Spade Oak Lake is CLOSED as of 6th February this is due to health and safety. This decision has been made by the council. All entrances have been blocked off so no members are to enter the lake.
NO FISHING IS ALLOWED ON THIS LAKE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Jeff Brown (Chairman)
Applications are now being taken for the 2021-2022 Season
M.A.C season begins 1st April 2021 - 31st March 2022
no matter when you join throughout the year your permit still runs out on the 31st March
NEW CLUB FEES FOR 2021/2022
OAP / Disabled:- £50.00
Under 12:- £5.00
Postal applictions only
MAC are pleased to announce that we will be opening all our Waters....
(Spade Oak CLOSED see above message)
It is important that you follow the government and Angling trust guidelines at ALL times and social distancing must be followed .
You should only fish club waters if you live LOCALLY to our lakes/river
It is not the clubs responsibility to say you are local-please use your common sense as we are in a national lockdown.
- To remain within the law you should follow the government’s guidance, and only fish locally within the district where you live.
NO night fishing
you can fish the waters from 7.30am until 5pm
NO swim or equipment sharing
There will be NO club matches until further notice
Please wear protective gloves when opening padlocks and gates and also use hand sanitiser
All anglers must hold a current EA license, a current Marlow Angling club permit and their ID card at all times.
Bailiffs will make sure all rules are adhered to, if you are breaking these rules you will be asked to pack up and leave immediately with the possibility of being banned if you are breaking the rules
Bailiffs should maintain a 2m distance when checking anglers, they will not physically handle your permit and ID card, it will be a site inspection only
Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 or who shares a household with any individual displaying symptoms should not go fishing and they should follow the government advice and self isolate
Please be sensible when fishing, and stick to social distancing & our rules as we don’t want to have to close any of our waters, but we will if anglers are not fishing sensibly
Jeff Brown (Chairman)
IMPORTANT NOTICE-BREACH OF SECURITY ON FILM SET AT SPADE OAK
We have recieved an email containing the following:-
“I’ve been chasing Estates/Legal to get this sorted.
Meanwhile, I have to ask if there’s a way you can contact all your members? There’s been a breach of security at the old Gravel Yard, whereby somebody (looks like two people) has entered the area adjoining (most likely by climbing over the bund at the rear of what we call The Spinney – an area meant to be for anglers only) and posted a video on line of the film set being constructed there. The post says they “have an affiliation with the land”.
The Council is under a strict confidentiality agreement relating to it and the Filmco takes a dim view of such breaches, such that it will take action against individuals involved (for they take protection of their Intellectual Property Rights very seriously). Can you please inform members that if any of them were involved, they have committed a trespass and put the continuance of fishing from The Spinney at risk. Having said that, I doubt that it was MAC members but rather, other private individuals, but I am required to inform all our tenants.Oh
Good news for those who enter Spade Oak via Coldmoorholme Lane
Thanks to Jeff and the council we have had a combination lock put onto the pedestrian gate. The code is the same as used on our other locks. For those of you who don’t know the code it is found on the back of your permit.
Please remember to lock the gate back up after use as we don’t want to loose this access.
Please do not tamper with the kissing gate as this has now been repaired by the council.
FISHING AT SPADE OAK
We have had a couple of complaints from the residents who live in the cottages regarding anglers being dropped off right by the lake, I would like to remind you that under NO circumstance are you
allowed to be dropped of outside the cottages.
NO cars are to go past the service road, you must park or get dropped off in the car park show in your rule book.
If this continues we will loose the right to night fish this area and we don’t want that as we worked so hard to get that area back
Parking cars near Lexmark House is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN
This is a PRIVATE ROAD and we are not allowed to use it for access or parking of cars.
The owner has complained to the club about anglers parking in his road.
He will report any car registration number parking or dropping off in that road
If you are caught and reported to the club your membership to the club will be terminated
The club is very intrested in your days fishing on any of the clubs waters. If you would like to share your catch then please send photos with a brief discription on how you caught your fish, then the club can put it on the website
Please send all images and reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you attend any work parties we will pay you £5 an hour
This is only on official work parties where a committee member is in attendance.