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News 2020

CORONA VIRUS/COVID-19 Updates 9/8/20

With The the Leicester lockdown now eased we would like to inform members that have been subject to the extra lockdown rules that our waters are all situated outside of the temporary lockdown areas, so have remained open. 

As we understand it, with the easing of rules in Leicester non essential travel is now allowed so if you want to visit our waters it ok to do so. Please remember though that the guidlines as stated below still apply (this applies to ALL members).

As there are continuing to be different rules applying to different areas during the Pandemic then Government rules and advice must be followed according to the particular area in which you reside.


CORONA VIRUS/COVID-19 Updates 26/5/20

We have had an update, from the Angling Trust, on the rules regarding the Covid-19 lockdown after their discussions with the government. We have now been allowed to move into phase two of the re-opening of fishing. 

Competition fishing and therefore keepnets are to be allowed from today 26/5/20

Please remember that this is not yet a return to fishing as pre Covid-19 days. 

Our Governing body, The Angling Trust, has been campaigning for fishing to be one of the first activities to be allowed upon easing of the lockdown restrictions.

With that in mind anglers MUST follow the Angling Trust Guidelines, the main points being:

  • Sanitise your hands after touching gates, locks or any other surface that may have touched by others.  
  • Social distancing of at least 2 meters must be observed at all times.

These rules have been devised with the object of allowing us to continue fishing whilst trying to minimise the risk of being infected by this terrible virus that has already killed thousands.

We recommend that you read and familiarise yourself with the

 full Phase One and Phase 2 Guidelines from the Angling Trust, that can be read by clicking below

Phase 1 Individual Fishing Phase 2 Competition Fishing

Hand Sanitisation etc.

Broome A.S. is a member only society and we do not employ any staff so we are unable to "man" our gates. We are therefore relying on members using their common sense. If you arrive at one of our venue's and find there is not enough room to fish on the lake that you had intended to then please use another of the lakes.

On the subject of hand sanitisation. As our gates are not manned you will need to provide your own hand sanitiser for your personal use. The gates must be locked as usual once you have entered the site.

If you feel ill or have any of the symptoms of Covid-19 then please stay at home and self isolate as instructed by the government.

Please do not abuse, or try to bend the rules and risk all of us being, once again, unable to enjoy our sport in these uncertain times. And more importantly we do not want to cause any increase in the infection rate.

ENJOY YOUR FISHING AND STAY SAFE

The Broome A.S. Committee


 

Sad News

 

  It is with great sadness that we have to report the passing of one of our stalwart members. Peter Hyden, passed away recently after a short illness.

Peter had been a member of Broome A.S. for more years than anyone can remember. He was one of those who attended every meeting and could always be relied on to be there whenever the club needed help at the work parties and other such events, even when he was well into his eighties.

Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time.

R.I.P. Peter




Lost and Found

 

  Member, John Atkins, has lost the top two sections of his Pole whilst fishing on Colver Lake. He was fishing on peg 3 and when he was packing away he realisied that they were missing. He thinks that they possibly got blown into the lake. If you do come across them please let me know at:

 

webmaster@broomeanglingsociety.co.uk

 

Hopefully we can reunite John with his Pole sections.

 


 

 

Lost and Found

 

 A Member has retrieved a rod and reel from Currans Loop at Kilworth. If you have lost the items get in touch email webmaster@broomeanglingsociety.co.uk or ring Keith Macfarlane and we will try to reunite you with your kit.

 

As this message has been on the website for a few weeks now we have decided if the rod and reel is not claimed within the next two weeks (by 7th August 2020) The items will be donated to a young angler. 

 

Obviously we would prefer the items to go to the rightful owner but we cant expect the finder to hang on to them forever. So if you have lost them please claim them.

 

 

*Keiths number is in your membership book.



  

Draining of Admirals

 

At last we have a bit of good news. The draining and fish retrieval at Admirals lake went very well with everything going to plan. Holes were dug into the partially drained lake for the water and the fish to move into after the weed was pulled back to allow a channel of water to feed the bore holes.

 

There were 31 Carp from 3-7lb, 100 small carp, around 2000 silvers including a Chub of 3lb+ and 4 Tench. Numerous Perch were netted including a couple around the 3lb mark and countless Gudgeon. All of these fish have been temporarily moved to Brian's lake.

 

Another good thing is that there were several new faces who took the time to come and help out, and it made all the difference. A big thank you goes out once again to everyone for their efforts, it is very much appreciated by the Membership.

 


 

 

Broome Matches

 

The scheduled Broome AS matches will continue as detailed in your membership books. They will be temporarily run by Paul Edwards who lives outside of the restricted area.

 

Please be aware though that you should only attend the matches if you live outside of the restricted area as the government has ruled that essential travel only is allowed within the restricted area.

 



 
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