WELCOME TO THE BARNARD CASTLE ANGLING CLUB
Barnard Castle River will be showcased in Trout and Salmon Magazine!
Keep an eye out for it late Jan / Feb next year!
Fishing for Salmon on Col.Watson's water is now allowed in the month of October
If your looking for day tickets you can also collect them online from TheFishingPassport.co.uk/fishing/tees
WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS - Click here to apply
On this site you will find any information you may need about the BCAClub or the water that we fish and maintain. The club is a non-profit club as all of its members fees go towards continuing to maintain the river. If you are a Club Member please use the website to your advantage by checking water levels, weather, live river cameras, check for club notices from around ourselves and your local area as well as many other things.
Frequently Asked Questions to the Club
How do I become a member?
I am a member how do i renew my membership next year?
Please click here - Renewing Members - to go to the Renewing Members page on the website.
All the details on how you can renew your membership are posted there.
PAYPAL RENEWAL IS NOW CLOSED! - You can no longer use this option to renew now.
Does the club have any rules and what are they?
Do I need a fishing License before I can fish?
Yes, you must have a Environmental Agency Rod Licence as well as a BCAClub membership or a day pass to be able to fish on the Barnard Castle section of the Tees . These documents must be with you at all times as surprise checks can be carried out at any time.
Rod Licences come in two different types and which one you need depends on the type of fish your catching:
These licences can also be bought for the whole season for:
Senior (65 or older),
Juniors (12 – 16),
Children (under 12)
As well as Day / Week Passes.
The differences in licences and prices can be found : Here – Environment Agency
And bought online from : Here – Post Office or at your local Post Office.
For BCAClub member ship see question 1 or go to the Day Passes Section
What are the border locations for the water?
Please click here - Map and Border Locations - to go to the Map and Border Locations page. Here you can use a Google map to see where our boundaries are and you can also download and print a copy of our club map so you can explore the boundaries yourself later.
Additional Rules for the Water and Border Locations
How do I check for Water Levels?
HOW DO I ENTER TO WIN A TROPHY?
Any questions or if you find any problems with the website please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.