Newbiggin SAC Headlines: Club members should note that the 2020/21 season is now over. Club members were asked for their preferences and the majority said we should call it a day until Aug/Sept and the start of the 21/22 season. Can club members also note that we are in need of one or two volunteers to help with the running of the club. Details are on the News Page.



Newbiggin and District Sea Angling Club fishes some of the most productive water in the North East. If you are interested in what the club or the area has to offer read on. There are shore maps, match Results and advice about how one of the most demanding but productive coastlines can be fished. If this gets your interest why not take part in our Open competition, or better still, join the club itself. Those of you who follow the open match circuit will know that the Newbiggin club members often feature in the prize list, and some of our junior members have done exceptionally well over the last few seasons.

The purpose of this website is to keep club members up to date with what’s going on and to encourage new people to join. The areas we fish should appeal to most anglers where for the masochists some of the ground is rock strewn and covered with kelp where getting a sinker back is something of an achievement, through the whole range of mixed ground conditions to some of the most productive beach marks in Druridge Bay and Sandy Bay for flatties, Cod, whiting and Bass. Hopefully there is something for everyone.

I think this website offers some of the most comprehensive guidance you will find on how to fish some of the best marks in South Northumberland.

There is also the excellent website for disabled anglers within the British Disabled Angling Association's website at I hope you find this interesting.

Club members should go to the news page for any new rules or information emerging from the current season. This Site is only an introduction to the Newbiggin Club and will be developed further. To navigate through the pages just go to the navigation bar and menus and after that to the areas that interest you most. There is some very good information in this site that has been provided by club members, so it should get you going from a firm footing and hopefully enable you to catch a few more fish.

I hope you find it useful.

Dave Swift