Membership of DM&DAA runs from June each year for a twelve month period, and is open
to anyone. For anglers wishing to fish at Wallington Hall, membership of the
club is subject to an approval process by the Club Committee and the owner of
Wallington Hall. Ordinary and Junior Membership for waters excluding Wallington Hall can
be obtained either by writing to the Secretary or
by purchasing a club book from the following fishing tackle shops:
- Howlett Fishing Tackle, 53 High Street, Downham Market, PE38 9HF; tel 01366 386067
- Denver Post Office & Stores, Denver; tel 01366 382373
- Anglers' Corner, Windsor Road, Kings Lynn; tel 01553 775852
- Emneth Angling Centre, 21 Gaultree Square, Emneth; tel 01945 589920
- Ches' Tackle and Bait, Unit One, Algores Square, Wisbech, PE13 2TQ; tel 01945 588410
Please read the Club Rules here.
2013/14 membership prices are:
Wallington Hall books £40
Ordinary Membership books
£35 (£30 concessions)Junior
Membership books £10." Junior"
is defined as under the age of 16 at the commencement of the current season, ie
June 16th. All Juniors under the age of 14
years old must hold a junior book and be accompanied at all times by a parent
or guardian. Juniors aged 14 and over must be accompanied by a senior book holder.
Juniors cannot fish at Wallington Hall unless accompanied by an adult
who is also a Wallington Hall member.
Books will only be sold to members in possession of a currrent EA Rod Licence.
Wallington Hall Books
To renew your Wallington Hall membership, you must attend one of the two club meetings held in May or June. Alternatively, please write to the Secretary and include
New or existing members can upgrade their Ordinary membership to a Wallington Hall book - please apply in writing to the Secretary, and your application
will be considered by the Committee at the next meeting. The Committee's
decision is final.
Ordinary & Junior Membership Books
These can be purchased from the
tackle shops listed above, or by applying in writing to the Secretary (please
include an SAE).
Members are reminded of their
responsibilitities to other members, the owners of our waters and the
environment. Club rules must be followed at all times. Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and anyone leaving
litter will lose their membership.