Welcome to the Petworth and Bognor Angling Club website
We offer a superb range of venues on the beautiful lakes, ponds and rivers of West Sussex. Our Exchange Ticket Scheme extends our total available waters for our members to well over 20 !
This website aims to provide all the information that you need to know about our waters, membership fees and the sort of angling that you will be able to enjoy with us.
Our most recent News Items and Updates can be seen below but please use the Navigation Menu above to access the rest of the site.
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News and Recent Updates
Venue Reports For October 2018
As we move into the time when bigger fish become our main quarry, be it a big Barbel, … Read More
Chris Humphry Memorial Trophy, 30 September 2018
The twelfth Chris Humphry Memorial Barbel Fish-in was held at the usual venue. Once again Lynnette Humphry was … Read More
Rother and Club Barbel Record Smashed
The previous biggest club and Rother Barbel came from Fittleworth in November 2014 and weighed in at a … Read More
Notice of AGM
Our AGM will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd November 2018 Venue: The White Swan Chichester Road … Read More
Warning To Members
We have received reports recently of a spate of vehicle break-ins around the Pulborough area including Fittleworth and … Read More
M Samson Cup
This match was fished with the Sportsmen Club so that we could take over the whole of Sumners … Read More
Lost At Coultershaw
A member has lost a Gardner green rod tip protector at Coultershaw on Tuesday 25th Sept. If anyone finds it please Contact Us and we will forward the info.
Parfrement Cup 2nd Leg
The second leg of the Parfrement Trophy was fished on yet another warm, dry, sunny day with little … Read More
Stanbridge View was the venue for the Committee, Bailiff and Ottaway ( for regular match men) Trophies. Some … Read More
If you have seen our latest set of fishery reports you will have read that all our waters … Read More