- What's New
- Some recent updates
- 5 December 2013
• December 2013 Reel Talk
- 3 December 2013
• November 2013 Dry casting
• November 2013 Fishing
- 30 October 2013
• November 2013 Reel Talk
• October 2013 Dry casting
• September 2013 Fishing
• October 2013 Fishing
- 23 October 2013
• AAAWA Competition numbers
- 2 October 2013
• October 2013 Reel Talk
• September 2013 Dry casting
- 19 September 2013
• 2013/14 Office bearers and Committee
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The Surf Casting and Angling Club of WA (Inc.) was formed in 1952 and is one of the oldest existing fishing and casting clubs in Western Australia.
Experienced Club members welcome the opportunity to teach people fishing and casting and increase the skills of fellow members.
Our charter is to promote club recreational fishing, dry casting, friendly competition, fun and fellowship, and to compete in club and State competitions.
Fishing Field days are held once each month from Kalbarri in the north to Bremer Bay on the south coast and include Rottnest and many places in between. A local metropolitan field day is held each month for members who can't go on the trip away.
Our fishing is from the shore: surf fishing, beach fishing, rock fishing, rock wall fishing, reef fishing, jetty fishing, estuary fishing, etc. Read more
Dry casting is instruction and competition in distance casting and accuracy casting on a grassed area. It is important in the development of casting skills used when fishing anywhere. Read more
The Club monthly magazine "Reel Talk" has details of Club activities and the benefits of being a club member, particularly all those fishing and casting tips from experienced club members. Read more
General meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month. We have an instruction period covering a wide range of subjects including fishing techniques, preparations for the next fishing trip, fishing tackle, fishing rigs, etc. Read more
Come to some Club events as a visitor, to our monthly dry casting mornings, fishing trips or general meetings. Read more
Come to a Club event to meet us, then fill out and send us an application for membership plus the nomination fee. The form needs to be signed by you and two financial Club members. Read more
The Club operates under a Constitution, is managed by a Committee, and events are run following a set of Competition rules and a Code of ethics. Read more
The Club owns an air conditioned holiday house at Kalbarri which is available for rent to the public and club members at competitive rates. Read more
All members who have been accepted into the club between July 2013 and June 2014 will be in a draw to receive 1 year's free membership, valued at up to $120. Read more