News From Pulborough Angling Society
Latest news, notices and announcements from Pulborough Angling Society, to send us your news items, catch reports or items of interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/pulboroughanglingsociety.
|6 November 2018|
Following last evenings committee meeting, we are pleased to announce the winner of our logo competition that we launched earlier this year, where we asked you to redesign our logo with next years centenary in mind.
The winning entry comes from Paul & David Hazeldine and will be incorporated into our website, Facebook page, membership cards etc in time for our centenary membership year in 2019.
Thanks to all who entered.
|13 October 2018|
Good turn out for today’s work party , many thanks to Ant, Dudley, Allan, Mick,Terry, Barry , Paul,Lewis, Martin and Eddie for the hard work put in on Canada and Heron .
|22 September 2018 - Thank You|
My personal thanks to Ant , Allan, Dudley, Terry and Paul who despite
today's work party being cancelled, turned out anyway in the peeing rain to
help maintain your fishery, only giving up when the rain became too heavy to
Pegs 5 & 8 have been repaired and a leaning tree removed.
|5 September 2018 - Keepnets|
Keepnets may once again be used at Goose Green, please ensure you are conversant with the rules concerning their use, see your rule book for details.
|26 August 2018 - Road Closure|
|Members are advised that on Sunday 23rd September the main Ashington to Adversane road (Think it's the B2133) will be closed due to the Velo South bicycle race.|
|21 July 2018 - Batchelor Cup|
We have noted that the Batchelor Cup is on the fixture list for 22 July and 16th December, our mistake, the match in December will be run as a regular club match with no trophy.
|9 July 2018 - BBQ's|
|We have been advised that some members are lighting BBQ's at our fisheries, may we respectfully ask you not to light or use any open/naked flame during these current dry conditions, it only takes one spark to light the tinder dry ground and possibly cause a major incident.|
|1 July 2018 - Keepnets|
Due to the prolonged period of hot, humid weather and
subsequent reduced Do2 levels, we have taken the decision to
temporarily ban the use of keepnets/carp sacks on all club lakes & ponds,
keepnets may still used in bona fide club matches as detailed on the fixture
list, if it's not on the
Fixture List, the answer is "no".
The situation will be monitored over the coming days/weeks and addressed accordingly.
Thank you for your understanding
Mark Emery (Spike)
Goose Green Fishery Manager
|23 June 2018 - Goose Green Work Party|
My personal thanks to everyone who turned out to help at Goose Green today,
|9 June 2018 - Swims|
Once again we have found evidence and received witness reports of people
creating new swims, cutting and trashing reed beds and fishing where they
feel they should.
|9 June 2018 - Work Parties|
Our thanks to everyone who attended our two work parties today, Paul Hazeldine & Paul Holden up the river and Ant, Eddie, Dudley, Allan, Sandy & Barry R up at Goose Green.
|20th May 2018 - Geoff Patrick|
is with great sadness that we advise members of the passing of Geoff
|19th May 2018 - Work Party Thanks & Unauthorised Cutting Of Reed Beds|
My thanks to everyone who turned out today for the work party at Goose
Sandy, Eddie, Grahame, Dudley, Allan, Barry R, Martin & Lewis.
Lots achieved again by so few.
We would like to thank the individual(s) who decided that 80 pegs at Goose
Green were just not good enough for them and decided to cut two new pegs in
the reed bed between Peg 79 & 80 on Deep Lake.
A small and dedicated band of volunteers work really hard to keep the fishery maintained and we will not allow a few idiots to ruin it because they think they know better.
|18th May 2018 - Wafters|
|Further to our recent post regarding members concerns over the hook baits known as Wafters and following information received and verified with a manufacturer of these baits, it has been confirmed that Wafters, including those marketed and labelled as Pellet Wafters are in fact boilies, and therefore under our no boilie rule these baits are banned with immediate effect.|
|12th May 2018 - Big Perch|
Cracking Perch of 3-13-0 caught by Tim from Heron pond at Goose Green this week, in Tim's own words "I was so made up that I nearly packed up and went to the pub!"
Click on photo for a larger image size (opens in new window).
|11th May 2018 - Mill Pond / Goose Green|
|We remind all members that Storrington Mill Pond has a statutory close season and therefore no fishing is allowed until June 16th, If you see anyone fishing there before that date phone the EA, the number is on the back of your licence. We also do not issue day tickets for this water, it is not open to the public and is strictly members only, anyone found fishing illegally will be reported to the Environment Agency.|
|We remind members that fishing is only allowed from the prepared and numbered pegs at Goose Green per our rules which we suggest you read, fishing from the dam between Canada and Kingfisher is not permitted and anyone found doing this will be told to move. If members see anyone breaking our rules then please contact a bailiff or committee member immediately not days after the event, contact details are in your membership book.|
|9th May 2018 - Goose Green Work Party|
My thanks to Barry R, Allan, Dudley, Terry, Sandy, Ollie and Steve for their
hard work at today's work party at Goose Green, so much done by so few in a
very short time.
|1st May 2018 - Goose Green Work Party - Rearranged from 2nd May|
|A work party has been arranged at Goose Green for Wednesday 9th May starting at 09:30, tasks are to give the fishery a general tidy up after a long wet winter, start the lily cutting and removal of Willow saplings from around a few swims.|
|19th April 2018 - Goose Green Work Party ** CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER **|
|A work party has been arranged at Goose Green for Wednesday 2nd May starting at 09:30, tasks are to give the fishery a general tidy up after a long wet winter, start the lily cutting and removal of Willow saplings from around a few swims.|
|10th April 2018 - Duncans Pond Work Party|
|A work party has been arranged at Duncans Pond for Saturday 28th April starting at 9am, Head Bailiff Paul Hazeldine in charge, please bring gloves, wellies and wear old clothing, the fishery will be closed for a few hours so the work can take place unhinded.|
|1st April 2018 - Logo Competition|
Next year sees us celebrate our centenary year and to mark the occasion we thought it would be fitting to run a small competition to celebrate 100 years of Pulborough Angling Society and that's where you come in.
The competition we have thought of is to redesign and update our logo, so if you wish to enter all you have to do is design a new logo for the Society, but it must incorporate our centenary of 1919 - 2019, the winning logo will be used on all club paperwork, membership cards, website, Facebook page etc, so ideally we are looking for something that can be used as a website banner, Facebook profile image and a simple logo for cards and paperwork, it also needs to stay relevant beyond 2019.
This competition starts as soon as
this post has been published and closes on 31st July 2018, any entries
received after this date will not be considered, the competition is open to
all and the lucky winner will win a years free membership to Pulborough AS,
as well as seeing their design used for all official club business, there is
no cash alternative to the prize, our word is final & no communications or
correspondence will be entered into. Please DO NOT post your entry on
our Facebook page, if you do it will be deleted, all entries must be sent to
the email address as below.
|16th March 2018 - Membership Subs|
We are accepting membership applications for the 2018/2019 season,
membership is open to all, please see the
Join Pulborough AS page for details, please
also be aware of the new membership form which has been designed to comply
with the new GDPR regulations.
|7th February 2018 - Work Parties|
I am in the process of planning a couple of work parties
for the near future that will concentrate on repairing and rebuilding some
of the swims at Goose Green that have seen better days
As i still have limited mobility and cannot physically get to all of the swims to ascertain what materials are required, i need someone to make a list of the swims that need attention and materials that would be needed to repair/rebuild them ie, timber, hardcore (im already working on obtaining some broken brick), fixtures & fittings ie, nails, coach screws, brackets etc that we need to do the job, i don't want to do a half arsed job, when we do it, we are going to do it properly, so the swims last for a long time, therefore im looking for someone who can make an informed decision.
If you are able to help either by working out the materials needed and/or by helping us with hardcore/timber either by donation to the club or at "mates rates" then please get in touch with me.
We only need one person to work out what materials are needed, please don't just go and do it before speaking with me as i don't want to end up with people duplicating work.
My details are as follows
T: 07910 319485
or you can message me through the club facebook page.
Thanks in advance
Mark Emery (Spike) - Fishery Manager
|22nd January 2018 - Fishery Closure|
*** Fishery Closure ***
Goose Green will be closed in its entirety on Tuesday 6th February 2018 for survey work that is being undertaken by the Environment Agency.
|2nd December 2017 - Work Party|
Thank you to those who turned out on this cold December morning for the work
party at Goose Green namely;
Dudley, Sandy, Allan, Eddie and Barry R now known at the Piscatorial Assassin.
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