Welcome to St Ives Fish Preservation and Angling Society Home page
Click this link and watch this short video of the wonderful little market town of St Ives in Cambridgeshire on the river Great Ouse
St Ives Fish Preservation and Angling Society is a small friendly club
The clubs main objective is to promote good fellowship among anglers, and to provide genuine sport for its members by acquiring fishing rights from owners of private waters and occupiers of land adjoining the River Ouse, by protecting fish and restocking when necessary, by reporting evidence of pollution. by prosecuting cases of illegal fishing, netting, taking undersized fish.
The membership fee for the 2016/17 season, is £20 A Senior membership is £10 if you are 65+,you can gain access to 5 sections of the Great Ouse River with some excellent Bream and Roach fishing, see the membership tab for details. Day Tickets are available at a cost of £5. Junior membership is free up to the age of 16.
You MUST have a valid Annual, Senior or Day ticket before you go fishing, failure to obtain one will result in a Penalty Day ticket £10 obtained from one our Bailiffs. Our Head bailiff is Paul Keepin and can be supported by any member of the committee.
Check the Fish Catches photo page to see local River Ouse fish catches. A nice net of Bream caught in 2 hours from Dolphin meadow 26.1.16
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The club run regular Thursday (Daylight permitting) and Sunday club matches, details can be found here Club Key Dates The match results relevant to the current year, will be published weekly here Match Results
If we receive enough applications we run Junior competitions every year with cups and prizes, sponsored by local businesses, dates can be found here Junior Events
The local St Ives town website can be located here.
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