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Welcome to our club website.
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If you are a visitor you are welcome to wander about our pages and see what our club is all about.
A bit about the club
As we have no local port (Our base is Guildford which is 35 miles from the sea) our members travel quite large distances by road often sharing to keep costs down.
In the past the club has chartered boats for days out from many differentt ports including Brighton, Dartmouth, Deal, Dover, Hayling Island (Northney Marina, Sparkes Marina and Langstone Harbour), Exmouth, Keyhaven, Minehead, Newhaven, Ramsgate, Watchet and Weymouth. To vary the fishing and/or to get more fishing per mile travelled the club has organised short breaks (from 2 days upto a week long) in Alderney, Courtmacsherry (Ireland), Dartmouth, Exmouth, Guernsey, Minehead, Mawganporth (near Padstow) Tobermory Bay (Scotland) Weymouth and Whitby.
Members have also got together in small groups travelled singly to more exotic locations all over the world such as Florida, Kenya, Namibia, Seychelles and New Zealand.
GCSAC Members accept the trophy The club also encourages members to enter various competitions (WIBAC, BCC, Weymouth Conger Festival etc.) where their names have often apppeared in the prize list. (see Latest Reports ) or the BCC website



The club membership subscription fees are currently a very reasonable 10 pounds a year or just 5 quid for seniors (over 65) and juniors (under 17).
We do not charge a joining fee
Meetings
Our meetings normally take place on the first TUESDAY of the month (see the Diary) at the City Club

The next meeting is on Tuesday 8th January at City Club

Members are only able to book places on most of the boat trips up to 3 months ahead and those those actually attending the meeting get the first chance to book (more information on the diary). Even then we do have members from as far away as Minehead, Leeds, and even Aberdeen They are so keen to fish with us (particularly on our longer trips) that they think it worth paying their annual dues even though they are at the back of the bookings queue because they cannot get to our meetings.
Prospective members are welcome to come along to check us out or get in touch with us via any of the methods on our contacts page.
The future
Buddy with 12lb Bass Every year, toward the end of the summer, the club arranges charter boats for the next calendar year and as soon as it is finalised the club calendar is printed and distributed to members (usually at the September meeting).
However, to help our members as much as possible with long-term planning, details of future events will appear on the on-line diary as soon as we commit to a charter.
The charters include boats for at least 2 club competitions and several longer trips (from 2 days up to a week long) as well as the normal one-day trips. Additional weekday/weekend trips may me added during the year at short notice.

HOME Events
Diary
2018
Reports
Venues
& Ports
Boats
List
Photo
Album
Club
Records
Trophy
Winners
Trophy
Details
Fish
Recipes
Contacts