On-Online NIGHT BOOKINGS Instructions
You can visit this website on your computer laptop or mobile device, or using with WDAA Wix app, click on “Book night session"
This will take you to a login page if you have already created a login, input your email address and password.
If you do not have an account please click Don't have an account?
Sign up and follow the instructions to set up an account, and then log in.
once logged in Click book here on the pool you want to night fish, then click on the date you want to fish,
you can book at three days in advance, and up to 6 pm on the day.
Once on the calendar page and you have selected the date you want, then click on the time,
(all sessions say 6pm, as this is the latest you can book on)
fill in your details as requested and click book it.
Only one 24 hour booking per angler is allowed, fishing is from the date you have booked at 12 noon to 12 noon the next day
you must not book for other people, multiple bookings for the same day using the same email address will be deleted.
Only one 24 hour session per angler is allowed within a 48 hour period an all pools, apart from
Marton Hole which has 48 hours sessions, if you are staying 48 hours please remember to book two nights.
These rules may be temporarily altered under extenuating circumstances.
Please see your permit for full rules of the water you are fishing.
ANY BOOKINGS THAT DO NOT HAVE A FULL NAME & MOBILE PHONE NUMBER
WILL BE DELETED!!! AND THE ACCOUNT WILL BE BLOCKED
once booked on you will receive an email confirming the booking, By Text if you provided a mobile number and by email.
You will also get a reminder before your session starts
If you are unable to select a date the pool is either already fully booked or no night fishing is available for that date.
Please check the booking Calendar on the bookings page for session availability.
To cancel a booking please log onto your account you can view reschedule or cancel your bookings from your account.
Remember to Carry your permit with you when Fishing.
Members who do not have their permit with them may be asked to leave the water.