Latest News from Wyresdale Anglers

We will update this page periodically with news for our members.


15 April 2021

Our insurers the Angling Trust have advised that fishing is now allowed (see https://anglingtrust.net/covid-19/) so the  fishery is open.  

Following yesterday's Committee Meeting we have agreed that as of 19 April logging on and off beats will revert to the entrance hall with all fish caught being recorded in the record books.  The toilet and rod room will be open.  The Bar and Cellar will remain closed for the time being.  All other areas of the house are out of bounds to members.

We hope that from 14 May restrictions on the use of Springfield will be eased further, the Secretary will communicate with members on what is permitted nearer the date.

Fishing is subject to Members adhering to the lockdown restrictions currently in force.
Members should not expect the Club to provide specific advice on compliance with the current lock-down restrictions/guidelines. Members will have to form their own views as to what is an acceptable travel distance.


15 April 2021


January 2021

Our 2021 AGM will be held in December, the date, time and venue to be decided later in the year when hopefully the position regarding Covid-19 restrictions will be clearer.  Our Annual Dinner is currently in abeyance due to the pandemic although it is hoped an event may be possible later in the year.


17 February 2021

All dependent on the current state of play with Covid-19 restrictions.  As soon as anything is known it will be posted here.

Four stockings are planned for Scorton Lake and Street Lakes with fish from Kilnsey Trout Farm.

11th March - completed

7th April - completed

5th May

9th June

The times will be posted in due course and all members are welcome subject to the current Covid-19 restrictions on travel etc.


January 2021

For information on the Wyre River Trust's activities follow this link


December 2017

Some great news on the Wyre Rivers Tust work on Woodplumpton Brook (Delivered through Fisheries Improvement Fund monies) which has been featured on the Wild Trout Trust website. Read more here



January 2021

Much has been achieved over the last year in clearing vegetation from the walls of Springfield which will hopefully contribute to a reduction in the damp issues.  Once the current lockdown measures are eased it is hoped we can conduct a more detailed internal survey to identify the reasons for damp in the upper stories.

November 2017

Springfield now has a superb stove installed to warm your bones after a long days fishing. There have also been some updates to our soft furnishings. These great additions were made possible by several generous donations from our membership.