Hastings and St. Leonards Angling Association

  Website of the top sea angling club in East Sussex

Club available to members for

private parties, receptions, presentations, wakes, christening parties, etc. 

Visiting associations and coach parties welcome.

Kittiwakes can arrange a buffet

or you can bring your own food.

Speak to Sue by calling 01424 430120 to book in. Small charge payable. Wheelchair access

The results for HSLAA Mermaid Club Festival


Most Species

1st K Sturmer - 10

2nd B Ellis - 8 (460.8 points)

3rd F Slaughter - 8 (436.4 points)

Best Specimen 

P Murray - Plaice - 166.6% - 3lbs 12ozs

Most Specimens

P Murray - Plaice - 3lb 12ozs / Wrasse 2lb 11.6oz

Junior

Charlie Wells - 3 Fish

COMPS COMING UP!
Weather permitting
Sat (night) 17th June - Artemia Shield Boat Comp 1700-0800
Sat 22nd July - Midnight Shield 1800-2300
Beach Comps start again 8th Sept

KITTIWAKES FOOD BAR

with Clare Butler

Breakfasts, Lunches and Curry Nights

Sunday Roast


Kittiwakes Opening Hours

7am to 4pm every day plus Curry Nights


Curry Night Every Wednesday from 6pm

Three meat selections plus a vegetarian option


The club has a keen beach and boat angling and social community. We can accommodate boats up to 23 feet in length in our secure compound provided they are fitted with beach keels, as boats are beach launched. We have workshops for boat maintenance and fitting of keels by yourself if required, and secure storage areas for outboard engines and fishing gear. The area around Hastings uniquely offers a very wide variety of fishing, see our club records and photo gallery. You will be in good company in this very friendly club.  Our members come from all walks of life and can offer help and advice if required. Our membership fees are very reasonable.

**New Bass Rules: From 1st January the new rules from the EU come into force. All bass will have to be released unhurt to the sea immediately after capture. Guidance from the Sussex IFCA (Inshore Fishing & Conservation Authority) the IFCA's control fishing from high tide to the six mile limit.**