Undera Angling Club has a special reunion planned for October.JENNA BISHOP August 14, 2014 4:47am
Big occasion: Undera Angling Club members Adrian Anderson and Richard Maxwell are calling for members to attend the October reunion.
Undera Angling Club has supplied friendship, family and, naturally, fishing to more than 150 members in the region for the past 36 years.
In honour of its almost four-decade history, the club will have a special reunion in October for past and present members.
Club historian Richard Maxwell said it would be an opportunity for members who had moved away from the region to catch up with fellow enthusiasts.
‘‘It will be a great opportunity to talk about what’s been happening at the club and what the club is developing,’’ he said.
The club had been involved in several environment conservation and protection programs since its inception, Mr Maxwell said.
Through government grants, the group has been responsible for stocking Craigmuir Lake and monitoring fish stocks at other locations.
He said the club had also hosted several big events, including an annual Club Classic at Pyke Rd.
Mr Maxwell said the club aimed to have a friendly atmosphere for people to enjoy the pastime as a family.
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