Pulborough AS Report – 20 April 2008

We are now accepting memberships for the 2008/2009 season, please see the Membership page on our website www.pulboroughas.com for details on how to join  Pulborough AS.

We are pleased to advise that for the third year in succession, we have not had to increase our membership fees and unlike some clubs we do not impose a joining fee.

Catch Reports 

Goose Green   

Jon Taylor took a well deserved afternoon off work on the 17th April and made the most of it by fishing Kingfisher Lake at Goose Green, Jon who was fishing the short pole with 4mm pellet on the hook, caught Skimmers, Bream, Roach & Rudd
Moor Farm  
David & Ben fished the bottom lake at Moor Farm on the 19th April, David caught four nice Common Carp, the biggest being 3-8-0 and at least eight very good sized roach, the biggest of which went to just over 1lb and a couple of nice Rudd., Ben caught two nice Common Carp the largest being 4-8-0 and six good sized Roach, the best all topping the scales at just under the 1-0-0 mark, in addition Ben caught fifteen very good Rudd to 1-0-0.
Bradley Fuller-Smith fished the Middle Lake at Moor Farm on the 16 April, Bradley reports catching Carp of 10lb, 8lb and 6lb along with a number of smaller fish, while his father, who was also on the Middle Lake caught a single Mirror Carp of  18lb.

River Arun        


River Adur

River Rother 

Fishery News - Goose Green

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

Junior Scene

The Junior match team trials will take place over a two week period and held on Saturday 19th April and Saturday the 26th April 2008 at Goose Green, this is the ideal opportunity fro our younger members to get more involved with the Society, both events will be based on the emphasis of having fun, as usual the Training Team will be on hand to assist the youngsters should they need any help.

Match Results  
No Matches until the new season.