Welcome to Blyth Freshwater Angling Club
To effectively manage, develop and protect all waters which are entrusted to the club, their surrounding environment and resident wildlife to the highest possible standard. These aims will encompass the deterrence of trespass and vandalism and actively encourage people of all ages to become involved in freshwater fishing.
To hold regular meetings to facilitate good fishing practices.
To teach freshwater angling techniques and to promote and encourage safe practice.
Meetings are held at Blyth Rugby and Cricket Club, Plessey Road, Blyth on the last Tuesday of every other month from Jan 2010. All new members are welcome.
Blyth freshwater angling club currently has two-course fishing ponds:
(1) Meggie’s Burn, situated off the Blyth Beach Road next to the Blyth cemetery there is a private locked entrance, keys are available to all members.
(2) Newsham pond, situated in Blagdon Drive South Beach Estate.
BFAC is also affiliated to the Tyne Anglers Alliance. The T.A.A brings together angling clubs from across the region to share support and advice and to give a unified voice for coarse angling in the North East. Our affiliation to the TAA also allows our members to fish TAA waters. Please check out their website and rules before fishing any of the four venues.
Next General Meeting 26th March at Blyth Rugby Club 7:30pm All Members are requested to Attend.
OPEN SEASON MATCH REARRANGED FOR 14th April