Improvements to your angling environment at Coppice Pond. The aim is to complete fencing around the far side of the pond, creating enclosed areas to protect planting of new shrubs. When completed it should help prevent unnecessary access to the water in the areas where the vegetation has been trampled and stripped leaving naked banks. Access to pegs will be maintained. We need your help to complete this work. There are a few work party dates for Coppice Pond work parties over the next few months all Sundays. January 17th (This week) February 7th, February 28th, and 20th March. Planting Continue reading Can You Help?
If members want to get rid of some the Christmas excess, there is a work party at Coppice Pond on Sunday, January 3 from 9.30am. This is to put a fence around the far side to protect planting that will also be done next year. For more information, contact Charlie on 07954-781992 or just turn up on the day. Tools that may be handy to bring with you if you have them – spades, hammers, wire cutters, pliers, post driver, ground auger.
This years AGM will start at 8.00pm prompt on Tuesday 10th November 2015 at The Ryshworth Club, Crossflatts, Binlgley BD16 2HB All proposals must be submitted in writing to the club secretary by Saturday 31st October, along with details of the proposer and seconder. The meeting will be followed with a pie & peas supper 🙂
There will be a working party at Coppice Pond on this date to rectify problems with fish refuges, we will be meeting at 10am. Please get in touch. or just turn up if you can help out.
Members are reminded that the closing date for applications for this years trophy is October 31st, further details and application forms can be found here.
It would seem poaching is on the increase. See this article in the T&A from our friends just up the valley at Keighley Angling Club Very Fishy Activity http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/13507565.VERY_FISHY__Suspicious_riverbank_activity_suggests_an_increase_in_illegal_angling/seen/ Please be vigilant and help protect our waters and our fish stocks by reporting any suspicious activity “To help crack down on unlicensed fishing we urge anyone to report illegal activity by calling 0800 80 70 60.” Please bear in mind your own safety, we do not recommend tackling illegal anglers yourself.