The PAC Committee
All committee members are volunteers, dedicated to running PAC and achieving the Club’s Mission Statement.
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Joint Membership Secretaries
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Mark Skinner is in his third-term of responsibility for PAC products and is an experienced committee member, having previously served as Events Manager. Mark is responsible for sourcing, pricing and promoting all PAC products.
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The following members are supporting 13PAC:
Representative Officer (Ireland)
Neville Fickling. It is crucial that PAC maintains a presence and good relations in Ireland. A trained fishery scientist, former pike and zander record holder, and Angling Trust Ambassador, Neville is a regular visitor to the Emerald Isle and 12PAC’s liaison across the water. Neville is also a former PAC General Secretary, tackle trade professional and Editor of Pike & Predator.
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Representatice Officer (Europe)
Dave Mutton. Recent expansion of the PAC into Europe sees the club facing many new challenges in getting pike welfare and catch and release across to the wealth of pike anglers throughout Europe, and therefore the club are delighted to have appointed former club President Dave Mutton into taking on the role of representing the club to a depth of new anglers. As well as being a Level 2 coach, Dave is well regarded as a multi-species predator angler.
Angling Development Officer
Eric Edwards. Another immensely experienced and highly successful pike angler, Eric is a Level 2 Angling Coach who drives forward PAC’s focus on encouraging youngsters. PAC will be putting Eric through the Level 3 course, meaning that he can initiate and provide the first dedicated pike-fishing course.
Email: Eric_Edwards@msn.com | Tel: 07906 411891
Michael Hastings. Caught his first Pike in 1979 and joined PAC in 1981, and a member ever since. “The places I like to spend my time have to fit three criteria, naturally beautiful waters with interesting fishing and the chance of a whacker. I’m never happier than when out in my boat on the Norfolk broads.” Mikes job is to help the committee and make sure the angling public knows what PAC is up to so no one has to ask “What does PAC do…?”