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A Big thank you to Members who supported and attended the Club Dinner/ Trophy night Sat December 16th It was a Great night the meal was excellent along with the service given by the staff, the pictures will follow in the gallery once downloaded and assembled. the feedback the team received on the night and since was excellent on both the food and whole evening, we thank you all as it is the members who make the night and without you we would not have such an organisation.
We wish you all a Merry Christmas
And an even better New year see you all on the 11th January down the clubhouse.
Our thoughts go out to Our Members who are Incapacitated or Poorly to send them best wishes please visit this page as they will appreciate an email or two.click Me
A big thank you for all those who turned out to the Work Party Sunday 19th, it was a good turnout and nice to see the new members joining in and adding valuable input. Plenty of Hot tea/coffee and Hot Bacon rolls to keep those working happy, Sadly daves camera failed to store the photos correctly and were corrupted (shame as a few funny moments)but never mind theses things happen to us all. A big thank you to Charlie who traveled up by train to join us even though he was not a member yet.click Me
Next Work Party Date Winter TBA
If you have an Hour or more to spare then support your Club this winter by helping out clear some debris from the Lakes and banks leading to a safer more comfortable Angling experience, so rather than leave it to someone else come along and help out. The committee does not wish to make it mandatory within the rules as we would prefer it to be voluntary, so please don't leave it to someone else to do as they are our Lakes and need maintenance to be kept pristine and safe not only for us but the Disabled and Able alike who fish them, and would like to keep it that way.
Please let us know by using the "click Me" button below if you wish to attend as we supply Tea/Coffee or cold drinks if you prefer and Bacon Rolls to those who turn up, as every little helps keep it safe for others. click Me
Mr Fred Monck
Mr Richard Newnham
Mr Dave O'Donnell
Mr John Robinson
Mr Graham Titheridge
Mrs sue O'Donnell
Mr Dominic Haines
Mr Derek Wood
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.
To all Members
Until next season Meeting at TBA March
2018 Match Season Dates TBA
This year, due to a fewer number of Associate Members who fish match meetings, we will run one Coarse Match Meeting Competition League which will be open to all members whether Full or Associate. There will also be a new Havant Lakes Cup which, we feel, will be an advantage to members who can only make it to weekend match meetings.
For 2017, any fish deemed too small to weigh individually, will now be counted as one ounce (two ounces in 2015 and 2016). A small wet plastic bag with a handle can easily be used to weigh a small fish safely before being returned. Anyone needing digital weighing scales, Graham can supply these at a competitive price.
To help prevent the transfer of disease between waters, please remember to dip your nets, mats and slings in disinfectant tanks where provided, and to dry nets, mats and slings before going on your next session.
Please follow any instructions given by on-site Bailiffs and Match Organiser and remember to take all litter home after fishing.
more info!!! ask Derek using the form below.
Coarse Match Fishing Organiser Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled
Please ask as many Questions as you want so we know what you require.