You have found Sea-Angling-Ireland SAC.
Why would you join?
If you work odd hours and/or you are located geographically a long way from a sea angling club, then here is the perfect solution. Members of the bulletin boards have held both comeptitions and informal meets in Leinster, Connaught Munster and Ulster. As a member of an IFSA affiliated SAC, you would be able to compete in all other IFSA club open competitions, and you will have the benefit of the IFSA insurance scheme.
Who can join?
Donal O'Neill – Chairman John Diamond- Secretary Sean Ivory – Treasurer Marco De Kleer - PRO Donal Domeney - Recorder JP Molloy
Email: committee AT saisac.org
How much is it?
Seniors: 50 Euro
A sizeable chunk goes to the IFSA for affiliation and insurance. The more people join, the more we will have available to fund competitions, meetings, and possibly other events around the country.
How can you join?
Membership Open for 2017
Full Membership costs 50 Euro a year, you may enter our competitions and you will have a vote at the Sea Angling Ireland AGM.
If You have a Paypal account or Credit Card enter your site username and click the button below.
You may also join “Offline”
Offline: Mail a cheque or postal order (enclosing your name and address) to the value of €50 payable to
” Sea Angling Ireland SAC “
211 Temple Court
How will the club communicate with you?
On the bulletin boards, specifically the last one which is set aside for SAC business. We have experimented wirth a chat room but it has not been as successful as anticipated. If personal communication is required, this
can be done with total privacy using the private message (PM) function on the
bulletin boards or you can give us your email address and we can use that as
well/instead. The use of modern technology means no letters, no posters,
none of your annual subscription wasted.
What can I get out of it?
As much as you are prepared to put in! Seriously, if you travel to the competitions you will enjoy them and meet lots of fellow anglers from all over the country – its always nice to put a face to a name / avatar and we will do our best to locate and time competitions so that average anglers will avoid the dreaded blank! The list of competition venues will be posted shortly…
We will be hosting competitions around Ireland at some of the country’s premier marks, at times that suit the mark allowing you to target a wide variety of species throughout the year, and we’ve got some really nice ‘social’ honour based competitions planned. Careful planning has gone into the selection of venues and dates to ensure that the mark will be at its best relative to known tidal and other conditions.
This club will live or die by the effort expended by the members as much as by any committee. Being part of a any club, is about taking part, participating in every and any way possible and not waiting for “stuff” to happen.
You can contact us on
this bulletin board