Kelvedon and District Angling Association

KDAA is a friendly angling club that provides some of the best uncrowded fishing in Essex.

Some of the Best Places to Fish in Essex

We have eleven still waters that are open all year round and fishing on stretches of the river Blackwater

Club Information

The KDAA established in 1947 caters for pleasure, specimen and match fishing.  With waters within eight mile radius of Kelvedon, in mid – Essex located between Chelmsford and Colchester. Accessible from the A12.

KDAA is a friendly angling club that provides some of the best uncrowded fishing in Essex.

We have eleven still waters that are open all year round and fishing on stetches of the river Blackwater

Night fishing is allowed on six of the still waters.

Adult subscription is £95 per annum with many concessions.

Please note that all our waters are member only waters and we do not issue day tickets. Members may purchase Guest tickets.

Membership now open for the new season

Please visit the Join KDAA page for information about the joining arrangements. Applications for the current season are still being accepted.

Latest News Announcements

URGENT – Restricted parking Silver End Pits rear carpark

URGENT NOTICE - Will members fishing Silver End Back Pit please avoid parking in front of the wire fencing just past the house nearest to our container in the rear car park. Croudace building staff will be using our track today, Monday and Tuesday of next week to gain...

Keepnet ban lifted apart from Seabrooks Reservoir

The recent keepnet ban has been lifted on all waters apart from Seabrooks Reservoir owing to the low water level on that venue. As members will be aware our Seabrooks landlord farmer has been extracting water again this year for crop irrigation. The club has been...

Seabrooks Reservoir closed 8 -10.30am 21st and 30th July

Apologies for the short notice but we have just been informed Seabrooks Reservoir will be closed for a Clay Pigeon Shooting events organised by our landlord on   Thursday 21st July 8 am to 10.30 am Saturday 30th July 8 am to 10.30 am   Can anglers fishing over night...