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Members Please Support your Club by helping out at the work party on the 9th Oct at Havant Lakes, will start from 09:00 - 16:00 anyone willing to help for an hour or more clear our existing lake clearing more Lillie's and debris from the lake and trimming up swims so less work to do over the winter months. you all use the facilities so wont hurt helping to keep it clean and tidy. Please let Grant or Paul Parkin know you are interested. on our facebook page or email us by clicking HERE
Well done to Richard Newnham for winning the £20 meat/food voucher ticket number 452 in the August Raffle================================================================================================
To All Members
The five members who attended Round 25 at Smith’s Pond on Wednesday were greeted by an unwelcome surprise as Bailiff Ted advised us that a layer of green scummy algae pretty well covering the entire pond had appeared in the last 24 hours. It was certainly not pleasing on the eye, but we had all made the journey up the busy M27 and were determined to get some fishing in, although at times it was a bit like trying to fish through a hole in an ice flow!
Undaunted, we fished on in testing conditions but I am glad to report that everyone caught although it was mostly small silvers, with a few small bonus tench and a few lovely little scrappy crucians. John had the best fish of the day a good tench at 1 lb and Derek lost a decent fish, probably a tench which took off to the right, towards Graham’s swim and taking lots of elastic before everything flew back as the fish shed the small hook.
This was the last of our six scheduled visits to Smith’s Pond that Eastleigh Angling Club have allowed us again this year and I hope we can continue this arrangement in 2017 as , despite the sometimes arduous trip to get there, we have had some good fishing at this pleasant, tucked away water. So a big Thank You to the Eastleigh Club for continuing to support our Horizon Club.Smith’s Pond Results Full Members: 1st Derek with 3 lbs 6ozs (12 pts), 2nd John with 2 lbs 2 ozs (7 pts), 3rd Tony with 2 lbs 0 ozs (4 pts) Associates: 1st Paul with 3 lbs 0 ozs and 12 pts, 2nd Graham with 2 lbs 14 ozs and 7 pts LEAGUE STANDINGS: With 3 match/meetings remaining, Derek (99 points) opens up a bit of a gap on Colin (82 points) and Dave in third spot on 57 points. In the Associates section Graham (140 points) has closed the gap on leader Denis (147 points) with Paul on 97 points in third place. With a maximum of 36 points available over the next 3 events it looks like top honours will go to Colin or Derek and Denis or Graham but it is still too close to call at this stage. In the Total Weight tables Colin (65 lbs leads from Derek (43 lbs) with Tony now in 3rd spot (26 lbs). In the Associates section Paul (75 lbs) leads from Graham (60 lbs) and Denis (57 lbs).
We move on to THREE OAKS on WEDNESDAY 5th OCTOBER for the NEXT MATCH/MEETING (Round 26)
Hope to see you all there
Good Luck and Tight Lines
Match Organiser Horizon Angling Club for the DisabledFunny story......Does this remind you of anyone we know? An rural doctor who really enjoys his fishing and is famed for his catches of big fish was out fishing again when he got a call from a farmer in the next village saying that his wife was about to give birth. The doctor packed away his fishing gear and said he’d be straight over. After a short while the doctor successfully delivered the baby. As the farmer had no scales to weigh the new arrival so the doctor said “Don’t worry, I can use my fishing scales” after which he proudly declared “It’s a boy and 21 lbs 14 ozs!” Sounds like Colin’s scales!.....no offence Colin ================================================================================================
The next October 9th is a Work Party for our private Lakes Any members who wish to show an interest in helping out please drop the Bailiff or Secretary a line by clicking on the name, so we can get some idea of numbers beforehand. Bacon Rolls and Tea/Coffee provided so please support your club by helping out everyone can do something even if it is just support To be confirmed
Members We need your Assistance Please Add your name to the List to help the EA with clearing the new Lake and creating new platform Swims for the new Pegs inform Grant, Paul or Dave so we get an idea of numbers it will be Weekends.
Members Please Note that Hambrook is now Fishable 7 days a week remember to take your new membership cards with you for Terry to see And sign the new Login Book for EA use before Fishing and Dip your Nets, Sling and Landing Mats.
Match Results and Infomation
To all Members
Left till Meeting 26 to be Held at Three Oaks, top car park before fishing Please
Meet at the top car park from 09:30-15:30 Please to get a members head count and possible peg/swim selection do not forget to Dry your nets before fishing basic prevention all anglers should be doing
Please remember all litter to be taken home with you Please and follow any instructions given by the on site Bailiff/Match organiser
more info!!! ask Derek using the form below.
Any questions, let Derek know.
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Coarse Match Fishing Organiser Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled
Meet the team behind Horizon Angling for the Disabled, empowering the disabled to take part in angling.
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Who We Are
HorizonAngling Club for the Disabled is a Registered Charity that is involved in many aspects of fishing for the disabled angler and abled bodied angler alike, in addition the club is also involved in many aspects of Coarse fishing, Fly fishing and Sea angling. The club runs matches throughout the summer Months for top weight and best specimens in a friendly manner. We meet every Thursday between 16:30pm and 19:30pm (winter Months vary) at our modest club house, Unit 11/12 Bastion 3, Scott Road Hilsea, Portsmouth PO3 5JH. We have our own Private Lakes that hold a good head of large Carp, bream and Tench, The club holds exchange tickets with several local course fishing clubs. The club also organizes a "Try Fly Fishing" day as well as organizing sea angling from the local pier and from local wheelchair accessible charter boat at a reduced cost to our members Pop down and enjoy a chat or a drink everyone is welcome.
Get in touch with us, inquire about our membership or any other questions you may have. Please allow 24 - 48 hours for a reply.