Clevedon Pier Sea Angling Club (CPSAC), was formed in 1989, not long after the pier was re-opened to the public, after many years of fundraising. The Pier had been closed since 1970, after one of its spans collapsed.
The pier offers access to deep waters, and is heavily used by anglers, both club members and day visitors.
It is an ideal venue for youngsters to learn their skills in safety, and also for the more advanced in year’s angler. The Club has a good percentage of the latter.
Club activities include two Sunday matches along with two midweek matches each month, and a Weekend at Slapton for the annual “Mackerel Bash”, along with a return match with Tenby & District S.A.C. and a long standing “Inter-pier “match with Birnbeck S.A.C.
There are many trophies competed for annually, and we hold our presentation evening along with our monthly meetings at the “Grove Sports and Social Club” in Nailsea. (Map on our website...www.clevedonpierseaanglingclub.com)).
The members are a friendly bunch, and anyone joining the club is sure to be offered advice on what to do and how to fish from whoever may be on the pier at the time.
We are members of the BCFSA, and have regularly supported their events over the years. We fish to their size limits, and have landed many specimens. The club hold two channel records.
We cater for anglers of all kinds, beginners, leisure or serious.
Membership of the club gives 24/7 access to the pier.
Membership forms can be downloaded from our website, or can be collected from the Pier toll house, or from “Oliver’s Angling” in Hill Rd Clevedon.