Pulborough AS Report – 10 February 2008

Following our AGM on the evening of the 1st February 2008, the membership ratified the committees decision not to increase our subscription fees for the second consecutive year, therefore our 2008/2009 membership fees remain at:

OAP & Disabled – £38
Husband/Wife – £80
Senior – £70
Family – £90
Junior – £22

Memberships for the 2008/2009 season will be available from Mid March 2008.

Also at the AGM, Dave Laker, a long standing member of the Committee stepped down after many years service, the Officers & Committee of the Society, would like to thank Dave for his service to the Society.

The AGM also proposed and seconded the granting of three ten year honorary memberships for Les Taylor, Tony Olliver and Mark Emery in recognition of their services to the Society.     

 
 
Catch Reports 

Goose Green   

Mark West fished a short session on Peg 27 on Canada Lake at Goose Green on the 10th February, Mark tells us that the fishing was hard due to a frost, but h did manage to tempt a 11lb ghost carp using sweetcorn as bait, fishing tight against the reeds with his pole.
 
Moor Farm  
 
 Moor farm closed until 1st March 2008.

River Arun       

 No reports received this week   

River Adur
No reports received this week   

River Rother 

No reports received this week

Fishery News – Goose Green

We are pleased to announce that Deep Lake at Goose Green will be open to anglers as of the 19th January 2008, work still remains to be done on and around the lake and we ask for your patience whilst it is completed, our thanks go out to the members who have worked on the lake and made it possible to open it a full, two and half months ahead of schedule.

Saturday the 26th January will see a large consignment (300+) of trees that need planting around Deep Lake and the surrounding area, if you can help with planting, and we will need some help, as we intend to plant the entire consignment in one day, then please contact Chairman Bob or Mark Emery, to let them know you will be able to assist, the more people we have to assist the sooner we can get the job completed, please wear suitable footwear and if possible bring a small spade, as we have limited tools available on site.

There has been some confusion in identifying the new ponds created between the main road and the Tench pond at Goose Green, It has therefore been decided by the committee to rename them as follows

Lake 2 / Bottom Lake, will now be called Heron Lake
Lake 3 / Middle Lake, will now be called Canada Lake
Lake 4 / Top Lake, will now be called Kingfisher Lake
These are all names reflecting birds associated with water that have been seen at Goose Green, the names of the other three lakes at the fishery Tench, New & Deep Lake remain unchanged. To help establish these names and to confirm the existing names of the other three lakes (Tench, New and Deep), purpose made name boards will be erected by the side of each lake showing it’s name

 

Fishery News – Moor Farm

Please note that our Moor Farm Fishery will be closed from Monday 14th January 2008 and will re-open Saturday 1st March 2008. This is to give the fishery a rest and to enable any necessary work to be carried out.
 
Junior Scene
 
No reports this week

 
Match Results  
 
No Matches until the new season.