A high proportion of our members are anglers and the`Gallery’ page shows just a few of the fish they have boated.
Members have tractor launching at any stage of the tide and car and trailer parking in our secure compound right beside a sandy beach. You can pump your own `black’ worm and catch mackerel in season within just a few hundred yards of the clubhouse and if you have never used a bait pump, no problem our angling members will show you how.
Shallow beach launching dictates that we must operate within limits. In terms of craft length we will consider up to 17’ if it is suited to beach launching and mounted on a single axle, serviceable and balanced swing cradle, roller trailer. Break-back trailers similarly make for an easy life, though any and all serviceable, purpose made boat trailer types will be considered under smaller and lighter craft.
Returning to shore after a day afloat we have a clubhouse with full facilities. There is none of the hassles associated with packing up on the road or in a public car park and none of the then having to start cleaning down when you reach home. Simply tow your boat into the compound, draw up to the tap and tubs, flush your engine through, jet–wash your boat and trailer down, then park it up safely and take in the view from the best seats in the house on the balcony or in the lounge bar, job done!
Contact us and arrange to call in and see what the club has to offer. The mobile contact number shown on the home/welcome page is that of a committee member and boat angler Alan Taylor. Give him a call he will be only too pleased to provide any information and advice you may require.