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About M.V.A.S.

M.V.A.S. has a wide variety of waters in the Maidstone area to cater for most types of fishing, from specimen hunting for huge carp, to small ponds and many miles of the River Medway. If you are not catching, or need advice on how to tackle a new water then just get in touch on the forums.

Club News

Latest club news.

  • Mote Park Grant Approved Club member Andy Willmore has been working with the EA to secure a significant grant to improve the habitat for fish and wildlife at Mote Park. Most of the money will be spent...

  • Danger from Falling Trees! In recent weeks we have had two instances of willows at Spider Hall falling in high winds. On one occasion an anglers barrow was damaged but it could easily have been much w...

  • Juniors Day 2017 Maidstone Victory Angling Society, supported by local tackle dealers West Malling Angling, Nick’s Tackle, Range Baits, Shop4tackle and D&A Angling, hosted a very enjoyable a...

Waters

M.V.A.S. has a wide variety of waters in the Maidstone area to cater for most types of fishing, from specimen hunting for huge carp, to small ponds, to many miles of the River Medway

Photos

Photos of captured from M.V.A.S. members. If you have a photo to share, click the button below to submit it for the gallery.

Notices

IF ANYBODY IS INTRESTED IN BECOMING A BAILIFF PLEASE CONTACT R BUSBY ON busby484@btinternet.com...

We have stocked chub and barbel into the Medway at Barming. These have been marked with a blue dye spot on the underside. Members, pleased record the capture of marked fish from Barming HERE NON Members please record your capture HERE...

Wherever you go fishing, please respect the countryside and leave no litter. Glass bottles and cans are banned on all club waters, so remember to empty your bait into a plastic container or bag before leaving home, and TAKE IT AWAY with you afterwards...

These are an increasing issue on many waters and the club are participating in a study to assess their impact. All mitten crabs and Signal crayfish caught should be destroyed and reported using the following form HERE....

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