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Fishing Clubs On The North East Coast

Angling Clubs And Societies

Saltburn Sea Anglers – Saltburn Fishing Club

saltburn pier - saltburn fishing club Saltburn Sea Anglers  fish all year round and have various different types of matches held on the north east coast between Whitby East Pier and South Gare at Teesmouth. Membership of Saltburn fishing club is £10 per year for senior members, £2 per year for oap’s and junior membership is free. Membership allows you to fish all the club competitions for which there is an additional charge of £3 per competition, an optional heaviest fish competition costing  £1, and an optional raffle also at £1. Anglers wishing to join the Saltburn fishing club need to go to their website and download a membership form from the membership section. Purchasing a copy of Saturdays Teesside evening gazette is a good place to learn more about Saltburn sea anglers.

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Filey Brigg Angling Society

filey fishing clubFiley fishing club fish 3 matches per week with the fishing season starting the first Monday of October every year. The three matches are as follows Monday – Start @ 6.30 pm with weigh in by 10-30 pm. Wednesday – Start @ 6.30 pm with weigh in by 10-30 pm. Saturday start 2pm weigh in by 6.30pm. Membership of Filey Brigg fishing club is £10 per season for senior members, oap’s – £5, Ladies and Juniors £2. There is also a lifetime membership available at a cost of £100. For further details contact their secretary at : .

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Scarborough Angling Club – Southcliff Fishing Club

scarborough marine drive - scarborough fishing clubScarborough Angling club operates from the Anglers social club at 2-4 Friars Way -Telephone: 01723 372495 . They offer some matches to club members only (more details to follow) and 6 open matches which can be fished by non members. The open matches are fished over six Thursdays, there is normally £20.00 up for grabs for the heaviest fish and heaviest bag on the night, with £100.00 up for grabs for the highest number of points over the six matches and roll up sweeps over the six matches for the heaviest bag and heaviest fish taken, these amounted to £45.00 last year, the more anglers who fish the bigger the prizes on the night and bigger roll ups at the end of the six matches series. Octobers match is on Thursday 19th, fishing 6.30pm weigh in at the Anglers Social Club by 10.30pm, entry is £5.00 and is open to non club members.

Reckitts Sea Angling Club

reckitts sea angling club HumbersideReckitts sac have 12 matches over the winter season starting in mid October and ending in march. Most matches are on a sun at various times depending on the tides you will learn loads from some vary accomplished anglers i.e Dave Brown, Steve Green, Chrissy Wray, John Levo and many more) and learn how the coast fishes in diverse conditions. The best bit is the crack in the pub afterwards with the lads and a few pints, and a free bit of grub from the landlord. You will make plenty of new fishing buddies and have a good laugh doing it. Who knows you might even pick up a few quid and some trophies for your trouble. You don’t have to be the worlds best angler or caster, any abilities are welcome, You will learn as You go through the matches. Anyone interested in joining can contact:
Chris Mack….07968876128  or  Ron Chapman….01482782062

St Mary’s Fishing Club (Teesside)

st mary's fishing club - ray hall cod angling club

Saint Mary’s fishing club is Teesside based and runs from the boys club in Grangetown. The club fish year round matches mostly on Sundays with varying fishing times and boundaries dependent on the weather and tides etc. To register you need to read the Teesside evening gazette on a Saturday and see what time the lads meet on the Sunday then go along and sign up. Or Contact –

Chairman : Brian Miller Tel : 01642 506903

Redcar Navy And Gentlemans Sea Fishing Club

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Cloughton Fishing Club.

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Amble Sea Angling Club

amble fishing club Amble Is home to one of the biggest fishing clubs in the north east. Thier winter league matches are weekly and usually fished on a Sunday. Membership is £15 per year, Subs can be paid to any club official , at a monthly meeting or prior to any weigh in. Amble Angling Centre als collects subs on the clubs behalf  and is open Mon & Tues 7.00 am to 5.00 pm, Wed 7.00 to 12 noon, Thurs & Fri 7.00 am to 6.00 pm, Sat 7.00am to 5.00 pm, Sun 7.00 to 4.00 pm At 4 Newburgh St Amble Tel 01665711200 or 07710067539 or 07876122745.  Amble angling club also hold a yearly open match which is the biggest in the north east with a great prize table. For more details of the Amble open fishing match and all the club details visit the Amble fishing club website by Clicking here

Newbiggin and District Sea Angling Club

newbiggin fishing club Newbiggin fishing club is yet another of the north east’s top club’s. The clubs members fish competitions most weeks along the Northumberland coastline. To Join Newbiggin club you can either: attend any of the club matches and register at the club house half an hour prior to the match, Speak or write to any of the club officials or email the club secratary at a_dswift@ashington, Newbiggin fishing club also holds an annual open match, full details of which can be found on the club website at

Borough Of Tynemouth Angling Club

tynemouth angling club Tynemouth fishing club was formed at the end of the second world war in 1948. Most of the members were workers from smiths dry dock in North Shields and held meetings in various public houses near the quay side. The club has in excess of 170 members and at present runs the following sections: Seniors, Juniors and Retired members. The Main Club runs Pier, Winter and Summer competitions, travels to Scotland and Eyemouth for matches and also runs a summer league at seahouses usually of about 6 to 8 matches. Full details including information on how to Join the Tynemouth angling club can be found on the club website at the address below.

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Site Administrator Glenn Kilpatrick has a passion for all types of sea angling. Past winner of the Whitby Sea Anglers fishing club on 2 occasions, Glenn now mainly focuses on summer fishing with bass and pollack being his favoured target fish. Glenn now also prefers Kayak Fishing over any other type of Sea Fishing.

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  1. Scarborough Boat Angling Club November 24, 2010 at 7:00 pm - Reply

    The Scarborough Boat Angling Club is a group of people who share the common interest of fishing and of course the boats what come with it. As a club we hold several matches throughout the year and social meetings occurs once a month.
    The club organises many matches through out the year and monthly meetings at the Scarborough Anglers Social Club.
    The club rent a car park on the South Bay and a small club house which is used for match weigh-in and match registration.
    For more information about the club or you want to be a member please visit our site at

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