ABERAERON TOWN ANGLING CLUB
THE RIVER AERON’S ONLY ANGLING CLUB
Guest angler invitation week
The Club is trialling a new initiative this season. From 16th to 22nd June inclusive, any ATAC member can bring along one guest to fish the Club waters free of charge. The guest angler must be fishing with the Club member at all times and must adhere to all Club rules. EA rod licenses are required to fish and these are available on a daily rate if the guest does not hold a rod license. Note that a migratory trout and salmon license is needed to fish the Aeron - these are £8 per day, £23 per 8 days or £72 per season (concession season £48, juniors 12-16 £5 per season and children under 12 can fish for free).
EA rod license details are available here:
Llanerchaeron joint permit discount scheme
The season is now just two weeks away and the river is in good condition. Membership fees for 2014 have not changed over those of 2013 and the Club will be offering a joint permit discount again this year in conjunction with the National Trust at Llanerchaeron. Full details on the Partner Fishing page and Permits page.
Tregaron Angling Association permit exchange scheme
The Club are also hoping to offer a permit exchange scheme again with Tregaron Angling Association providing access to Tregaron's waters, including Teifi Pools, to two Aberaeron Town Angling Club members per day. Full details on the Partner Fishing page.
The 2013 AGM was held 31st January 2014 at the Black Lion Hotel, Aberaeron. It was poorly attended which is a shame but the business of the evening was dealt with effectively. The main points from the evening were:
The membership structure and fees remain unchanged for the 2014 season.
Annual presentation dinner
The 2013 annual presentation dinner was held at The Hive, Aberaeron. The evening was well attended and a great night was had by all. Trophies for the Club competition winners 2013 were presented as follows:
Unfortunately no entries were received for any of the river competitions on account of the poor fishing conditions and low catch rate for the season.