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COMPULSORY USE OF DIP TANKS
EVERY MEMBER MUST FULLY SUBMERGE AND COVER EVERY PART OF THEIR
NETS, SLINGS, AND CRADLES / HIGH SIDED MATS
THIS INCLUDES THE SIDES AND TOPS OF THE CRADLES,
IN THE DIP TANK SOLUTION BEFORE TAKING TO THE LAKESIDE.

FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN EXPULSION!

IF ANY OF THE ABOVE EQUIPMENT HAS LEFT THE QUARRY LANE COMPLEX
IT MUST BE RE-DIPPED ON YOUR RETURN.
YOU ARE ADVISED TO WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER DIPPING.
YOU ARE ADVISED TO USE GLOVES
IF YOU SUFFER FROM SKIN CONDITIONS.

BY ORDER OF THE CDAS COMMITTEE.

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

Members are advised that due to the fact that several fish have been caught recently with one or more rigs in them,
the Society’s Bailiffs have been asked to undertake examination of members rigs at the bankside.
Please check your rigs carefully and if asked to show them to one of our Bailiffs, please comply with their request.
This course of action is clearly necessary to avoid more of our prized fish stocks suffering
as a result of poor rigs and your co-operation is greatly appreciated.

CARP TEACH-IN

Carp Teach In Socials Some of you may already have heard that the club
will be organising a couple of Carp Teach-In social days. Currently two dates have been earmarked,
being Saturday 5th October and Wednesday 9th October with an 8am meet up by the containers
in the top car park for a hot drink and time for an initial opportunity to ask any questions you may have.
You are invited to bring along your own tackle and rods as the main bank of Quarry will be closed to other members for the duration of the teach-in
so that there will be ample opportunity for some live demonstrations
and for attendees to put into practice everything that will be covered.
These teach-in sessions will be aimed primarily at new or inexperienced anglers
but anyone who feels they would benefit are also very welcome.
If you are already an experienced carp angler then these days are probably not for you
but if you are looking to focus on the larger carp for the first time or are still a relative novice
then you will hopefully gain some useful pointers to enhance your future enjoyment at the complex.
The teach-in days will be hosted by myself (Kev White) and by brother Rob
and It is intended that during the course of the day the following areas will be covered:-

Rigs
Watercraft
How to treat wounds
How to weigh catches accurately and safely
How to hold larger fish and return them to the water safely

Question and answer time

To enable us to gauge interest in these events,
it would be good if members who think they will wish to attend
could email me at
cdascarpteach@yahoo.com
with the date that suits them best.

Kevin White CDAS Committee Member

Saving Swims

It is an increasing problem on site that members are reserving swims for their friends
which is a clear breach of Bylaw 16 in your Membership Book.
Please desist from blocking swims which you are not personally using,
to enable all members to have the same opportunity to fish in their preferred swim if it is not already occupied.
The Societies bailiffs have been asked to be vigilant in overseeing that this request is observed by everyone
to ensure a fully democratic and fair process exists for all.
Advance thanks for your kind attention to this request.

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