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AGM went smoothly and well, the Committee has a few changes to this year by Fred standing aside to let someone else take his workload while he still stays on in an Honorary position as club President and continue his fundraising tasks. Mr Andy Farrell takes up the Chairman's role stating he will continue to support the clubs mantra for supporting the Disabled foremost. Mr Mike Waite has taken the Match Organiser role and hopefully continue in Derek's footsteps in keeping an array of Matches for the Members. membership fees need to be paid before you can take part in the Clubs activities, please be advised the end of April is the cut off point after that we will be asking for the £10 rejoining fee. A Big thank you to thise who turned up to Support your club and vote on what matters and for your committee members to run the club on your behalf.
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Members the Work Party was covered by the usual Members and big thanks to those who turned up as you achieved far more than we expected to get done. The Next work Party will be soon after the next Match date in April 28th alt Date if Raining 5th May.
A work Party to clean and clear out the shed will be needed all those who wish to help please see Paul or Sue down the clubhouse, Volunteers will be needed to paint.
Those willing to give up some time to support your clubs waters will be gratefully received, the Usual Bacon roll and Tea/Coffee or cold refreshments for those who take part. we don't expect miracles just a small amount what ever you can manage as every little bit counts and less for others to do. if you can let the Club Bailiff know by clicking here
We wish to thank all those who supported the Project on the Lakes the addition of fish predation islands and Marginal Islands have made a big difference to our lakes adding oxygenating plants on coir matting that will provide a haven for fish cover and bug life to thrive, A web page will be added ASAP.
big thanks to Paul Bailiff and Sue the associate rep for moving and installing the left over coir matting in the margins adding plant life to the margins between pegs.
A big thank you to the Team from the Environment Agency who netted the lake for a fish stock many thanks for all those who assisted in this making the whole process safe and secure for our stock.
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Meet the Management Team for Horizon
Andy Has shown great promise and Loyalty towards the club and its Mantra and vows to keep and support the club ideals and what it stands for.
Richard was voted onto the committee in late summer 2015, and brings great knowledge and calming to the table
Dave Was voted on the committee April 2015 as club Secretary and has worked hard to move up to the treasurer position and has proved himself worthy of such a trusted position.
Jane has been a member for a while now and has helped the club behind the scenes and is going to be a great asset to the Club and its members .
Mike has been part of the Team for the past year along with Derek and john and now taken the role over.
Dom joined Horizon in 2016 and stepped up to take over the Head Bailiff Job in 2017 due to his vast experience and Bio-Security Management skills and over see's the work on our lakes with Paul
Associate Members Representative
Sue joined the committee back in 2015 and as a keen helper sue is not only respected member but an asset not only to the committee but the members alike approachable and caring. Sue takes her job seriously.
Paul Joined with his wife sue and has demonstrated his experience and compassion as an angler and his position on fish care has impressed the committee in 2017 that they offered Paul the job of club Bailiff and has overseen the work parties on our lakes ever since.
Fred has been a valuable member of Horizon Team and has now stepped aside to let someone else take the Rains of the club, and staying on the committee in an advisory role and continue to source funds for our association.
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
Left till Meeting 06
6th Match at Havant 12th May
7th Match at Hambrook 14th May
8th Match at 21st May at Three Oaks
Tuesday 30th April Choller Farm Trip now full
Please get use to Dipping your nets, slings and mats before fishing basic prevention all anglers should be doing. In the event of no Dipping Tanks all nets and Gear should be Completely dry not damp before fishing commences to aid Bio-Security measures.
This year, due to a fewer number of Associate Members who fish Match Meetings, we will run one course Match Meeting Competition League which will be open to all members whether Full or Associate. There will be a new Havant Lakes Cup which, we feel, will be advantage to all members who can only make it to weekend match meetings.
Any fish deemed to small to weigh individually, will now be counted as one ounce. A small wet Cotton bag with a handle can easily be used to weigh a small fish safely before being returned to the water unharmed. (1st one provided by the club please Ask Dave or Sue for one if lost you will need to replace it as the use of Plastic bags are now banned by Hambrook and HorizonDAC)
To help prevent the transfer of disease between waters, please remember to completely Dry or if possible dip your Nets, Mats and Slings before going to your next session
Please follow any instruction given by on-site Bailiffs and match organisers and remember to take all litter home with you after fishing.
Any Questions, Let the Match Team know using the form below.
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