To the Lowestoft Sea Angling Society website. Possibly the most Easterly fishing club in the UK, we fish both salt and freshwater matches throughout the year. Miles of Suffolk and Norfolk coastline are within easy reach, so we have no excuse not to go fishing!
Our Committee is responsible for organising local Open and Charity matches.
The Society is a member of the Angling Trust. When not fishing we also hold the odd social event, from ten-pin bowling to trips up the river Waveney. So if you want some advice on the local hot-spots, or fancy fishing a match or two, drop us a line!
The Freshwater matches come to a close.
Starting on the 1st of June weights were below average but soon picked up with the arrival of the warmer weather.
With some new venues on the fixture list, there was some uncertainty on how the weights would compare to previous seasons.But with a combined weight of 3346lb 5oz it compared very well indeed.
Top honour went to Chris Scarff with an impressive 716lb 11oz. 2nd place went to Sam Blowers with a weight of 487lb 5oz despite missing the last 5 matches with Emma Goltenboth taking 3rd place with a respectable 440lb 9oz (Girl Power)
Top individual weight and club record of 177lb 8oz taken from Bergh Apton went to Hylton Brighty after narrowly beating a previous weight of 173lb 8oz set from the same venue by his Grandson Sam Blowers.
The Pairs Cup held at Halesworth’s 3rd Lake was won by Roy Grimson and Emma Goltenboth with a combined weight of 37lb 5oz
The Challenge Trophy held at Holy Farm was won by Chris Scarff with a weight of 43lb.
For a full list of weights please see the Freshwater Results section.
Its now time to put the freshwater tackle away and dust off the sea tackle ready for the start of the new season ahead.
Awaiting the start of the Sea Fishing Season
The start of this years Sea fishing season 2015 – 2016 will commence on Sunday the 4th of October followed by the Tuesday night matches starting on the 6th October. The Full fixture list to follow.
After the late summer reports along our coast that plenty of fish are being caught. Mainly Bass and Soles with the early run of Whiting.We are all pleased to see that this has continued into the Autumn with good bags of fish being caught in the club matches. Whiting and dabs account for most of the catches with a few bonus Bass and Codling being brought to the scales.
For those who have not rejoined as yet or new members who would like to join.Please contact the Secretary Paul Willis who can be found on the contact us page or alternatively turn up at a match and join on the day with the Match Secretary Lee Sherwood (Tuesday League) or Paul Whisstock (Sunday League).