A fishing session on the Lady Elsa provided by the Wrightson Trust
Max 4 children plus their responsible adult, and skipper (6 total), per trip.
The children must be accompanied by their responsible adult on all trips.
Lady Elsa harbour trip
Funded by the E.B Wrightson Charitable Trust, “Lady Elsa” is a boat which enables Disabled and disadvantaged members to experience boat fishing first hand.
Since it was created back in 2015 and with the support of many local clubs and businesses, the Southsea Marina Disabled Angling Club who operates Lady Elsa has been able to introduce fishing to its members not just sea fishing but many other fresh water type of fishing including fly fishing and carp.
The Club has been extremely lucky to have the support and use of Hambrook Lakes, Priors Leaze Lane, Hambrook Nr Chichester for carp fishing.
Fly fishing can be experienced at Meon Springs located in a beautiful Hampshire Valley.
Run for its Members by its members, the Club enables all to experience a wide range of different fishing free or at very affordable prices and is always happy to welcome both new disabled members, and non-disabled minders as associated members to their friendly club.
Members meet every fortnight at The Marina Bar, Fort Cumberland Road, Southsea.
For further information about the club feel free to send them a message