About Pulborough Angling Society
Pulborough Angling Society, established in 1919, are one of the most forward looking and progressive angling clubs in the South of England.
Whilst some other clubs have been giving up waters and recording a drop in their membership numbers, Pulborough Angling Society has been steadily growing, the credit for this must be attributed not only to our management committee, all of whom are active anglers covering a multitude of disciplines, but also to our membership who care about their waters and their fishing.
The knowledge that the Societies Officers and Committee
members hold, means they are fully aware of the requirements of their fellow
anglers and can therefore work proactively towards ensuring that our fisheries provide the quality of fishing that
our members have come to expect.
Our rivers offer some incredible sport, recent seasons have witnessed Bream to over 7lbs & Roach to over 2lbs, combined bags have been averaging 35lb+ with red letter days producing bags of Bream to over 100lbs.
The requirements of anglers of all disciplines is the same - we all want waters capable of yielding a good bag of fish, Pulborough Angling Society provides this not only with our very own 80 peg, six lake/pond complex at Goose Green near Ashington, West Sussex, but with over seven miles of fishing on the Rivers Arun, Adur & Rother and fishing on three local ponds in Storrington & Pulborough, we have something to offer anglers of all abilities and specialities.
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