AGM 7.30pm Greyhound Hotel
New Rule books will be issued as there have been a few changes since the old ones were printed, indeed there have been a few changes since this rule book was printed and they can be found at the back of the rule book. These late changes affect Bylaw 13 (Pike Spinning), a new bylaw Bylaw 25 (fishing from one bank) and an amendment to Rule 5 (late joining fee).
JLB. The AGM passed relatively smoothly despite the absence of the Chairman David Holland. The Vice-Chairman Duncan McDonald stepped into the breach and successfully negotiated his first AGM in the chair. The Treasurer produced a fine Income and Expenditure sheet. and the members present voted to retain the the subs and permits at the same level for this year as last.
The big news of the evening was the retirement of Lance Burton as secretary and the appointment of Dan Graham as his replacement. Dan has organised and run the Grayling Master's Competition with consummate skill for the past four years so should take the step to Secretary in his stride.
Dan's first act as Secretary was to present the Duncan Cup, awarded for the angler catching the heaviest fish of the year at Llyn Alarch, to John Paul Bartholomew. JP's fish was a Common carp named Spot which weighed in at 10-01-00 and was also the first double figure fish caught from Llyn Alarch.
Dan presents JP with the Duncan cup awarded to the angler who catches the heaviest fish of the year at Llyn Alarch.
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