Saturday, September 14, 2013

Standing down

Ashley and I are standing down as ROs. We've both got too much on our plates at the moment to give the role the commitment it needs.

We're hopeful someone will come along with the drive to get the King's Lynn region going again. Money in the kitty is going back to the PAC to look after until a successor or successors are appointed by the national club.

Thanks to everyone who came along to the meetings. Hope you catch a few this winter.

See you on the bank,


Monday, February 18, 2013

February meeting CANCELLED

We've had to cancel the meeting planned for February 27 at the Burt Club.

We're hoping to arrange one in March to end the season.

Please spread the word.

Friday, February 01, 2013

Angler robbed at knife point on Middle Level Drain

Someone had their gear stolen at knife point on the Middle Level on Thursday.

Click here for more.

We're advising anyone out over the next few days to avoid fishing alone in this area.

The people who did this are almost certainly anglers - much as it shames us to say that.

If you recognise the descriptions, please call Det Con Emma Cross, at King's Lynn CID, by dialling 101.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Thanks to Stephen Harper

Thanks to Stephen Harper for a great talk at last night's meeting. A good turn-out heard Stephen's thoughts on the Broads, boat fishing and little gems like the best time to go pike fishing, and how shallow you can catch 'em.

Next meeting, Wednesday, February 27. Speaker TBA. Make the most of the next few weeks - we might just see the best fishing of the season between now and the meeting.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Stephen Harper talk at next Lynn PAC meeting

This month's meeting sees another special guest who rarely gives talks head to the Wm Burt to give us a night's entertainment.

It's none other than Stephen Harper - author, publisher and chronicler of Broadland Pike. Stephen's one of those unassuming figures who's really stamped his mark on the sport both in Norfolk and further afield.

There are many who regard Broadland Pike and its sequel as one of the most inspiring books they've ever read, as it assembles the stories behind some of the biggest pike ever to come from the Broads and the rivers that connect them in their captors' own words.

But there's much more to Stephen than an angling sleuth, with an impressive series of captures topped off with his own Broadland thirty.

It's bound to be an inspiring night - whether you fish the Broads or are thinking of doing so, or just enjoy an evening spent in pike-minded company.

It's at the Wm Burt Club, West Winch, on Wednesday, January 30 (7.30pm).  All welcome, whether you're a PAC member of not.