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Notes and Actions from the NWW consultative forum from the 27th Oct 2018 at Nene House Kettering.


Nene Welland and Witham Angling Consultative














Minutes/Actions from meeting held on 26th October

Regional and National Angling Trust update

Nenescape update

Cormorant issues


Angling Overview. The Canal & Rivers Trust

EA Catchment update and Enforcement report

Stillwater update

Club updates / issues

Forward Look






Jake Davoile

John Ellis


John and Seumas





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Please reserve the 8th Sep 2019 in your match diary, for the 2019 team event planned to be held on the Middle Level main drain in the heart of fenland.

This is our 50th anniversary in running this event which was first held in 1969.

Ray Malle and KLAA will be hosting the event, with more information on sections to follow.


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Miinutes and presentations from the consultative 1st Oct 2018


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Notes and Actions from the NWW consultative forum from the 27th Oct 2018 at Nene House Kettering.


Nene Welland and Witham Angling Consultative

 10.00 27th October at Nene House Kettering

10.00 Welcome/Introductions David

10.05 Minutes/Actions from meeting held on 9th June. David

10.15. Regional and National Angling Trust update. David. 

10.30. Nenescape update. David

10.45. Cormorant issues. All

11.00. Coffee

11.15. EA Catchment update and Enforcement report. Darren

11:45. Stillwater reports John/Seumas 

12.00. Club updates / issues All 

12.20. Forward Look All   

12.25. AOB All

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Please find attached the 2018 Survey report for the Great Ouse Relief Channel, produced by Justin Mould and team Brampton. 

Click the ‘download attachment’ link below to download this report as a PDF

Justin Mould

Fisheries Officer - A&R

East Anglia Area (Cambridgeshire & Bedfordshire and Essex, Norfolk & Suffolk)

Environment Agency, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE2 84NE

External Telephone: 02030251870, Internal Telephone: 51870



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72 anglers from 12 teams across the region fished yesterdays event, which was held on the Bedford Ouse.

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A Section Wittlington

B Section Wittlington

C Section Witlington

D Section Kempston

E Section Kempston

F Section Oakley

The winning wieght came from E Section at Kempston with local angler Alex Graham from Vauxhall AC catching 11.2kg of whip caught Dace.

Overall team winners were Maxtrix Image winning for the 2nd year in a row. 
















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Kind Regards Kelvin







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Please see the attached montly Water Situation Reports for East Anglia. 

See the attached download below for more specific information from the EA team.

For a wider UK picture see the following link

Contact details: 03708506506 Email





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Prolonged dry weather can affect fish stocks and the fisheries they support. Where water levels fall, low dissolved oxygen levels can put fish at risk, especially during warm weather and where there is a lot of weed growth. Fishery managers will be well aware of the risks affecting their waters, but we hope this advice will be a useful reminder.

See the attached download below for more specific information from the EA team.

Chris Middleton

Fisheries & Biodiversity Technical Officer

East Anglia Area

Environment Agency, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE28 4NE

External Tel: 02030251804, Internal Tel: 51804, Mobile: 07881 512038


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Please see the following press release from the Agency following the nasty polution incident on the upper Ouse near Brackley.

From: Area Manager Correspondence, East Anglia []
Sent: 05 July 2018 10:01
Cc: Jerrom, Kye <>
Subject: River Great Ouse Pollution Incident

Dear all, 

We wanted to provide an update on our response to the pollution incident on the River Great Ouse between Brackley and Milton Keynes.

What we are doing

10 Environment and Fisheries Officers have been out everyday recording evidence and collecting water samples to understand the environmental impact since Friday 29 June. Our incident room opened on Friday to oversee this activity which will continue for the foreseeable future.

Fisheries Officers were looking for evidence of fish mortality, impact on fish stocks and other evidence of environmental impact this will inform any appropriate mitigation and enforcement action.

Current situation

Our current observations suggest that the impact on the environment has reduced and is having less impact further downstream.  We believe that the pollutant has passed through Stony Stratford and into Milton Keynes with no immediate adverse impacts on aquatic life passed Thornton, Buckinghamshire.

It would appear that the pollutant has had a significant impact on aquatic life but we currently don’t believe there is a risk to humans or other animals (pets and livestock), however as a precaution we recommend that people stay out of the River Ouse and keep pets and livestock away from the river between Brackley and Milton Keynes until we have completed our investigation.  We would also advise anglers not to fish in sections of the river if there appears to be pollution eg dead fish or turbid water.

Next steps

Please continue to report anything unusual on the river downstream of Thornton where we have last recorded impacts.  If you become aware of odours, foaming or dead fish please call our Incident Hotline on 0800 80 70 60 – providing location details.

It is too early to tell exactly what damage has been caused but we know many fish have died and there has been an impact on invertebrates as well. We appreciate that people would like us to be able to give concrete time scales regarding the recovery of the river, but in reality it is simply not possible to say exactly how and when the river will recover. A river is a complex ecosystem made up of numerous species of plants, invertebrates and larger species. Different species recover at different rates. Some are likely to return relatively quickly whilst it may take years for other species to be back to recent levels.

We will continue to work after the incident to consider how we might support the river to recover from this pollution event and will be keen to work with anglers, landowners and other interested parties at that time.

Contact us

If you have any questions please can you direct them to our National Customer Contact Centre via or 03708 506 506 which will ensure your questions are tracked and responded to in a timely manner.

Follow us on Twitter @OusefishEA to stay up to date with Fisheries activity

Finally, we are happy for you to share the information included in this update with others. 

Yours sincerely,


Dr Charles Beardall 

East Anglia Area Manager

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Miinutes and presentations from the consultative 2nd July 2018

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