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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!



Reports of rays being caught along our coast has prompted some club members to have a bash creating a mini series of 4 Tuesday Evening matches prior to the start of the main winter league.

The 1st match 7.00pm – 10.00pm will be at Kessingland, meeting at the Sailors home PH at 6.00pm. fishing will be on a walk off basis drawing for slots @ 6.30pm

The following weeks venue will be decided each week

The Summer Cups will also be up for grabs. If you are  interested, just turn up or call Lee Sherwood for more info.


After a long campaign to allow access. The Pier has ben re-opened for Angling and use for the general public.

Well done and many thanks for all the hard work and efforts to all persons involved!

No vehicular access is allowed. Access to be by foot only.

Please use rubbish bins provided.

For those who do fish, please be mindful of other anglers and the general public and use a suitable casting style.

The LSAS does run a fishing match on Tuesday morning’s from 8.00am till Midday for anglers over 50 and registered disabled anglers.

Anyone wishing to fish, please turn up and make yourself know.


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).