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This match which is the third leg of the Kirby Bott Cup will now be fished at Hurston Match Pond.
Draw is at 8:30am - fishing 9:30am - 3pm.
Although still above normal winter levels, conditions had improved enough at the weekend to make fishing the Rother possible once again for the first time in weeks. Well Stephen didn't just beat his Barbel PB, he smashed it with this 16lb 7oz beauty.
Rother Bailiff Mick Mills was on hand to witness and photograph the specimen.
Stephen's account of when he caught this superb specimen can be viewed HERE
ARRT will be hosting the event organised by the Arun and Westerns Streams Catchment Partnership this coming Thursday February 6th at the Lodge Hill Centre Watersfield.
Petworth and Bognor Angling Club will host a stand and angling presentation at the event. Angling Trust, RSPB, South Downs National Park, The Environment Agency and several other important organisations will be in attendance, all are committed to achieving improvements in our rivers and wetland environments.
If you would like to attend this event then please register at www.arrt.org.uk/events/
Accompanied by Hurston Pond Warden Trevor Horton they chose to fish the Match Pond which has had a significant number of new stock added recently. As expected the ponds were full to bursting so they were all interested to see how it would fish with all the fresh water flowing in.
To see how they got on please click HERE
Meanwhile, another of our keen river anglers Stephen Gray, has been reflecting on his catches from last summer when our rivers were running at very low levels. To read Stephen's report please click HERE
There is structural damage to the mill stream bridge at Coultershaw, for this reason we feel it necessary to close the mill pond until the damage has been repaired.
The club consider it unwise to fish the Arun or Rother until water levels drop and conditions improve.
This photo taken recently by Committee member Martin Cornish shows a flooded River Rother at Coultershaw. Martin also sent in some more photos of the floods on the Rother and a couple of the Arun which can be viewed HERE