Match Fishing

Why not join us and fish in one of our matches?

Check out our match fishing web page or view a list of our up and coming fixtures on our calendar.

All members wishing to take part should email the match secretary on 

Membership Appplication

New members wishing to apply for membership can download our application form in PDF format using the following link - application form

Please take a moment to read a copy of our bye-laws using the following link - bye-laws

WADAA contacts page.


Our Lakes

WelcomeThe Association has four lakes next to each other in Send. These lakes offer good fishing to all branches of angling... read more

Our Rivers

About UsThe Woking and District Angling Association controls most of the fishing of the river Wey from Old Woking to Ripley... read more

Welcome to Woking & District Angling Association

If you are looking to join a fishing club then the W.D.A.A. Could be just the ticket. Lots of water lots of fish, it just needs you to catch em.

The W.D.A.A is a traditional fishing club with a variation of waters, with both lakes or rivers to choose from. There are Carp over 40 lb and Catfish over 50 lb in our lakes and Barbel to 12 lb in our rivers. Our lakes boast secure parking and flush toilets on site. They are tree lined with individual swims, so you can shut yourself away and enjoy the peaceful surroundings whilst filling your net with fish.

Last Updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 16:48

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Club Records

Bottom PromotionCheck out our club record web pages, magnificent fish from our rivers and lakes including carp to over 40lb and catfish over 50lb...
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Join Today

Bottom PromotionIt's no secret that we control some of the best fishing in the area. so why not download our appliction form in PDF format and join today...
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Club News

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