Tiddenfoot rules and Covid rules
Tiddenfoot is a public park used by many
other interest groups, walkers, dog walkers, cyclists and sometimes
horse riders. You must be patient and exercise restraint if there is any
conflict. Any member who is rude to a member of the public will be
putting our fishing rights at risk. We will discipline members of LBAC
who are rude to the public, you may have your right to fish removed.
Report any issues to a bailiff or the club committee. DO NOT do anything
that could cause your fishing rights or those of the club to be removed.
Stay 2 metres from other
people at all times.
No socialising in swims is
allowed. The one angler per swim rule applies here.
If a club
officer wants to check your membership booklet please open it to the
member details page and have it on display.
Do not touch fishing tackle belonging to other anglers.
Carry hand sanitizer with
you. If you touch gates or locks ensure you thoroughly clean your hands.
Be patient and polite.
There may be a shortage of swims.
8. No litter of any sort. Anglers
must take home all empty containers, all unwanted items. We will ban any
angler who leaves litter from membership for a minimum of two years.
1. One bivvy per swim. One angler
2. Three rods
only. Confine lines to your own swim and water. No casting into other
3. No bait
boats, inflatable boats or any other sort of boat.
4. A minimum of a 50 inch landing
net must be used.
5. Anglers fishing for carp or
catfish must use a minimum line strength of 18lb, higher if possible.
There are catfish to nearly 100lb present.
6. A large unhooking mat must be
visible and used.
7. No fish may be retained and
they must be returned to the water as soon as possible.
8. You may fish for four nights
them must leave the lake (see the club rules in your book). You may not
leave a bivvy or any tackle in a swim to claim it. Tackle left on the
bank will be removed by club officials and safely stored for collection.
You will also have your fishing rights removed.
9. At no time may you leave your
tackle with lines in the water. This is not only a club rule but also an
EA law. Anglers who are found to be away from their tackle with baited
lines in the water will automatically have their membership withdrawn.
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