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New Club Rule

Rule – 48. Anglers fishing for carp at Howells Lake, Slough House Farm and Totham Pit must use a minimum of 10lb breaking strain line due to the extensive weed growth at these waters.

Send us your catch news

Do you have some catch news you would like to pass onto to other members? If so please email me and I’ll endeavour to add it to the website asap. Please put “Catch News” as the subject, provide your name, membership number, venue, weight and as much information about the catch as possible i.e. rig used, time of day etc. and a photo too if available.

We want news of all fish caught not just carp or large fish, did you catch a bag full, a nice sized Roach, Bream, Tench, Chub then let us know.

Lottery Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of lottery are,

1st prize – Free membership for the 2009/2010 season – ticket number 71 – Stephen Robinson - membership number 0257

2nd prize – 50% discount on membership for 2009/2010 season – ticket number 125 – Sheldon Mair - membership number 2493

3rd prize – 25% discount on membership for 2009/2010 season – ticket number 59 – Eddie Hollis - membership number 8539

Congratulations to the winners!

Winter membership now available

Our winter membership form is now available for those of you willing the brave cold.

Half price membership for the remainder of the season. Join now and fish for:
• Chub to 5lb in the River Blackwater
• Pike to 20lb+ in Totham Pit
• Perch to 3lb in Totham Pit
• Roach and Bream in the Chelmer & Blackwater Canal
• Carp at Bog Grove, Howells Lake, Totham Pit, Little Park, Beckingham Hall and Slough House Farm

Membership valid until 14th March 2009 on river sections and 31st March 2009 on ten stillwaters.

Adult – £35
Intermediate (Aged 16 or 17) – £20
Junior (Aged under 16) – £12
Under 12 (Accompanied) – £4
Concessionary / Associate – £20
Match Only – £8.50
Non Fishing Member – £5
Night Permit + 3 Rods – £27.50
Access Key – £5
Family Discount – £10

See application form for further details.
Claim up to £6 extra discount on production of a MAS Day or Guest Ticket

Ringway sponsors the Railway Pond

We are pleased to announce Ringway Infrastructure Services North (East Midlands) have chosen to sponsor the Railway Pond. We will explain the benefits this sponsorship brings to Maldon Angling Society shortly.

About Ringway
To meet the ever-changing needs and demands of the national highway network Ringway have created a cohesive group of companies whose skills, knowledge and experience provide comprehensive capability wherever it is needed – improving services and safety for road users and the environment.

Ringway’s purpose is to improve the nation’s transport network by delivering quality products and services.

Ringway’s vision is “To be the preferred Service Provider within our chosen sectors” and the Purpose is now “To increase our positive contributions to the Nations Infrastructure by being safe, profitable and achieving sustainable growth”.

Versatility. Integrity. Resilience. Openness. These are Ringway’s values. They will guide Ringway’s behaviours and shape the way their business.

When it comes to maintaining the nation’s transport network, Ringway have the skills, experience and the vision to provide a quality service at every level.

Visit Ringway’s Website

The actions of one has spoilt things for all

We greatly regret that the arrangement we have for parking in the secure area behind the Museum of Power in Langford is suspended. This is because the Water Company have locked the gates following an incident where an angler drove through the secure area and continued across the meadow, then to park next to the canal. We are currently trying to persuade the Water Company that not all our members display the same moronic lack of sense, and that access can be resumed on a restricted basis.

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