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Feb-Mar Newsletter can be found in Club News
22/02/2021
Dear Members,

In line with the latest announcement from the Government on the gradual easing of the lockdown situation, the Committee are delighted to be able to clarify their intention to reopen the complex on Monday 29th March 2021.

As is always the case when the government make any announcement on Covid related matters, it will undoubtedly be several days before the exact directive on everything will emerge. For that reason, at this juncture it is not possible to provide you with specific information on whether the reopening can include night fishing or remain restricted to daylight hours for a while longer.

The Committee will discuss matters in detail, along with their proposals for the close season this year, on 8th March and a further and more definitive post will then be published.

I am sure you will all be delighted to know that angling at the complex in some capacity now looks viable at the end of next month, but please do be patient for just a while longer while the Committee work through the logistics so that the lakes can reopen safely at what remains an uncertain time for the Country as a whole.

The Committee now invites any member who is unhappy with this decision to return their membership book and key(s) to the Secretary who will cancel their membership forthwith and refund the unused portion of the current season’s fees. Anyone taking up this option will be deemed to no longer be a member of CDAS and if they wish to rejoin at a future point in time will need to apply as a prospective new member and go on to the waiting list accordingly.

It is very much hoped that the majority of members will bear with the Committee over this extremely challenging time but for those who feel they cannot accept the decision being made, there is now an alternative option available for those who wish to take it.

It is hoped that this directive will now enable all members to decide whether to support the Committee and the decisions they make, or cease their membership now and lose the opportunity to utilise the complex again when things improve and general restrictions on everyday life are lifted not just for anglers but for everyone.


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Whether you are a pleasure, match or specimen angler,
the Club can offer you superb fishing, where you are able to park securely,
enjoy excellent fishing in wonderful surroundings and wildlife and who knows...
you may even catch a fish of a life time!

It would be a good time to familiarize yourselves
with the rules as we tend to forget some of them

THE DIP TANKS ARE IN USE AT
ALL TIMES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Bait Limit is 2kg
per 24 Hour Session

Barbless Hooks to be used on
Quarry, Long & Little long.

No 24 hour tickets will be available
for the foreseeable future.

Post code for the complex
PO19 8PB



ALL MEMBERS PLEASE NOTE,
After routinely reviewing cctv it is noticeable that
some members are still not dipping sufficiently.
The whole of the mat / cradle must be totally covered by the disinfectant solution.
Leaving the mat folded up inside the case and dipping the case
is not sufficient as you cannot guarantee the folded-up
equipment gets coated with solution.
Please ensure you take all parts of the mats cradles out of its cover bags
and dip them individually, thus ensuring all parts are covered.
IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO KEEP OUR FISH SAFE

THE BAIT LIMIT IS 2KG PER 24 HOUR SESSION

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watercourses and water impoundments in the Arun and Rother catchments.
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