Membership applications for the 2018-19 season open 1st April 2018
Full Members must live within an 8 mile radius of Newark (see map below) and are entitled to participate in the running of the Federation in accordance with the constitution.
Associate Members, living more than 8 miles from Newark as defined on this site, may not attend the AGM nor hold any office nor take part in the administration of the Federation. Associate Members are, however, permitted to take part in matches held for members of the Federation.
Membership is on a annual basis and runs from April 1st to March 31st.
Fees for the 2018-19 season are as follows:
Day tickets where applicable: £5 per rod
Guest tickets are available for Sheldons, East Stoke, Crankley and Winthorpe on a "one member/one guest" basis - cost £5 per rod. br>
These tickets must be obtained in advance from Future Fishing. Current membership card (Full or Associate) will need to be produced when purchasing.
Guest night fishing tickets are available for Winthorpe ONLY at an additional cost of £5 per night.
Anglers on guest tickets must, at all times, be accompanied by the sponsoring Member who will be held fully responsible for the behaviour of their guest.
Federation Membership fees for the 2018-19 season
|2018-19||Full Membership (living within 8 miles of Newark)||Associate Membership (living outside 8 miles of Newark)|
|Age at application (on or after 1 April)||Joining year||Renewal year||Joining year||Renewal year|
|65 years or older||£35.00||£10.00||£45.00||£45.00|
|18 to 64 years||£35.00||£30.00|
|Under 18 years||Free||Free||Free||Free|
|Please note: Under 14 year olds must be accompanied by an adult at all times|
Applications for membership or renewal can be made On-line or by Post from 1st April.
Postal applications, which must include a stamped addressed envelope, to Phil Hall (Treasurer) at the following address:
5 Rowan Way, Newark, Notts, NG24 3AU (ABSOLUTELY NO CALLERS)
Cheques should be made payable to Newark and District Piscatorial Federation.
Access to fisheriesSome venues are gated and secured with combination locks. Combination numbers, which change periodically, are sent out with season tickets and can also be obtained from the various Committee members and bailiffs.