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Next Event: Sunday, October 22, 8am – 4pm Wye Cup R.Wye Paul Addecott 07804 097857 .  
Latest News
 
Gribbles pond closure
monday 16 October 2017

Please be aware that Gribbles Covert Pond is closed all day for Maintenance on Wednesday 18th Oct.

Wye cup Competition
Sunday 15 October 2017

Just a heads up the Wye cup Competition is on Sunday, October 22, 8am – 4pm. Any member who would like to participate would they please contact Paul Addicot on 07804 097857

2017/18 Pike Fishing Season.
Monday 25 September 2017

As of Sunday 1st October 2017, Pike fishing is permitted on certain Club Still Waters.
St Y Nyll Top Pond
Sues Pond – Barry
Bishops Pond – Groes Faen

Please note: Blast Frozen Dead Baits only. Live-baiting is not permitted.
If you are Pike Fishing Sues Pond, the 1 rod rule still applies.
If you are lure fishing, please be mindful of other Club members fishing around you.
All Pike must immediately be returned to the water and please ensure you carry the correct unhooking equipment with you. Unhooking mats must be used at all times.

The Pike Fishing Season ends 31st March 2018.

Bishops Pond Closure.
Friday 22 September 2017

Bishops Pond, Groes Faen is Closed this Sunday 24th Sept for the Clubs Pike Fishing day.

Pike fishing training session
Monday 11 September 2017

The Club have organised a Pike Fishing Session on Bishops Pond on Sunday 24th September for any Club Member who would like to have a go at Pike Fishing and learn the Basics.
Places are limited to 12 and on a first come, first served basis. Fishing will be 9.30 to 2 pm.
Please either text 07804 097857 or email secretary@glamorgananglersclub.co.uk

Pond closures and ongoing works
Wednesday 06 September 2017

Would all Club Members please note that llantrythid is closed Saturday 7th Sept to 09.00 Sunday 8th Sept for the 24hr Carp comp.

Also,

Gribbles Covert Pond – Ongoing works.
Would all members please be advised that for a short time the far bank of Gribbles is closed to Fishing. This is to permit the newly spread grass seed to take root following the recent upgrade works.

Gribbles Covert bank works
Sunday 03 September 2017

Would members be aware that the far bank pegs at Gribbles Covert will not be available to fish until further notice as the bankside work is about to be grass seeded and it will need a bit of time to establish itself, Sorry for any inconvenience.

Pike Fishing Session - Bishops Pond
Saturday 02 September 2017

The Club have organised a Pike Fishing Session at Bishops  Pond on Sunday‎ 24th September. This session is open to all Club Members who would like to be shown the basics of Pike Fishing. There are 12 places available on a first come, first served basis. The session will be 09.30 to 2pm.

To book a place please either text 07804 097857 or email secretary@glamorgananglersclub.co.uk
 
NRW proposals for new controls on fishing for salmon and sea trout
Wednesday 30 August 2017

NRW proposals for new controls on fishing for salmon and sea trout

After careful consideration of our evidence and wishing to take full account of the views we have received during our engagements with customers and stakeholders, we are now proposing changes to fishing controls to the salmon and sea trout net and rod fisheries.

We would like to make you aware that we have:

Advertised a new Net Limitation Order
Launched a statutory consultation on new byelaws for rod and net fishing

Both processes began on 22 August 17 and runs for 12 weeks.

The proposals include:

Maintaining the same number of net licences in the 13 public salmon and sea trout net fisheries
Making consistent the start and end of the  net fishing seasons:
Shortening the netting season by starting net fisheries no earlier than 1st May
Ending the netting season on the 31st July
Implementing full catch and release fishing on all net and rod fisheries for salmon
Requiring sea trout catch and release in rod fisheries on vulnerable rivers before 1st May
Setting a 60cm maximum size limit for sea trout in rod fisheries
Implementing method restrictions (bait, barbless hooks and trebles) so that released fish have a good chance of survival (Byelaws)

Open access petition
Thursday 17 August 2017

All you may or may not have heard about the access consultation.
I am attaching the details that MTAA are sending around as the heading states we really need as anglers to step up on this one. Access to open water can literary mean your pond. Please go to the link below and even if you do not write then please register on this link.
http://www.countryside-alliance.org/openaccess/

To find out more about this click here for a pdf version of the letter informing us of what might happen if this goes ahead
 
Next Season Licence Membership Photos.
Sunday 13 August 2017

As there is a change to membership cards for next season, would all members who are renewing their licence for next year please send a passport photo to the membership secretary. If any member has not already sent their photo it could mean a delay in how quick the licence will arrive to them.

YBont official thank you to the club.
Tuesday 15 August 2017

Ybont has sent us an official thank you for the fundraising that we do for them.
Click here to view (opens a new window)

Make your voice heard over ‘right to roam’ proposals in Wales
Tuesday 25 July 2017
 
 
Gribbles Covert Pond – Revetment works
Wednesday 19 July 2017

Works will start Friday 21st July at Gribbles Covert Pond to try and address the constant leak around the far bank Dam area. The work should take a week to 10 days, in which time the Far Bank will be closed to members.
Please see notices posted on the gate and Notice Board for up to date progress.

There will be quite a bit of Noise disruption
 
GAC CHARITY NEW YEARS EVE COMPETITION 2017
Wednesday 19 July 2017

Woman, 21, who thought her neck ache was a result of sleeping in a funny position is left PARALYSED

  • Helen Fincham thought she had a heart attack when her arms went numb
  • When paramedics arrived they asked her to stand - but she then collapsed
  • She has been paralysed ever since but now has regained some movement 
  • Doctors diagnosed her with a neurological condition after months of tests



Helen Fincham, 21, from Bridgend, Wales, assumed her discomfort was down to her having slept in a funny position.
However, by midday she was unable to feel her legs. She thought she had suffered a heart attack when her arms went numb and she struggled to breathe.
When paramedics arrived to her home they asked her to stand - but she collapsed and has been unable to move ever since.
Doctors were left baffled but two months of tests discovered she had a rare neurological condition which caused her spinal cord to become inflamed.

Helen Fincham, 21, from Bridgend, Wales, assumed her discomfort was down to her having slept in a funny position. However, by midday she was unable to feel her legs.
This has left Helen permanently Paralysed from the chest down and wheelchair bound, with restricted movement in her arms and hands. The family are desperately trying to raise money to purchase equipment, including a wheel drive power assist for manual wheelchairs, which alone costs over £5000 in order to give Helen some independence.
GAC have agreed to help support Helen and her family by way of this year’s New Years Eve Charity Fishing Competition.
Many thanks to Club member Rob Crewes-Rees for nominating this very worthy cause.
As usual, this competition will be held on Treoes Pond on New Year’s Eve and is open to all Club Members. Entry will be £10 per senior Angler and £5 per Junior.
Further details for booking places and timings will be advertised at a later date on the Club Web Site and Facebook page.

River Wye Stretch
Monday 17 July 2017

In recent years there have been a number of unfortunate incidents between GAC fishing club members and people rowing, or training and supervising rowers, on the River Wye between the Rowing Club at Monmouth and Mally Brook Limit. GAC committee has been contacted to help to try and identify possible reasons for these incidents and seek a solution to avoid similar occurrences in future. These incidents reflect badly on both organisations and must cease.
It appears most problems occur because the rowers are facing away from their direction of travel, often working hard upstream to gain momentum, and moving more rapidly downstream with the current, and have little opportunity to see the fisherman’s line and even less opportunity to take avoiding action. When viewed from the river our members are extremely hard to see due partly to the trees and vegetation and partly to the fisherman’s position some distance away from the river edge.
The Rowing Club are aware that when a baited line has been carefully positioned at some distance from the bank at a known swim, the fisherman cannot simply withdraw his line without losing the benefit of his earlier hard work and is therefore, with good reason, reluctant to do it. Given these circumstances it is clear that both groups need to take on board the limiting factors affecting each group and at times of peak activity endeavour to minimise the possibility of confrontation.
Rowing peak times are 0700 to 0800 weekday mornings and 1400 to 1800 weekday afternoons. Weekend peak times are 0800 to 1200 and 1300 to1500 Saturdays. Sunday 0900 to 1100hrs. Issues of disturbance between anglers and the powered metal training boats have also been discussed with the Rowing Club to reducing confrontation.
Any angler who experiences what is believed to be deliberate fouling of fishing lines must make a record of location, time, and any other relevant factors (suggest a photograph)  and report the incident to the Head Bailiff as soon as possible or any Club official. No form of retaliatory action is acceptable.

P.Addecott (Hon Sec)

New Years Eve charity event
Monday 17 July 2017

The Club is looking for a worthy cause to support for the annual New Year Eve charity comp at Treoes this year. If any member knows of either an individual or a worthy cause we can support, please let the club secretary know. In past years we have supported the Stroke Association Wales, helped finance an Electric Wheelchair to help a young lady get to University and many other causes.
I am sure one of you will have this year's cause for us.

48 hour charity event
Monday 3 July 2017

The weekend 48 hour Charity Event is done for this year. We have raised so far £3600. £500 We donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care - Holme Towers and £3100 to Y Bont Childrens Centre. Thanks to everyone who supported us over the weekend and very well done to the Juniors, who for the most part, showed us oldies how to catch fish.

The winner was Jenny Collins with 526lb 1oz
Runner up Darren Hatchett with 392lb 10oz
Biggest fish Jeff Wenger with a 19lb Grass Carp

Junior winner was John Hoare with 142lb
Click the image to see more
ybont
 
 
 
Fly Fishing Demo - Volunteer Needed.
Wednesday 14 June 2017

St Fagans Castle have asked if any Club Member or Members would be interested in providing a Fly Fishing ‎demonstration and a short teach in on the afternoon of July 2nd. 
If anyone can help, the Club has Fly gear for the teach in. Please contact the Club Secretary if you are able to assist.

One rod rule at barry and bait amount for carp comps and 48 hour event.
Saturday 10 June 2017

Following last night's Committee meeting, where the 1 rod rule at Barry ponds was discussed in detail as to a trial 2 rod allowance for the winter.
The 1 rod rule will remain in place for both Summer and Winter with no alteration to the existing rule.
Also
At Carp competitions and the 48 hour event a maximum of 3 kg of bait which includes hook bait in any 24 hour period will now be enforced on all club still waters.
Also spodding is not allowed at thes events.

Junior 24 hour competition, Saturday 10th June Cancelled
Wednesday 08 June 2017
 
This Competition is now Cancelled. For details please contact Andy Hoare
 
24 Hour Junior Competition
Monday 29 May 2017

The next Junior Competition will be held on Saturday the 10th of June at Llantrythid. This will be a Junior 24 hour competition and is open to all Club Junior Members. The rules are simple: Each Junior must be accompanied by a Senior Club Member for the duration of the Competition. Book in at 08.00 and fish 09.00 to 09.00. Turn up, book in and fish. Normal Club rules apply. For booking a place please contact Andy Hoare.

Disabled Match Cancellation
Monday 22 May 2017

The disabled Match on the 15th of June is cancelled due to clash With other club commitments.

The winner of the wye cup
Saturday 20 May 2017

The winner of the Wye cup your club chairman Richard Turner with his Trophy presented at the AGM.

wye cup
 
Junior match results Carols pond April 29 2017
Monday 15 May 2017
  Over 12s  
1st
Runner up

John Hoare   
Jevan king  

23lb 12oz
9lb 10oz

  Under 12s  

1st
Runner up

James Dible  
Alfie Ostelr

17lb 12oz
8lb 4oz

Llantrythid Noise complaint
Monday 08 May 2017

We have received a complaint this morning from the farmer who lives in the house next to our access gate at Llantrythid. He explained the there are a number of members who, when opening the gate have radios turned up loud , that disturb them especially very early in the mornings. Could everyone please ensure that your car radio is turned down or even better turned off when accessing the gates. The second complaint is regarding one or two members who drive at excessive speed down the track to the pond, please ensure you stick to 5mph when driving down to the pond.

GAC 2017 AGM
Friday 05 May 2017

This year’s AGM will take place on Thursday 18th May at the National Sports Centre for Wales, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff. 7.15 Start.
All Club members are most welcome to attend and it would be good to see some new faces. This is your opportunity to ask questions or suggest ideas on the running of the club.

Mixed Pairs Competition – 27th May – Carols Pond
Thursday 04 May 2017

The Mixed Pairs Competition has been postponed to a later date.

May 2017 Club events
Wednesday 03 May 2017

Sunday 7th May – Senior Competition – Llantrythid
Saturday 13th May – Junior and ladies Competition – Treoes
Saturday 20 May – 24 Hour Carp Competition – Llantrythid
Saturday 27th May – Mixed Pairs Competition – Carols Pond Barry
Saturday 27th May – Junior Competition – Gribbles Covert Pond

Disabled match at Treoes
Wednesday 03 May 2017

Hiya everyone here are the results of the disabled match on the 27th April at Treoes it was a fab day seeing everyone catch despite it being blooming cold, winner was Peter, runner up was frank and the biggest fish prize went to our very own Ricky. It was fab seeing everyone again for our first match of the year hope to see you all at the next on the 18th May, big thanks to all who came to help out.

Click here to view the images

Junior and Ladies Competition - Carols Pond
Monday 24 April 2017
 
Saturday 29th April – There will be a Junior and Ladies Competition on Carols Pond. Pegs 1 to 15 will be reserved for this event and Reserved signs will be put on the pegs in advance. Pegs 16 to 25 will be open to members
 
PHOTO PERMITS.
Friday 21 April 2017

As from December 2017, for the 2018-2019 season and thereafter, GAC permits will carry a photo of the member and a number of the key issued to that member (if any).

In order to set up the database in preparation for this changeover would all members** [see below] please submit a photo. Please do this early. ASAP.

Post a GOOD passport size photo ie full face against a white background [saves ink] with your name, permit number and post code on the back. Eg M.Roberts, 17001, CF14 2AU. This allows me to set up a photo database linked to your ID permit(s) etc. If you don't send one in early You will have to send one with your renewal anyway as NO PERMITS will be issued without ID photos next year. If you leave it  till late especially, until March 2018 or after, this could result in significant delays to your application. Please sort this out early as it is a lot of extra work for me and I would like to get it out of the way early
and spread the workload.
Post your photo to the usual address GAC M.Roberts,
4, Heol Don,
Whitchurch,
Cardiff.
CF14 2AU

Thank you for your cooperation. Mick Roberts   Membership Secretary.

[**Excludes those who have recently submitted a photo [in the last two years or so] for the NFG or BAILIFF cards].

Junior member fishing at sues pond
Tuesday 11 April 2017
 
Jayden Rowley with a 10lb 8oz mirror carp from sues pond Caught in ledgered sweetcorn.
jayden rowley
 
Pond closures and openings
Monday 27 March 2017

St Y Nyll Top Pond will close Friday 31st March 2017 and re open Thursday 1st June 2017

Treoes Pond will re-open on Saturday 1st April 2017

Gribbles Covert Pond will Close Saturday 1st April 2017 to Monday 1st May 2017

GAC bonus ball draw
Sunday 26 March 2017

The GAC bonus ball draw on 1 April will be cancelled as there is not enough support. If any members would like to enter the 8th of April draw please contact Darren Hatchett.

Pike Fishing
Sunday 26 March 2017

Would all Club Members please be aware that Pike Fishing on Club Still Waters closes on the 31st March and resumes 1st October. 

10% off for Glamorgan anglers
Saturday 18 March 2017

A local bait shop offering 10% off for Glamorgan angler members.
Click the image below to view website

corus
 
International Carp Team Trials
Friday 17 March 2017
 
Does anyone member fancy fishing for wales in the international carp squad. If so click the links below for information and application form.
Information pdf
Application pdf
 
Junior Rod Licenses 
Wednesday 15 March 2017

This year NRW no longer charge for Junior Rod Licenses for 12 To 16 year olds. You still need to apply on line at www.gov.uk and search fishing license.
Fill in the application and they will issue a reference number. This is the license for Juniors. No physical license will be issued.

Restore Our Rivers - River Ely Clean Project Launch & Litter Pick
Wednesday 15 March 2017

In 2016 Cardiff’s Environmental Scrutiny Committee set up the Restore Our Rivers inquiry to look into the problems facing local rivers and to identify how these could be resolved.  To deliver this work they drew in the support of Dwr Cymru / Welsh Water, Natural Resources Wales, Keep Wales Tidy, South East Wales Rivers Trust, Glamorgan Anglers, Cardiff Rivers Group and Groundwork Wales.

To celebrate the work of the Restore Our Rivers Group and to raise the profile of the planned events for the River Ely Clean the group is running an organised litter pick at Grangemoor Park in Cardiff on Tuesday 21st March 2017.  The event will start at 10am and finish at 12pm.  A link showing the location to Grangemoor Park is provided below:
https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Grangemoor+Park,+Cardiff/@51.4569235,-3.1949402,16z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x486e0358b8211287:0x2f1de5be865ee095!8m2!3d51.4565841!4d-3.1907169

If you interested in taking part please contact Richard Bowen on 02920 873606 or email him at rbowen@cardiff.go.uk.  Equipment for the litter pick will be made available on the day and the event will be supported by Keep Wales Tidy.  Those taking part should meet in the car park for Grangemoor Park between 9:45am and 10am – the car park is next to the roundabout on Dunleavy Drive. 

Roach breeding pool work update
Wednesday 15 March 2017

The photo below is the finished stock pond with otter proof fences and protective net covering. All that is now required is the solar pumps and auto-feeders feeders.

roach pool
 
Springtime events
Monday 13 March 2017

With Spring on its way, next month we see our Club Competitions starting up.

Saturday 22nd April - 24 hour Carp Comp
Treoes Pond, Barry.
Details contact Kev Hunt on 07971 252142

Thursday 27th April - Disabled Group Comp
Treoes Pond
Details contact Amanda Joseph on 07837 130351

Saturday 29th April ‎- Junior and Ladies Comp
Carols Pond, Barry
Details contact Andy Hoare on 07543 216986

Pike Season.
Saturday 11 March 2017

Would all members please be aware that the Pike Season ends March31st.  
As there seems to be quite a few members who are interested in Pike Fishing, prior to the Pike Season reopening 1st of October, the Club will organise a Pike Fishing ‎ teach in, to allow members wishing to give Pike fishing a go the chance to see the correct way to fish for Pike safely.

Glamorgan Anglers Club LTD Bonus ball lottery
Wednesday 1 March 2017
 
New!!! Match the bonus ball from Saturday's national lottery and WIN A £30 TACKLE VOUCHER!
For more information how to enter and rules click here for pdf file or here for word doc.
 
The Taff Roach Project breeding ponds
Tuesday 7 March 2017

The Taff Roach Project breeding ponds are almost completed. Brian and Andy are finishing off the otter proof fencing and will then cover the ponds with a Cormorant proof net. It is hoped that we can have the first spawning brood stock later this year.

Click the image to view bigger
Taff roach project
 
Treoes closure
Sunday 26 February 2017

Would all members please be aware that Treoes will be closed from 1st March to 31st March, (both dates inclusive).

further consultation on Access and Outdoor Recreation
Wednesday 22 February 2017

Welsh Government announce further consultation on Access and Outdoor Recreation

Click here to read more
 
Caerau Angling Supplies
Wednesday 22 February 2017

Caerau Angling Supplies in Cardiff now offering a 10% discount to members

caerau
 
Fancy a fishing holiday in France
Monday 20 February 2017

Are you interested in a Fishing holiday in France? Then check out this venue in Haute Vienne/Charente border.  It comes with accommodation so no bivvy needed.
Click for more info here

Pond closure update
Friday 17 February 2017

Barry Ponds – Sues Pond
The Committee has discussed the predation issue at Sues Pond, Barry, which we feel that not closing the Pond in April as was originally planned, will allow members on the water to deter the Cormorants from feeding on the pond constantly.
Therefore SUES POND WILL  REMAIN OPEN.


Treoes Pond Closure
Treoes Pond will be closed to Members from 1st March 2017 to 31st March 2017 . The Pond will re-open 1st April 2017.

Groes Faen – Bishops Pond.
Friday 10 February 2017

Bishops Pond will be Closed Friday 10th Feb 17 for Maintenance Work.

Members Security on Club Waters
Monday 5 February 2017

On Sunday 05 Feb, one of our Club members/Bailiffs had his van broken into at Pyscodlin Mawr Pond and a great deal of fishing gear was stolen. The member was approached by what he described as Eastern Europeans, who initially asked what time he was fishing to. When the member loaded up his van and returned to the pond for his unhooking mat, the vehicle was broken into and the tackle stolen. We have since been told that another member was approached again by what is described as Eastern Europeans at Groes-Faen ( Bishops Pond) and asked a similar question whilst fishing.
If you are approached by these people, please contact the Head Bailiff immediately, as we believe these individuals are also poaching our waters at night.
The Head Bailiffs contact number is on your Club License. If anyone is offered fishing gear that you think could be stolen, again please let us know.

48 hour Charity Event 2017
Tuesday 31 January 2017
 
There are only 3 places left on this year's 48 hour event. If any member is interested and would like to take part either email: secretary@ glamorgananglersckub.co.uk or call 07804 097857. Juniors are welcome if accompanied by a senior club member.
 
Good local online tackle shop
Thursday 26 January 2017
A good local fishing tackle shop that has been endorsed to us by some of our members. WITH FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ITEMS.
Click the image below to view the website.
qfished
 
January Match results
Wednesday 25 January 2017
 
January match result now click here to view
 
River survey work
Tuesday 24 January 2017

A small group of people from Bridgend College will be conducting survey work on the Radyr stretch of the Taff this Thursday.  Disruption to angling will be minimal, but members are to be reminded that co-operation with such surveys can only be beneficial to the club and the river, therefore we ask members to be considerate of the work being undertaken.

Barry Ponds - Peg Upgrades Sues Pond.
Tuesday 17 January 2017

Would all members please note that works will start at Sues Pond on Monday 23rd January to upgrade pegs 1 to 5. The work is to ensure these pegs will be wheelchair accessible by enlarging the pegs and getting them level with the pathway. The pond will not close for this work, but would members please co operate with the crew doing the works. 
It is envisaged the work should not take more than 2 weeks.

Final Match results and standings for 2016
Friday 6 January 2017
 
Final match results 2016 click here to view
 
10% off at Keens for Glamorgan Anglers members.
Friday 6 January 2017

All Glamorgan Anglers members that present membership cards at keens Tackle and guns shop will now get 10% off all purchases over £10. Only excluding already discounted price.

Treoes Pond Closure.
Thursday 15 December 2016

Treoes Pond will be closed on Dec 31st 2016 for the annual Charity Comp. All places are as usual full for this event, but there is a reserves list if you want to take a chance on getting a possible peg. This year we are supporting Wales Stroke Association. The Club will also be contributing a free years license to the winner.

Club chairman strikes again
Wednesday 14 December 2016
 
Our club chairman Richard Turner with a 7lb pike from bishops
glamorgan anglers club
 
A message from our club secretary
Wednesday 14 December 2016

As we near the end of another year, which for the Club has been again productive, I thought it would be the right time to reflect on the past 12 months. Obviously the work at Llantrythid was our main focus in 2016, which now completed is providing excellent fishing to members and the fishing we are very sure, will get a lot better as the pond now matures and the stock get used to baits.
Our efforts to improve the fishing on all our still waters over the year have continued and is coming to fruition, with all waters providing species that are getting bigger and better. For instance the 2 stock sizes of Barbel in Carols Pond are really growing on, with fish now getting close to 4lbs, which is great news and they went in at about half a pound each a few years ago. For our Carp Anglers, larger fish seem to be reported from most of our waters, with double figure fish coming out of Treoes, Groes Faen, Llantrythid and both Barry Ponds. The only pond that is seeming to be quiet on the Carp front being Pyscodlin Mawr. Silver fish in all our waters are growing on, which includes the Perch in Treoes, Bream in Llantrythid and Pyscodlin Mawr, Tench from Gribbles and St y Nyll top pond, even the Roach and Rudd seem to be putting on weight generally.
All Club competitions have been very well supported and continue to provide all members with the opportunity to have a bit of competitive fun throughout the year.
2017 will see some work done on St Y Nyll Top pond and some further stocks of Tench and Crucians for a couple of still waters.

I would finally like to on behalf of the Club, wish all our members a peaceful Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year.

Tight Lines

Paul Addecott – Hon Sec

Junior competition season 2016
Sunday 10 December 2016

Today saw the last of this year's Junior Comps on Treoes Pond. It goes without saying that the Club does owe a very special thank you to Andy Hoare and Albert Smith for organising the kids and ladies comps throughout 2016. Thanks also to Brian Dickman and his bailiff team, who have supported the events. A special thank you also to Ryan Lee, who kindly provided selection boxes for all the Juniors.
2017 Junior and Ladies comps are advertised in your recent newsletter, which Andy and Albert are already sorting out prizes and making sure all the kids have a great season.

Juniors Christmas fun fish.
Wednesday 23 November 2016

This year's Junior Christmas fun Fish ‎will be held on Treoes Pond on Saturday 10th Dec. Book in at 10, fish 11 To 1. As every Junior will get a present from Santa for those who attend, please contact Andy Hoare as soon as possible to book a place. There will be tea and mince pies for the adults. 

Woodstock Pond Newport AC.
Tuesday 22 November 2016

If any Club member has a license swap to fish Newport AC's Woodstock Pond, Please be aware that there is a notice on the gate advising all Anglers that there is suspected KHV in the pond. If any member does fish this water, Could you please ensure you disinfect your nets and dry properly after use as a precaution.

Wye Cup 2016 update
Monday 21 November 2016

This year’s Wye Cup was held on Sunday 20th November at Monmouth. The winner this year was Club Chairman Richard Turner. Thank you to the members who turned up, but what is disappointing is members who book places and just don’t bother turning up or fail to let anyone know they cannot make it.
If you book a place on a Comp and realise for whatever reason you are unable to attend, please let the organiser know as soon as possible.

Wye Cup 2016
Thursday 17 November 2016
 
This year’s Wye Cup is being held on the Clubs stretch of the River Wye at Monmouth on Sunday 20th November. Meet up will be at 8.15 and fish from 09.00 till 15.00. There are places available, so if anyone is interested in taking part, please email Chairman@glamorganagnlersclub.co.uk or call 07398 364044
 
New match results
Thursday 03 November 2016
New match results in Click here to view
 
Recomended Carp fishing rigs
Monday 01 November 2016
 
Recommended safe carp fishing rigs for use on all our waters. Please be aware that our bailiffs are now checking angler’s rigs.
Click here to view
 
October match results
Monday 24 October 2016
 
New match results in Click here to view
 
New year’s eve charity competition
Tuesday 18 October 2016

New year’s eve charity competition being held at Treoes if anyone would like to fish this event please contact Ian Lewis on 07824430682 or email ian.lewis32@talktalk.net

 
Gribbles Covert maintainance closure.
Sunday 16 October 2016

Would all members please note that Gribbles Covert Pond will be closed on Wednesday 26th October for maintenance.

Ask the Committee link added
Tuesday 11 October 2016
 
New link added under the home button. This link will allow members to put forward a question to the committee. Any questions asked will be held untill the next committee meeting and discussed then. Members will recieve the answer up to 4 days after the meeting.
 
New Match Results Page
Tuesday 4 October 2016

New menu button has been added to the website. (Match Results).

All the clubs matches and competition results will be announced on this page.

 
Llantrithyd lake directions added
Friday 02 September 2016
 
The Llantrithyd water page has been updated with video and image Directions. Click here to view
 
Glamorgan Anglers Club on the bbc
Thursday 25 August 2016
 
The bbc made a short clip about our records becoming public at the Glamorgan archives

 

 
 
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Gary Evans Tackle Shop.
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Ewenny Angling and Garry Evans tackle shops carry both application forms and keys for Glamorgan Anglers Club.
Exchange licences for Merthyr and Newport Clubs are available from both shops.
 
Holton Road Angling
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Holton rd angling Barry Barrys premier fishing tackle shop.

10 % off for Glamorgan Anglers members who present their licence when purchasing.

Maggots available
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10 % off for Glamorgan Anglers members who present their licence
 
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