Farnborough & District
Angling Society

Catch up with all the latest FADAS news here.

River Whitewater Work Parties

Kevin White the River keeper for the Whitewater is holding some work parties please see dates below. 8th February 29th February 21st March Would be great to see some of

New exchange permits with R.A.E Angling Club.

A great opportunity to fish a stretch of the River Blackwater at Swallowfield. If you would like to arrange an exchange permit please contact our membership secretary Andy by emailing

Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust

FADAS as in conversation with the Blackwater  Valley Countryside Trust about becoming corporate members. The Trust does amazing work on all 20+ miles of the River Blackwater maintaining both the

Fish feeding program

Mid-October: as winter approaches we are keeping our fish stocks well fed.  Earlier this week 75kg of high quality pellet feed was introduced into both lakes, around 50kg in the

Shawfields Small Lake

The Shawfields Small Lake has acquired a colour make-over! An otherwise completely harmless Blue Dye has been added to suppress the growth of rampant so-called Canadian Pond Weed. Technically it

The River Loddon

Not all news can be good news. Alas the River Loddon is no longer in the FADAS portfolio.  This is owed to the fact that the land through which the

Exchange tickets with PADAS

Exchange permits with our angling buddies at Portsmouth & District AS are now available for the new season.  Interested? Please contact our membership secretary Andy by emailing fadasangling@gmail.com!

News of the Year (2018)

FADAS committee have been working hard on your behalf to bring you the best fishing experience possible at a more-than-fair price.  We never lose sight of our over-riding goal: to

Successful AGM

Many thanks for all who attended our AGM this evening (Monday 18th Feb). We really appreciate your valuable time and suggestions.  Special thanks to Dave Cassell for his wise words

Refurbishment of Shawfields Small Lake

The Refurbisment of the small lake is underway during these cold wet winter months.  Work involves clearing all bankside overgrowth, particularly rampant bramble, willow and alder saplings, as well as