Club achieves surplus

Members attending Inverness Angling Club’s annual general meeting last night (November 21) heard from treasurer Gordon Smith that the club had achieved a surplus on the year’s operations despite a significant fall in visitor fees. While membership fees rose to £33,560 compared to £31,540 in 2018, visitor fees fell from £9,076 to £5,178. 

Key costs for the year were £11,400 to The Highland Council for rent and £18,600 to the Ness District Salmon Fishery Board for fisheries assessment. A grant of £9,500 from Inverness Common Good Fund for the management of the town fishings helped to produce a total surplus of £12,831. This will help sustain the club’s financial health in the event of any future drop in income.


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