BURNLEY  BB12 8UB

     CARP  Record For Foulridge

                                            34LB

                                                              6oz                                                                                                                                                     6oz

                

30/07/21

         CARP Record For Rowley


                                            34LB

                

2020

      Match Record For Foulridge

            MARK DYKES              192lb  14oz

                

12/7/2020