Formed in 1962, D.C.A.C. control several excellent stretches of the River Wear in and around the City and is one of the longer established clubs in the region.
Durham City Angling Club, one of the fastest growing clubs in the area, has waters to satisfy the needs of all freshwater fishermen, from salmon/sea trout and specimen/specialist coarse fishing on the River Wear to still-water coarse/match/specimen fishing on its four lake still-water complex at Brasside...and all for the same very affordable annual membership fee, amounting to no more than the cost of half a dozen ‘commercial water’ day tickets (and less than 2 day tickets in the case of a Junior member under 16). Members' spouses fish for free, as do their children and grandchildren under the age of 16.*
*Restrictions may apply at Brasside.
Welcome To Durham City Angling Club
In line with the latest government policy on controlling the Corvid 19 virus all DCAC waters will be open for fishing from Wednesday 13th May 2020.
There are however some stipulations:-
You are advised to maintain social distancing at all times and be 15 meters apart when fishing.This will mean some pegs will be closed off where necessary.
Having reviewed the night fishing policy, the responsible club officers feel that there has been no significant change in both the clubs ability to provide a safe hygienic sanitised toilet that meets the Angling Trust guidelines, or the threat of coronavirus to the community.
Therefore the 'No night fishing policy' will remain in effect until significant change is evident.
In appreciation for members adhering to the policy, the hours of daylight fishing can now be opened up and fishing allowed from dawn till dusk
The club insurance will not cover members outside of these hours.
Please do not visit club waters if you are suffering from Coronavirus symptoms.
For your own and the safety of others please use hand sanitiser before and after touching gates and locks. Disposable gloves are recommended.
Fishing with lures and spinners, at Brasside is prohibited for the duration of the Coronavirus crisis.(Details on notice board on site)
You may use keep nets
we will review the situation on an ongoing basis and make changes as required.
The Angling Trust has published New advice for anglers and clubs.Please take the time to read it.
Click on the link below to access this information
Enjoy your fishing
Watch out the bugs are about!! There have been several recent reports of lots of mosquito bites and also horse flies at Brasside. Be prepared -- use an insect repelant
Due to social distancing requirements we will no longer be taking membership fees at Brasside.
See below for membership options
There are two ways of obtaining or renewing a membership for 2020:-
Click on this link(or type it in your browser) to take you to the 'Clubmate' registration page and follow the instructions.
Send a completed application form together with your fee (cheques only please no cash) and a stamped self - addressed envelope (SAE) to the following address :-
22 North View
Please abide by the Governments rules to keep you and your families safe and lighten the load on our NHS
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CROXDALE
From 1st April 2019 DCAC does not have access to the water subleased to us by Ferryhill under the Ferryham arrangement. Please DO NOT fish these waters until further notice. Click on link below to go to Ferryhill Club news page.
Downloadable Application Form Available.
Please note that
DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT BRASSIDE
Membership Renewal Due 1st February for Current Members & New Members
All members will have to renew
Senior (23 - 64) £60
Pensioner (65+) /Disabled: £40
Intermediate (17 - 22): £25
Junior (up to 16): £10
3 Year Membership Now Available
5 Year Membership Now Available £250
Visitor membership no longer available
All members, current and new, will receive a new membership number