CHANGES TO OUR WATERS - Exeter Canal
The club has successfully negotiated this additional water into our new lease. The length of the canal, from the city basin lock gates to double locks. Anyone wishing to fish this stretch, must have a current club permit.
CHANGES TO OUR WATERS - River EXE
In addition to our course fishing rights, we now have 13 Salmon beats on the river Exe. These can only be fished during the open Salmon season. Anyone wishing to fish these beats will need to have a current club permit, available from any of our agencies. Plus an annual salmon ( £5 ) permit, available from the Head Bailiff, 4 Diamond Road, Exeter, EX2 8DN. Enclosing a passport sized signed photo, a photo copy of your membership ticket, a cheque and a stamped addressed envelope.
ATTENTION ANGLERS GOING TO FISH AT FENECK
Due to on going improvements to the access lane to Feneck ponds,
the lane is currently very wet and muddy. Extreme care should be taken,
even if you are using a 4 wheel drive vehicle.
Photos below of the fish stocked at Harpers today. C2 carp, lovely fish and a good size.
Here is our Junior Angler of the Year, Kyle
with the Royal Navy Friendship Shield.
The prizes are from the late Colin Warran.
With the new year approaching fast, many of you may want to apply now for 2020 night permits. Next years fishing permits have been in the agents for a while now, so when you have your 2020 permit, please send to the address in your handbook, 4 Diamond Road St Thomas Exeter EX2 8DN.
Enclose the usual stuff, and It will be returned a.s.a.p.
Please Note: Club officials and bailiffs only enforce club rules, do not blame them for doing so.
These rules are there for the benefit of all club members and you accept them when purchasing a membership.
Zac EDAA Committee Chairman
Fish stocking has taken place at Kia Ora. Over 70 carp. of various types, at an average weight of 3.5 lbs were introduced into the gold pond.
The John Carr Memorial Rose Bowl was presented this year to Roly . Who, In the opinion of the committee has contributed the most to the club over the last 12 months.
On Tuesday evening Sevi and Natty were presented with the Vranch House Junior cup and goodie bags
as a thank you from the club for all the hard work they put in
and continue to put in helping with open days and learn to fish evenings.
All prizes were donated by committee members. Many thanks guys!
250 skimmers and 125 crucians (1+ aged) introduced to Harpers on the 20th December 2017, 1st pond (the middle one).
All reared at the EA;s Calverton fish farm using rod licence money.
Scout day at Harpers Ponds
Two groups from the 1st Bishopsteignton scouts, spent a morning / afternoon at Harpers Ponds on Saturday 16th July 2017.
Learning to fish for silvers with a whip pole. Initial coaching was given by qualified club members,
followed by a few hours spent practising what had been learned.
Catches were mostly of roach & rudd, with occasional tench, crusian, or eel.
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