The society doesn’t stand still and members or followers will find further changes to the website facilities, forum etc., as the improvements come on-stream. So far this year we have already held both the AGM and BASS workshop, followed by our first Fish-in of the season that was well worth the trip, full of escapades, and entertaining for all involved. On the members only forum we have the Bass journal Ezine and all four parts of the Henry Gilby photography video free to view. As expected the forum has seen further new members arrive and welcomed aboard, plus numerous posts on wide ranging topics.
This year we have also had a remote working BASS Improvement Group, tasked for dealing with initiatives and seeking feedback for ways to keep building on the success of B.A.S.S. Some regular vacancies within the society are available, and its possible further team work will require more help from our membership, so further opportunities for members to get involved.
This weekend on May14th is a society committee meeting and members are reminded they can attend and sit-in on these regular events if you would like more details contact us
We are a modern society built on traditional values, so whatever approach or style of angling we have a broad-based membership interested to read your angling tales/experiences. Remember we always require suitable items for the news/blog options. Would you like to be one of our featured Anglers? or write something for our networks, share some tall tales told from around the Kelly kettle or from one of your road trips. please Click Here.
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By now most of our regular membership should have received their recent issue of the society journal—-Magazine 154 winter 2016/17
However, if you have not had a copy to date then do please contact us to be sure all your details are correct and hopefully we can help to solve any delivery problems. Please contact the Editor email@example.com
Remember to also keep an eye on our SOS Bass website for further news on conservation matters and campaigns.
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