Christmas & New Year 2020

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23 December
Dec 23
23rd December 2020

If you can get your rods out over Christmas / New Year we will have bait for you.  Wishing you all the very best, thanks for all your support during 2020, here’s to 2021 🎉   ...

It's been great to see you

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9 July
Jul 9
9th July 2020

It's been great to see some many of our customers over the last few week, thank you for your support and patience during this transition to the "new normal"  Newton Abbot Fishing Association has offered it's members a breath of fresh air since re-opening it's waters a few weeks ago. Local anglers have jumped at the chance to get back on the bank, with a string of impressive catches being reported on NAFA waters. Island Pond has produced carp upwards of 28lb with a number of catches over the 20...

Fishing is back!

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18 May
May 18
18th May 2020

After two months away, NAFA was delighted to welcome members back into their waters this week. Reports of big catches have been flying in from everywhere, with Jay Jay Durdu’s 24lb Common Carp from Island Pond the pick of the bunch. Today has been another productive day, with Gary Webber netting 5 tench and a bream from the back waters of Island Pond and Steve Underhill landing a beauty of a carp which topped the scales at 24lb from the same area. Sam Palmer caught an equally impressive 30 car...

An update from all of us at Tackle Trader 🐟

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20 March
Mar 20
20th March 2020

Evening all. If anyone is looking for some good news in light of the corona crisis, then you will be pleased to hear that Tackle Trader remains OPEN for the time being. We last night sent out a message to all of our customers reassuring you that we would also be happy to bring products out to your cars if you would rather not come into the shop, and that deliveries are still going ahead as normal. As of this evening, nothing has changed. It’s also worth noting that despite the water levels being high on all of our NAFA waters that they are fishing very well. For the silvers anglers Bradley pond has thrown up some big weights (up to 30lb) in the matches with lots of Roach and Perch being ca...

Learn to Fish for Free - Sat 4th Aug

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24 July
Jul 24
24th July 2018

On Saturday 4th August Newton Abbot Fishing Association is holding its annual open day. This is aimed at youngsters who would like to experience fishing but do not really know how. You can go along to the Rackerhayes complex, behind Tesco Kingsteignton and have a free 20 minute session with a qualified angling coach to learn the basics - You don't need any equipment as everything will be provided. After this there will be lots of club members on hand to help the new anglers practice their...

Summer Fishing

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26 June
Jun 26
26th June 2018

Fishing for Newton Abbot Fishing Association's members has reached sky-high levels over the past few weeks following an upturn in temperature and spells of ideal weather conditions in the local area. Not only has this seen some impressive match results, but also some excellent specimen catches from some of NAFA's most prestigious waters, including Carp Angler Richard Hamlyn who bagged himself a 22lb Common Carp from Rackerhayes' Dores Pond. The annual Charity Open, Tackle Trader Two Day Open and Festival match all threw up impressive weights, including Phil Coles' haul of 9 tench and a carp for 23kg on the final day of the 3 day festival from Peg 10 on Island Pond, eventually seeing him ...

Spring - The start of things to come?

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10 April
Apr 10
10th April 2018

Things are finally looking up for Newton Abbot Fishing Association and it's members following a much needed upturn in air temperatures in recent weeks. With February and March's weather being dominated by blizzards, storms, rain and snow, it comes as no surprise that many local anglers spent little time on the bank throughout this bleak period. However, with air pressure dropping and temperatures gradually rising, the past fortnight has produced some of the most impressive catches and match results of 2018 so far. Harry Workman's net of six carp in a 24-hour session from Island Pond followed by Ashley Smith and Josh Critchall's brace of 26lb Carp from Dores pond earlier this week have ...

Winter's Here

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28 February
Feb 28
28th February 2018

With this week’s weather being the coldest of the winter so far, many would predict typically tough winter fishing conditions. However, results from the latest round of the annual NAFA Winter League showed how local fishing has excelled despite a much anticipated recent cold-snap. NAFA’s Wheel Pond produced the top weights on the day, with Jack Palmer emerging victorious, netting fourteen carp and two tench for a total weight of 66lb. Second was Sam Powell with 58lb - including one fish weighing 11lb alone - another hugely impressive weight given the recent cold weather conditions. Jamie Pearce and Gary Webber completed the top four weights on the day, weighing 56lb and 50lb respectively...

Win for Ions

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31 January
Jan 31
31st January 2018

The Christmas months are often the quietest ones on the angling front, but the same cannot be said for Newton Abbot Fishing Association and its members. Widespread reports of excellent catches and impressive match results have been recorded, with the club’s annual Christmas Open being won by Brendan Ions from peg 21 on Rackerhayes’ Wheel Pond with an impressive weight of 19kg 400g of mainly Carp caught on the long pole, the largest of an impressive string of weights from Wheel on the day. Bradley Pond was won convincingly by Gary Webber from peg 23 with 6kg 550g of large Skimmers fishing a groundbait feeder with pinkies on the hook.  Jack Palmer took the win on Wapperwell Pond with ...

Success for Joe

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12 December
Dec 12
12th December 2017

Members of Newton Abbot Fishing Association have enjoyed another week of fine success with local catches on the up as cold temperatures have finally settled in. Widespread reports of Carp and Bream bags have been witnessed over recent weeks, with none more notable than specimen Carp angler Lee Dore's haul of 5 double-figure Carp from Rackerhayes' Dores pond during a night session last weekend. Further, Jay Jay Durdu's net of 7 small Carp from Wheel pond in a short afternoon session last Friday failed to go unnoticed, a superb winter catch on the pole feeding 6mm pellets. Bailiff Mike Smith sacked 5 large Skimmers and 5 small Carp from Wapperwell last Sunday afternoon for a combined weight of...

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