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Wednesday May 22nd 2024

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS

NEWS LETTER

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Newsletter Winter 2023

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URGENT INFORMATION

COMPLEX CLOSED

Dear Members,

With spawning activity now being seen around the whole complex, the decision has now been made to close the complex completely.

The situation will be closely monitored by the Committee and a further post will advise you all when you can recommence, you’re fishing safely for our fish stocks.

The Committee extend its sincerest thanks to you all for your understanding and co-operation at this time.

14/05/2024

Dear Members,

 Petersfield and District Angling are inviting all junior members to attend an open event on Saturday 15th June 2024 at Nyewood ponds.

 Anyone who is interested to attend this event is invited to contact Andy Reed for further details.

 email to thepdac@gmail.com

 or following the link https://www.thepdac.co.uk/junior-open-pdac

Great news, day tickets for our club are now available to purchase locally.

NO 24 HOUR TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS PRESENT TIME.

There have been many enquiries about 24 hour guest tickets in recent weeks.

This has been discussed by the Committee, and with extremely high water levels already submerging some swims, there is a very real chance that it will be necessary to close off badly affected swims as Winter approaches.

Due to this probability, and to ensure all members can continue to find empty swims even at busy times, no 24 hour tickets will be available for the remainder of the current season.

Your understanding on the reason for this decision is greatly appreciated.

Dear Members,

Many of you will have seen the discussion on the Facebook page relating to the “magic twig ” product which has recently been extensively promoted.

With very mixed reviews thus far, the jury is currently out on the suitability of this item but for the time being a decision has been made to NOT allow members to use it anywhere on site.

Hopefully this will stop any member spending money on something which may end up being permanently excluded but that decision will be made in due course and broadcast on the usual platforms.

Dear Members,

Following a query from a member, the Committee wish to remind everyone that the sacking of fish is forbidden and only holding fish in a weigh sling with buoyancy aids, for the minimal amount of time required to get equipment ready for weighing and taking photos, is permitted. Landed fish should be returned to the water as outlined in bylaw 3:21.
The wording will be altered in the 2024/5 membership book to avoid any further ambiguity in this respect.

Wading is not permitted, the only exception being to safely land or release a fish after capture and only if its safe to do so. Margins can be dangerous.

Always ensure you have a safe footing if you need to enter the water and assistance if you feel it may be required.

Be aware you enter the water at your own risk.

CARP STOCKING NOV 2023

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This website aims to provide you with all the information you need to know about our waters,
membership, and the range of fishing you will be able to enjoy.
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.
Go to Venues above to learn more and who knows… you may even catch a fish of a life time!

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

Going fishing today in
Chichester?
Then check out the latest
weather forecast before you head off!

 

Arun & Rother Rivers Trust
Protect, conserve, and enhance the rivers, streams,
watercourses and water impoundments in the Arun and Rother catchments.
Work closely with all interested parties to highlight the need for proper water management.