The Fylde Boat Angling Club, often abbreviated to FBAC, is one of three boat angling clubs situated on the Fylde coast. Primarily dedicated to small boat angling (boats up to 18ft), the club also accommodates a thriving shore section.
Established in 1971 by a group of dedicated sea anglers, the club is now based with its headquarters on the lower walk promenade, at Bispham, just slightly North of the holiday resort of Blackpool.
The club provides a comprehensive service to the sea angler in the North West of England. Catering for both the Shore and Boat anglers alike, its location offers easy access to the fishing grounds off the Fylde Coast and into Morecambe bay.
A Founder member of the National Association of Boat Angling Clubs (NABAC) the club is actively supported by a membership in excess of 80 anglers and 40 small boats.
The club is dedicated to the needs of the local angling community including the disabled, details of which can be found below:
Boat and Shore Matches (see The Forum)
Launching is from the firm sandy beach at Bispham, situated between Blackpool and Cleveleys, using the clubs dedicated fleet of tractors.
Parking is readily available close at hand either on the public highway or local car park.