- Plymouth & District Coarse Angling Club -
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Secretary: Bill Cox Tel: 01752 317 329
Chairman: Vic Thompson Tel: 01752 216 723
Plymouth and District Coarse Angling Clu 2012 tarif or fees
£15 registration fee plus £40 subscription
OAPs: £15 registration fee plus £20 subscription
Junior Member 12/16yrs: £5 subscription
Returning members from previous year if bought before
28th February do not pay a registration fee therefore:
Returning Members (from previous year): £40 subscription
OAPs (from previous year): £20 subscription
All memberships run from 1st Jan to the 31st Dec
irrespective of when purchased.
Membership available from the following outlets:
Trader Jacks, Plymouth. Tel: 0175279 50 60
Tackle Barn, Plymouth. Tel: 01752 606283
Premier Fishing Ltd, Plymouth. Tel: 01752
Plymouth & District Coarse Angling Club is a coarse fishing club based in beautiful surrroundings in Devon, South West England. Coarse fishing is offered at three locations on seven. Their coarse fishing lakes hold specimen carp [to 29lb], bream [to 10lb], chub [to 6lb], tench [to 7lb], perch [to 2lb 8oz], plus roach, rudd, gudgeon, orfe, dace and crucian carp.
The club is run by a dedicated, elected committee of anglers. Whatever your angling preference, [carp, match or pleasure], you are assured of a warm welcome at Plymouth & District Coarse Angling Club, one of devon's permier coarse fishing clubs.
There are four lakes at Cadover with depths from 6 to 32
feet. All contain carp to over 20lbs and bream to 10lb as well as good
numbers of tench and silver fish. The main lake is used from time to time
for club matches and is about three acres in size, it has various gravel
bars, lily beds and an island to fish to. The weedy lake is an average nine
feet deep and is as its name suggests weedy. It is home to some cracking
carp and also specimen sized Tench and Perch. The third lake is named the
car park lake due to the fact that it is beside the car park and also
because it has a couple of cars parked in its murky depths. Depths average
about twelve feet but go down to sixteen feet in places. It too is well
stocked with fish. The last lake is the lower lake (previously known as the
boating lake) we acquired this lake when we bought the whole complex from
imerys a few years ago this lake is still being worked on but is fishable
and holds good heads of carp, bream and silvers.
These are old estate lakes, the top one is very overgrown and
silted up but still fishable from a few places and it houses all the usual
fish including some big carp. The lower lake is about one and three quarters
to two acres in size and is an average depth of about 5 feet and in places
the same depth of silt on the bottom. The lakes hold a good head of Carp,
Bream and Tench as well as the usual silver fish and also a good head of
golden rudd and crucian carp.
This is a purpose built lake built by the club almost 6 years
ago, it is completely disabled friendly being completely flat on all the
approach paths and with all the fishing platforms conforming to laid down
disabled access criteria. The fish in here are really growing on strongly
and include Carp to 18lbs, Bream, grass carp, tench, roach, Rudd and this
year we introduced Chubb which are already being caught. This lake suits all
abilities with something for everyone strongly recommended for first time
anglers or someone taking the kids.