Permits

Full Membership and visitor permits are available to buy from Brampton Post Office, with day, week and season options available. Permits to fish, and memberships, can also be obtained by contacting the membership secretary

Steven Mark, 9 Greencroft, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 1AX
016977 2359


A valid permit must be obtained before fishing any of the clubs waters.

New applicants, and existing members wishing to renew their subscriptions can download and print an application form from the link below, which should be returned to the membership secretary.

Permits

Membership Qualification 2017
Full Member Residing withing 5 miles of Association waters £30.00
Country Member Paid up member approved by the Executive Committee who has moved outside of the 5 mile limit £30.00
Retirement Member Member above statutory retirement age with documentary proof of qualification. Apply to the Membership Secretary £15.00
Associate Member Member living outside of the 5 mile limit £35.00
Junior Member Under 19 years of age. No residential restrictions apply. £5.00
Visitor Day Ticket £7.50
Visitor Weekly Ticket £16.50
Junior Visitor Day Ticket £3.00
Grayling Adult Ticket From 1st October to 14th March.
Fly fishing or trotting ONLY
£10.00
Junior Grayling Ticket From 1st October to 14th March.
Fly fishing or trotting ONLY
£3.00

Catch Return

To enable the Association to determine the effectiveness of habitat improvements, to inform future stocking policy, and to establish the value of lost amenity to members in the event of pollution, foot & mouth disease etc. it is necessary for all members to submit a catch return at the end of each season.

The catch return form must be forwarded to the Secretary no later than 31st October in any year.

Exchange Scheme

By virtue of membership of the Cumberland Angling Alliance, the association is able to provide exchange permits for Appleby, Keswick and Kirkby Stephen and Aspatria angling associations. Exchange agreements are also in place between the B.A.A. and both the Carlisle and Penrith associations. Two permits are available for each partner association on any one day. Access to the exchange scheme is through our treasurer David Farish Tel 016977 3411, and must be booked in advance.

Permits must be returned within the agreed timescale, failure to do so may result in members being denied further exchange permits for the current season. E.A. licences, B.A.A. permits and host association permits, maps and rules must be carried at all times, when on the water.

Exchange Scheme - Participating Member Associations

Trophies

Frank Latimer Memorial Trophy

Awarded for the capture of the largest grayling caught and returned to the water between the 1st October and the 30th September, excluding the close season of 15th March to 15th June.


J. C. Dryden Cup

Awarded for the capture of the largest trout in the adult section.


T. Warwick Cup

Awarded for the capture of the largest trout in the junior section.

All fish to be authenticated by being photographed alongside a current BAA membership card and measure snout, to fork of tail on a flat surface.
There is no need to kill fish for entry into the competitions.