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 !
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20 - 10 - 2016
Did you fish Coultershaw on 19th October
If you fished Coultershaw on 19th October you might wish to check your kit to see whether you are missing a rod and bag.
One of our members - Ryan Morris picked up a barbel rod and bag in the car park at Coultershaw.
If it is yours you can contact Ryan who lives in Chichester on 07905 983909 to identify and collect your gear.
Many thanks Ryan for picking it up and letting us know.
08 - 10 - 2016
Riverfly Partnership Newsletter
The Riverfly Partnership summer newsletter is now available to view/download HERE.
17 - 09 - 2016
Latest E-Mailer Now Available Online
Our latest e-letter issue No 8 with a round up of recent news and details of forthcoming events can be found HERE
07 - 09 - 2016
Depressed mussel survey Monday 12th September
On Monday 12th September there will be two people from AECOM surveying Watersfield for depressed river mussels,. they will be there at around low tide. There will be sampling the river bed in the margins and any mussels they find will be classified and returned to the river. We would ask that any anglers on the venue co-operate with the survey team.
31 - 08 - 2016
Cart Pond - Reopens
Following the incident at the start of last week we are happy to say that the situation seems to have resolved and we have had no further fish mortalities. Therefore we have taken the decision to re-open the water from 7.00am on Thursday 1st September. We will continue to monitor the water carefully and are still awaiting feedback from the EA with regard to possible causes.