Wroxham and District Angling Club has been established for over 50 years. We are a progressive Angling club offering facilities for all types of anglers, pleasure, specialist and match.
The Club is run by a Management Committee, in accordance with our Articles of Association, consisting of the Board of Officers, the Committee and Club Bailiffs, all of whom are elected at the AGM.
The club hosts friendly match fishing on Thursdays and Sundays, with matches on both our own lakes and local match venues. We hope this information will help you decide if we are the club for you.
If you are interested in joining Wroxham & District Angling Club, then please use the application form on the Membership page. For any other queries please click the button below to contact us.
Unfortunately we have closed Mill farm until further notice due to a Oxygen problem we have a air pump on site and the EA are helping us with this too.
For the latest updates please keep an eye on the public Wroxham Angling Club Facebook page
Thank you for your support
Wroxham and District Angling Club would like to say a big thank you to Kevin Allen and his team for raising £3.713.65! for the Norfolk SEN Network.
The SEN Charity supports parents, with special needs children through the education system.
Please visit their website if you would like to learn more or make a donation
We have just been informed by the Contractor removing Trees from Gt. Melton Reservoir that the trees to the top car park can not be felled until the Power lines have made safe.
This will involve Network Power UK, making the area safe, and informing all concerned that there will be disruption to the power supply.
As we could take some time I have taken the decision to open up the lake from Friday the 7th May at 8 am.
Unfortunately, we will have to close the Lake sometime in the future at short notice.
We will keep all members informed of further developments via our social media sites.
Thanks for being so understanding.
We have taken delivery of over 500 lovely Crucians and over 250 Tench of varying sizes, probably averaging ¼ lb, courtesy of the Environment agency, which have been added to the stock in pond 3. This follows the addition of 200 small bream just over a week ago.