Darlington Brown Trout

Angling Association
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COVID-19 Update 5.1.21

We are delighted to inform members that The Government have now formally responded to the representations made by the Angling Trust and fishing IS ALLOWED to go ahead during this national lockdown. 

The Darlington Brown Trout Angling Club (DBTAA) was formed over 100 years ago and is considered by it’s members to be one of the foremost clubs in the area.

By constitution the club is limited to 550 members together with it’s OAP, Ladies and Junior sections.

Lane Fox Pond

River Swale

River Swale

The club now owns, manages or has access to over 10 miles of fishing on the River Tees, 4 miles of river on the River Swale, as well as stretches on the Lune and the Skerne add this to a number of ponds this make up a formidable array of fishing venues catering for both coarse and game fishing enthusiasts.

The DBTAA is one of four members of the Association of Teesside and District Angling Clubs (ATDAC). This association also controls long stretches of the River Tees and 2 ponds, Westgate and Bishopton Mill. All members of the DBTAA must also be members of ATDAC.

Membership

Membership forms are available from Darlington Angling Centre, North Road.  Details regarding the cost of membership are available by clicking here. 

Please Note: When entering or leaving DBTAA water, especially Lane Fox Pond,  please be respectful of our neighbours. NO loud music and NO slamming or banging of gates.  Please turn off car radios etc before arrival. 

NOISE MUST BE KEPT TO A MINIMUM AND RESIDENTS MUST BE UNDISTURBED. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE WITH THIS.