The Bury St Edmunds Angling Association was founded in 1938. Our aims are to provide and maintain angling, promote fellowship amongst anglers, organise friendly fishing competitions and to preserve and further the sport of angling generally. The club offers angling on four lakes and members have the right to fish all Association waters, subject to restrictions imposed from time to time.
Latest club news
WATERLANE WORK PARTY WEEKEND: There will be a work party at water lane Saturday 15th October and Sunday 16th October. Both days commencing from 0930.
BARROW LAKE OPEN: Testing has shown an unlikelihood of having blue green algae present, therefore, fishing at the lake can resume. Testing gives us a guide, therefore, the club would always recommend that all anglers practice safe hygiene when fishing a lake. We would like to thank all members for their patience and understanding. Whilst the bailiff team regularly visit the lakes, we ask that all members notify us should they have any concerns.
LATEST MATCH NEWS
The latest vets match (21/09/23) saw Badwell Ash host again. It proved to be another productive match for the anglers involved. Andy Hardy took 1st place this week with 54lb, whilst Bob Huit and Steve Bishop finishing 2nd and 3rd with 33lb 12oz and 25lb respectively. Badwell Ash has certainly proved to be BAA’s most productive for this years matches. Next week sees the vet’s taking on Middle Reservoir. Anybody wishing to fish in the club matches can contact Grant on 07512588254.
** Anglers can now purchase club tickets online **