Yarm Angling Limited control over 5 miles of prime fishing on the River Tees around the historic town of Yarm, 1 mile of water on the Middle Tees at Bowl Hole (Low Middleton), and two stillwaters.
Much of this is available to fish on a day ticket, to be purchased from the clubhouse (open 7.00 p.m to 11.00 p.m. Daily) prior to fishing. Day tickets are only available for guests sponsored and accompanied by members.
We are also one of the few clubs in the country to have our own licenced headquarters, including meeting room facilities, which is open daily from 7:00 p.m.
There is no waiting list for new membership, follow this link for details of membership costs and how to join.
IF YOU WANT TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND YOUR MEMBERSHIP FOR ANY REASON PLEASE CONTACT THE CLUB THROUGH LETTER OR EMAIL. THIS COULD AVOID YOU HAVING TO RE-PAY THE JOINING FEE IF YOU DECIDE TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP IN THE FUTURE.Our book, “The History of Yarm Angling Club”, written by Mike Broadley, was issued free to all members and was well received. New members will also receive a free copy and additional copies can be purchased for £5.00 from the Clubhouse and CAC & DAC tackle shops.
The latest position (points and weights) for the club championship is available here.
Members of Yarm Angling Limited must also be members of the Association of Teesside and District Angling Clubs (ATDAC), giving access to a further 8 miles of Middle Tees water and a couple of stillwaters. YarmAangling Limited are also a member of the Lower Tees Angling Association (LTAA), with access to about 2 miles of the Lower Tees at Bowesfield. Note that this LTAA water is used for several small matches each year, click here for a list of dates.