Club AGM

Club AGM will take place on 14th February 2019 at Earls Colne Constitutional Club, York Road, Earls Colne starting at & 7.30pm

Please come along to support the club, as this gives you the option to voice any opinions and concerns you may have.

Apr 28

Pebmarsh Lake Willow Tree Harvesting

Harvesting starts monday 2nd May 2016. There will be limited fishing and car park area availible during this time. The disruption will effect different banks and means they will be closed to members for safety reasons.

PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD as we missed the papers dead line this week.
(Pictures from 2007 harvest at Pebmarsh)

Mar 02

Work Parties





Thank you for all your help and support at Pebmarsh & Boley. To those that turned up and did the hard work. Well done men.

A BIG Thank you for Lending us the digger for the day at Boley.


Please note there is a lot of work again this season, Pebmarsh requires swim repairs and further work on the paths plus work for the disabled access. Boley there needs swim and bank maintenance, and Domsey we have thirty tons of bark chipping to move and spread on the banks around the water, to carry out this work we need help so please get in touch. gate Terry the hacker toilet bridge

Jan 27

AGM and your opinion counts

agm date 18thClub AGM will take place on 15th February 2018 at Earls Colne Constitutional Club, York Road, Earls Colne starting at & 7.30pm

Please come along to support the club, as this gives you the option to voice any opinions and concerns you may have.

Jun 15

New River Season

S1052772Members are reminded tomorrow is the 16th June and the start of the river fishing season which will give them access to six stretches of the river Stour amounting to about three miles of river, and about a mile of the river Colne,

Jun 15

Match raises Money for charity

Cancer Research MatchColnes Angling Society hosted its third annual fund raising charity event for Cancer Research UK last Sunday at the clubs Pebmarsh Lake and was enjoyed by the twenty three members who took part. The event raised £461-50 and thanks go to Peter
Pound (left) who organised the event and Kevin Dewsnip and Tim Sage who ran it with a special mention for all those who gave numerous prises for the raffle. The  winner of the match and shield was Pierre Norfolk (centre) with 55lb 10oz, second was Kevin Dewsnip (right) with 44lb 12oz and third Terry Sowerby 33lb, section winners were Dave Meekins, Neil Hood, Peter Pound and Dave Partridge.

Apr 13

Skimmers move in to Domsey

DomseyThe club are pleased to be able to tell you that in excess of 3000 Skimmer bream ranging up to a pound in weight have been stocked in Domsey. Reports are already getting back that members have caught several among the Roach, Rudd and Carp.

The club plans to stock a few more species like Perch and Tench in the near future and will keep you informed.

Mar 23

Club Cards Now in Stock and Available

The new 2018/19 club cards are in stock and available with local tackle shops.

From the 17th March Fork Andles in Earls Colne who already sell our club cards are also incorporating a Post Office within their premises which means you can get your rod licence at the same place as your club card, another plus is they open seven days a week, Monday to Friday being open from 8am to 6-30pm, Saturdays from 8-30am to 6-30pm and Sundays from 10am to 4pm, so no excuse not to have the relevant card, licence or guest ticket.

Mar 18

Domsey needs your help



Over the 2 years we have had this water most of the work has mainly been clearing back banks with some work carried out on swims.

This year with the help of a small digger we hope to make the pathway where pegs are much wide to not only make it safer for moving around the lake but also more room for fishing. Although we have a digger there will still be a lot of hands on work to do and plenty of help will be required.

Mar 18

Pebmarsh 8th April work party

PEBMARSH will be closed on Sunday 8thh April,


Two years ago all the swims on the left hand bank and dam wall were remade to make them safer and longer lasting, the last year we carried out a lot of work on the right hand bank making swims more user friendly and doing away with the suspended walkway which had become dangerous, also creating extra pathways down to the water. We also installed a toilet which has to be maintained and emptied on a regular basis.

This season with enough help we hope to clear the ditch to the left of the car park and up to the left of the lake to help keep the path clear of water, and then to resurface the path, also to do some work on the other side of the bridge on the dam wall which tends to be very wet, also some swims need a little attention and the fence around the toilet needs painting, so please ring Kevin if you can help.

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