Meet some of the regulars

Meet some of the regulars
Photo at Earlswood a while ago
The Shakespeare region of the Pike Anglers' club, formerly known as the Solihull & Warwickshire region, is here as a focus point for pike anglers in the South Birmingham, Solihull and Warwickshire areas. We are a friendly bunch who do things a bit differently and most of all enjoy our fishing. Working with other local regions we organise monthly fishing trips throughout the piking season from October to March. We also have plans to invite the occasional guest speaker .





Interested in Joining? Whether you are an old hand or a complete novice, come and join us. You don't have to be a member of the Pike Anglers' Club to come along to our fish-ins, but we hope that you will seriously consider joining.





If you like what you see we hope that you will join The Pike Anglers' Club of Great Britain to gain all the attendant benefits, including the quarterly magazine Pikelines as well as access to its online version - PikeOnLines. By joining you will also be supporting the conservation of pike in our waters.



Contact details are given at the bottom of the website.



We all look forward to seeing you....



Roger Howes



Regional Organiser


Find us on Facebook at Pike Anglers Club Shakespeare Region RA20


Thursday, 12 September 2013

The 2017 - 2018 Programme of Events


John Cheyne's talk has been rescheduled for Thursday, 5th April. Details below.



Our programme of talks and events is shaping up very well indeed. So do keep the first Thursday evening of the month free in October, November, February and March. Doors open at 7.00.

Venue change:-

Please note that we have changed our venue, again, and will now be back at The Granville at Barford, 52 Wellesbourne Road, Barford, CV35 8DS We are grateful to them for their hospitality and hope that they will be rewarded by good bar takings. For a location map just paste the link below into your browser:



https://goo.gl/maps/eUroh5XJhfw

TALKS


Thursday, 5th April, 2018 

Lure Anglers Canal Club Chairman

John Cheyne


For our last talk of the season we welcome local angler John Cheyne. John has huge experience of lure angling. Join us to profit from his expertise.

Admission: £4 PAC members: £5 non members
Aged under 16 Free
7.00 for 7.30

Raffle with star prize of interest to predator anglers.





Fish-ins

Sunday 14th January

Friendly fish-in at the Recreation Ground in Stratford. Meet 7.00 a.m. 

Sunday, 18th February, 2018

Our annual match with the Oxfordshire Region. To be held at Naseby Reservoir


So that's it for now. We hope it meets with your approval and that we shall see you over the coming months. 

If you would like more information just drop us an email


       Email:             ra20shakespeare@outlook.com

Facebook:        Pike Anglers Club Shakespeare Region RA20

Phone:             Jay       07824 703650

                        Roger  07800 931783

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Contact Details & Risk Assessment

Pike Anglers’ Club
Risk Assessment for Shakespeare Region Fishing Excursion
Stratford Recreation Ground 14/01/2018
Drawn up by Roger Howes 11/01/18




Bank Fishing

NO.
HAZARD
RISK LEVEL
PRECAUTIONS TO CONSIDER
1
Falling into water
Moderate Risk
Possible fatal consequences
Take care on banks/staging which are either steep or slippery or both. Avoid if they look unsafe.
Be aware of dangers of waders/high boots which can fill with water and drag wearer down or fill with air and upend him.
Stay within shouting distance of other anglers.
Consider wearing life jacket on bank.
Supervise any children/younger anglers

2
Hypothermia as a result of 1.
Low Risk. Possible fatal/very serious consequences
Carry towel, spare clothing, spare warm drinks in car.

3
Weil’s Disease
Moderate risk. Possible fatal/very serious consequences.
Carry small first aid kit & cover all cuts with waterproof plaster.
Clean hands with alcohol rub before eating & hold food wearing a plastic glove. Contact GP if having flu like symptoms after exposure to risk.
4
Food poisoning from deadbaits.
Moderate risk. Possible serious consequences.
Precautions as for 3 above.
5
 Hooks in skin/other injuries, cuts, sprains etc.
High risk. Moderate possible consequences.
Always look before casting. At Stratford beware of public walking behind. Store hooks carefully. First aid on the spot or trip to A&E if in any doubt as to what to do. Dave Mutton and Roger Howes have first aid qualifications.
6
Injuries from unhooking pike
High risk. Moderate possible consequences.
Inexperienced anglers should be supervised by those with experience. Wear a glove if not confident.




Organisers of events cannot accept responsibility for the actions of participants or of children/young people in participants’ charge.

I am very happy to store in my mobile any numbers that anyone wants me to have – both those of anglers and of any emergency contacts they may have. Just email them to me or give them to me on the day.

Roger 



Regional Organisers
Roger Howes
tel: 07800 931783

Jay Lock
tel: 07824 703650

email: ra20shakespeare@outlook.com


PAC West Midlands Liaison Officer 
Dave Mutton
email: dave@catfishing-uk.com




Pike Anglers Club of Great Britainhttp://www.pacgb.com/