|Welcome to Bembridge Angling Club|
The Club has sadly been advised of the death of long time member Paul Cuff. For tribute photo see Notice Board.
We are informed that his funeral will be held at the IW Crematorium PO32 6NJ at 1.30pm on Tuesday 1st November.
Open Cod boat comp Sunday 23rd
Regrettably forecasts of strong East winds for Sunday meant that we had to postpone it to a later date.
BAC AGM TUESDAY 25TH OCTOBER 8pm In CLUB HOUSE
No propositions for the AGM were received by the advised deadline. Newsletters & membership forms now being sent out. (6-10-16)
Club's Pollack record broken: see Notice Board
We would welcome applications for one of our moorings (usable 12 months) which are only available for recreational angling boats less than 10m long
(sorry but no yachts).
Due to the level of take up of our recent heavily discounted introductory offer we have now allocated all our moorings. Anyone likely to be wanting a new mooring next season (from 1st November 2016) is strongly advised to put their name down on our moorings waiting list.
We would also welcome applications from non-boat owning anglers wishing to become members.
More details on Notice Board page.
Please contact us at address below or electronically via the Committee & Contact page or any committee member.
Bembridge AC Club House, North Quay, Latimer Rd., St.Helens,
Isle of Wight, PO33 1YU
For instructions checkout our “FAQ” page which gives you a step by step guide to various things including how to put pictures in the "Gallery" (which is not obvious if you go straight to the gallery).
|Members personal Information:|
The club reserves the right to pass address and phone number details of all its mooring holders to the harbour company for the purposes of both their safety procedures & administration of harbour dues. The harbour company has given assurances that they will not pass this information on & will only use it as above.
|HEALTH & SAFETY NOTICE|
Boat angling is a hazardous activity. Individuals must accept that, by engaging in active water sports such as boat angling, their physical safety may be endangered. Sea angling currently accounts for the second highest mortality rate among sea users.
Anyone intending to participate in, or become involved with, boat angling organised by BAC – either as a skipper, crew or otherwise – does so at their own risk and such individuals must recognise the actual and potential risks associated with their involvement, including drowning, hypothermia and other physical injuries resulting from, for instance, falling overboard, penetrating or impact wounds from knives, hooks and weights as well as being bitten by fish.
Participants must acknowledge that it is up to them personally to assess whether any event or activity on the water is too difficult for them or their crew.
Individuals must acknowledge that the safety of their boat and her entire management including insurance is solely their responsibility, and they are satisfied that the boat and the crew are adequate to face the conditions that may arise in the course of a competition.
Entrants into the event must acknowledge that it is solely their responsibility to decide whether or not to start, or to continue, in any competition.
Individuals on signing on to the competition must agree :-
(i) to be bound by the conditions of the Competition Rules of the BAC
(ii) to accept the decisions of the BAC committee and officials nominated by it
(iii) to save harmless and keep indemnified:-
a. BAC & their sponsors and the Angling Trust and their respective officials, servants and agents
b. the other boat owners, drivers & crew engaged in the competition
against all actions, claims, costs, expenses and demands in respect of loss of, or damage to, the entrant’s property or the property of his/her drivers & crew whether or not such loss or damage may have been contributed to or occasioned by the negligence of the said persons or bodies, their officials, servants, representatives or agents.
In addition, all persons entering onto the club premises (compound and club house on North Quay) should be aware of the areas round the quay that have no safety railings and thus pose a safety hazard with respect to the possibility of falling over the edge. Extreme caution should be exercised in these areas and on no account are unsupervised children to be allowed to roam freely in the compound.
See IW Marine area for a section of the Angling Trust's web site that is specific to the Isle of Wight
Fish for tomorrow: catch & release.