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Membership until 31st March 2015
Help us to safeguard and protect your angling in Norfolk
(Note standard NACA membership runs from 1st Jan annually to 31st December following and doesn't include membership or fishing rights on any of our managed fisheries, seperate membership applies)
Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association are members of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal and fully support their work to develop and represent angling in all disciplines .
We also recommend that all individuals, clubs and fisheries support the work the Angling Trust is doing to fully unite angling.
To find out more and join the Angling Trust use the link above and visit the website.
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Welcome to the new and updated Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association website, many new features have been built into this new site that will make it easier to manage and update. This will allow us to provide information about the Association, its work and its fisheries on a regular basis. The site is still being developed in the background so some of this will be added progressively over the coming weeks and months. In the meantime please browse the site and make use of the information provided.
Founded in 1985 in an effort to capture the obvious unity that existed within angling in Norfolk to fight for the rivers that had until recently been top grade fisheries, but due to over abstraction and mis-management were in decline. Much of this history of who, what and when is recorded in About NACA and if you value your own fishing, this would be a good section to visit, you may even consider the value of setting up a local version of what NACA has striven to achieve.
Membership of Norfolk Anglers Conservation Association is open to all, and applies in several categories
NB:(please note membership of the Association doesn't include automatic Access or fishing rights to any of our fisheries)