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2 Day Hastings Angling Comp. Sat 17th & Sun 18th Oct 2020

Some of our Anglers

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Update

Due to the new government ruling, angling and boating will be allowed from Weds 13 May.
Boats will be allowed out with members of the same household and one person who is not a member of your household. This will be strictly enforced.

Please contact the boatman (see below) as normal for fishing or to access lockers.

The club is not open and we would ask that you respect social distancing in the boatyard and locker rooms.

We will continue to review the situation and post updates as necessary.

07872 138641

to check that someone is on site.

Full Angling Trust guidelines for Clubs

From their website:

The Prime Minister announced the resumption of ‘unlimited outdoor sports’ from Wednesday providing they are conducted alone or with members of the same household or with one other person not from your household and that social distancing rules are followed at all times.

A government source confirmed that “outdoor exercise includes angling, golf, water sports and tennis providing social distanced from Wednesday.”

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New Members

The club has a keen beach and boat angling and social community. We can accommodate boats up to 23 feet in length in our secure compound provided they are fitted with beach keels, as boats are beach launched. We have workshops for boat maintenance and fitting of keels by yourself if required, and secure storage areas for outboard engines and fishing gear.

The area around Hastings uniquely offers a very wide variety of fishing, see our club records and photo gallery. You will be in good company in this very friendly club.  Our members come from all walks of life and can offer help and advice if required. Our membership fees are very reasonable.

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Risk Assessment

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Current Sea Bass Regulations

The EU Fisheries Ministers have announced an agreement for recreational angling bass limits for 2020. 

1st March to 30th November 2020:  two bass per angler per day can  be retained.  The MLS of 42cm still applies. 

1st Jan to 29th Feb 2020 &  1st to 31st December 2020: Catch & Release only

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Competition Results

Sea Angling Festival 2019

19th & 20th October 2019

Results & Photos below

DAY 1 RESULTS

Winner today was Keith Erridge on peg 1 with 19 fish for 7lb -1 oz. 9

Runner up was Colin Crosby on peg 48 with 12 fish from Stamco with 6lb – 15 ozs

Heaviest fish was Rex Palmer with a bass of 3 lb

A Section

1st Ralph Crosby – 6lb -14 ozs

2nd. Joe Wales. – 5lb – 13ozs

3rd. Phil Lee. – 5lb – 12ozs

B Section

1st. Brett Cotter. – 6 lb -1oz. 4

2nd. Kelly N Jay Carter -5lb-15oz.6

3rd. Jacob Gainey. – 5lb – 9ozs

C Section

1st. Mark Hurcombe. – 5 lb -15 ozs

2nd Craig Bradshaw – 4lb – 10ozs

3rd Mick Webb. – 4lb – 4ozs

D Section

1st. Colin Crosby – 6lb -15ozs

2nd. Thomas Wells 5lb -12ozs

3rd. Luke Mooring. 5lb – 4ozs

DAY 2 RESULTS

Winner today was Nathan Elliott on peg 2 With 16 fish for 7lb -0ozs

Heaviest fish today was a beautiful sole of 2lb – 13 ozs ! Caught by Jacob Gainey

A Section

1st. Tony methaven. – 2 lb – 9ozs

2nd. Nick May. – 2lb. – 7ozs

3rd. Dave Falk. – 1lb – 8 oz

B Section

1st. Paul Tiltman. – 2lb- 1ozs

2nd Luke Mooring. – 1lb – 8 ozs

3rd Colin Crosby. – 1lb – 7ozs

C Section

1st. D. Fuoco – 5lb – 0ozs.9

2nd. Paul Parsons – 3lb – 4 ozs

3rd. Gerald Sargeant – 3lb – 1ozs

D Section

1st. Jason Gainey. – 4lb – 7 ozs

2nd. Saul Page. – 3lb -11ozs

3rd. Brett Cotter. – 3lb – 0 ozs

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Mick Gilchrist

Ex-President , and Life Member, Mick.

A big part of this Club for many years and was involved in the local angling community, along with amateur dramatic groups and the Calvert Road Methodist Church. He supported many local people, taking them to hospital and generally running around. A little man with a big heart.

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PRIZEGIVING Sunday 19th March 2017

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Eastbourne Angling club.

Hastings & St Leonards Angling Association and Eastbourne angling club now have a reciprocal arrangement for members to use each others club facilities free of charge. HSTLAA members wishing to visit Eastbourne angling club should carry their HSTLAA  card and produce it on arrival.

http://eastbourneanglingclub.com/default.aspx