6. The use of prawn, shrimp, salmon roe, cheese, offal and bread as bait or any form of ground baiting is strictly forbidden for all species at all locations at all times.
7. The use or carrying of a gaff is prohibited on all Association water at all times.
8. Dogs must be kept strictly under control. Anglers must avoid damaging fences and crops and disturbing animals must approach the river or lake by recognised paths.
9. Access and fishing
9.1 When fishing in fenced off areas of river bank anglers shall note that all cutting of vegetation on these is areas is governed by a management agreement with Natural England. Anglers shall proceed within the fenced off areas by the most direct route from the access stiles and gates direct to the river. Where cut or marked paths exist these must be used as the only route to the river.
9.2 Anglers shall leave all gates – open or closed – just as they find them. If in doubt (e.g. if farm stock look likely to escape from a field) then close the gate.
9.3 Anglers, when fishing downstream, must commence fishing from the head of a pool and must move down the pool if other anglers are waiting to move in behind.
9.4 Anglers must obey Environment Agency Byelaws.
10. Members must attend at least three working parties in a year if called upon to do so or their permit may be forfeit.
11. Only a full member of the association can participate in the exchange system with other associations.
12. That any fishing upstream of Threlkeld Bridge to be fly only for trout – strictly no deliberate salmon fishing at any time and any salmon caught to be returned but notified in annual catch returns
13. Any person fishing worm in September and October is obliged to carry a disgorger.
14. Failure to return any exchange permit by the specified time may result in the suspension of the offending anglers K.A.A membership.
15. Monetary Gains
15.1 The use of Association waters in return for payment shall only be permitted by written agreement of the committee. The number of approvals will be strictly limited and will be subject to conditions of operation & use.
15.2 No more than two individuals at any one time shall be allowed to be tutored on the Association waters and each must hold a valid permit.