Wheatley Hill Angling Club

Wheatley Hill Angling Club

The Wheatley Hill Angling Club was established in 1975 and has grown into one of the most popular clubs in the north east of England with a membership of 160 adults ,30 juniors and 10 disabled – and a waiting list of several hundred! The Club is controlled by a committee of 4 people headed by Alan Hall the Chairman of the Club.

The complex consists of a club house, toilets and training centre plus two beautiful and carefully maintained lakes, the original lake named the Hilly Lake and a brand new lake named Olly’s Lake.

The whole complex is a shining example of all the hard work put in by the forward thinking committee and members who organise regular work party’s to cover all the jobs in maintaining the complex to the highest possible standards. This includes the latest design in fishing platforms, tarmac pathways and benches located around the complex for visitors wanting to sit and relax in such pristine surroundings.

The new lake (Olly’s) which has just been completed and stocked after being sympathetically landscaped with a large tree planting programme, once again all being carried out by the members. The recent addition of a state of the art windmill now provides on site power to the club house.

Pallatrax Associated Angling club, Wheatley Hill in County Durham, have carried out the first stocking of their new 19 peg match lake, introducing 1,500 stunning carp ranging between 4-6″ along with 750 Ide. The cub are expecting to carry out a further stocking later this month, with the Environment Agency looking to stock Roach, Rudd, Tench & Crucian Carp.

Not only have they carried out stocking of this exciting new match venue, Pallatrax products are now available to purchase on site at discounted rates to members thanks to a new product locker that has been constructed within their Club house and training centre.

If you’re in the area, why not check out this cracking and rapidly expanding club for some very good fishing, or call them on 07876 015505.

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