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  A Premier UK Club

Founded in 1987

December 2023- Meon Springs

Following a very wet start the decision was made to hold the AGM first and then fish for the George Wilding Memorial Trophy. As the day progressed everyone’s rods were bending with a good average size fish . 

November 2023- Dever Springs

The weather at least was promising a wonderful day on our first visit to Dever Spring in sometime

October 2023- John O Gaunt

We returned to John O Gaunt for our annual Pairs Competition which we had to abandon last June due to to the weather.

October 2023- Chalk Springs Lakes

Nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park, on the edge of the picturesque market town of Arundel, West Sussex. We were blessed with beautiful autumnal sunshine and Bill pulled out a stunning rainbow to give him the biggest bag of the day!

September 2023- Holbury Lakes

a secluded, tranquil setting where the River Dun winds between the four lakes. Each lake has its own characteristics and offers great scope, and so the fly fishing is always exciting, whatever your experience. 

May 2023- Lakedown

A welcomed return to the beautiful, scenic venue Lakedown, in East Sussex. This time, Charles Jardine joined us as a guest to the club representing his charity (Fishing for schools) and the legendary Roger Daltrey made an appearance during lunch to chat have his photo taken with a few of us. 

April 2023- Rockbourne

One of the prettiest venues we go to, particularly stunning through the Spring months, and offers the ability to get away from other anglers in a way that isn’t possible at many venues  

March 2023- Manningford

A well maintained and stocked trout lake, set in an established scenic rural environment, rolling fields all round, the odd goose, a pair of swans...

February 2023- Albury Weston Lake

This was a new venue for the club, and we were somewhat apprehensive of what the fishing was going to be like. 

January 2023- Avon Springs

Gin clear in both main lake and smaller top lake, no fish moving on the top until mid-morning when there were many rises in the centre of the main lake

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