Barbel Fisher magazine is published twice a year and members
receive their copy free of charge. They are full of informative
articles written by the members. Since the very first issues
edited by Laurence Breakspear, the magazine has evolved
to become one of today's "must read" publications.
It has gone from strength to strength thanks to contributors
and advertisers, but without doubt mostly due to the fine
work of the late Gordon Scott, whose vision and dedication
has left a solid foundation on which we can all build.
Newsletters are sent to members twice
a year to keep them informed of all Society activity. News
from the regions, fisheries, conference etc. and updates
on all the major issues the Society is involved with make
for an interesting read.
A web-site Forum is available to registered members only,
for discussing all aspects of their fishing .
The Barbel Show is held every year
during the close season and is now firmly established in
the angling calendar. All the biggest names in angling have
given talks, but it is the spirit and camaraderie that brings
the members back year after year.
We are committed to helping youngsters
fish on the rivers. We arrange two or three fish-ins a year
where the juniors receive tuition from the top flight anglers
they only read about in the magazines. We also help out
with supervision for other clubs and organisations when
they hold their own junior days.
The biggest benefit of all though,
is that you are now part of a strong national organisation
full of like minded people who are dedicated to the continued
well being of our friend the barbel and its habitat.
Please note the full membership year
runs from June 16th to June 15th.
Please note barbel society fisheries
are not included in the joining fee. Please
page for latest prices.
Please make cheque or postal order
payable to `The Barbel Society` and return with the form
Dave and Marilyn Brown, 1 Larchwood, Castlegate, Scotforth,
Lancaster, LA1 4QG.
Or to join online via PayPal click
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