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The Peterborough and District Angling Association (PDAA) founded in 1875 is a friendly fishing club that controls the fishing rights on the River Nene around Peterborough.

The extent of this coverage is from the village of Sutton  downstream to "The Dog-in-a-Doublet" sluice, where it meets the tidal Nene. Most areas of the River Nene cotrolled by the PDAA are clearly signed, and arrse available to be fished by members or visitors.

Although P&DAA leases from local landowners and Trusts some of the fishing, it does in fact own large areas of banks in it's own right.

The PDAA also controls The Gunwade and Overton lakes at Ferry Meadows, which in turn contain a large head of bream (up to 10lbs), (carp over 40lbs), pike (up to 30lbs), and zander (up to 14lbs), plus all the other species, found in The Nene.

The River Nene contains a variety of species fish including, barbel, bleak, bream, carp, chub, dace, eel, gudgeon, roach, rudd, perch, pike, tench, and zander, with some large specimens of most species.

Everyone is welcome with both Day and Annual Membership available.

Please direct all queries to:

Jon Means (Head Bailiff)

Peterborough.

Tel: 07984 520598

Telephone: 01733 380768

email:  jonathan.means@btinternet.com

Some of the earliest pictures of the PDAA show a distinct lack of equipment compared with the anglers of today.

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