Saturday 22nd July, 2017 (Time: 10am - 5pm)
Novices and inexperienced Anglers are invited to our Annual Open Day to learn the basics of angling from trained/professional coaches over a 1 hour session. This event is completely free of charge and if you want to take advantage of the club's offer on the day you could become a club member at a reduced price with the chance of winning some fishing tackle throughout the day
The venue consists of 2 small lakes containing 14 different species of fish. Parents are advised to bring food, a drink, suitable loose clothing and sun screen (hopefully it is going to be sunny).
The venue is at the junction of Spring Grove, Fetcham (KT22 9PB) and Eastwick Drive Bookham (KT23 3PU)
Junction 9 of the M25 follow the signs for Dorking (A24). At the 3rd roundabout proceed straight on (now sign posted Guildford A261) and at the next roundabout turn right and then immediately left (The Ridgeway) proceed to the bottom of the rather steep hill and at the next roundabout turn left (now Lower Road) 3rd road on your right is Eastwick Drive and the second on the right is the junction with Spring Grove and the venue is now here on your left. (Watch for club signs & notices)
telephone: 07818 493505
mobile: 07818 493505
Refreshments NOT available.
Advisable to bring your own the nearest shops are about 0.5 mile away in the centre of Bookham
The larger lake has an average depth of 3+ foot with the majority of the swims being constructed to give firm footing when dry, they tend to get a little muddy after very heavy rain. The smaller lake is 4.5 foot deep at the bank side and over 8 foot in the middle. Once again the swims suffer muddy conditions after heavy rain
All ages and backgrounds welcome whether novices or inexperienced anglers.
Provided we have not had too much rain the grass surface on the field should bear the weight of a wheelchair. There is only a short distance to get onto the hard core path that we have recently produced. Check with organiser before making your journey
Tackle / Bait provided.
Parallel to the kerbside and under no circumstances on the grass. This is in a residential area so please respect the locals own parking
Wear loose suitable clothing (this is not a fashion parade) and bring some sun screen (you catch the sun far quicker close to water) and a hat. Although you will not be casting as such it is also advisable to wear sun glasses. These will have a dual use - firstly to protect the eyes in the case of flying hooks and the second obviously to protect the eyes from the suns glare off the water