We are based in Wirral and Cheshire West, with affiliated fishing rights in North Wales and Shropshire
Port Sunlight Angling Club
Our Founder members, who in 1947 formed the club, were employees at Levers Soap factory and our earliest Wirral waters were gifted to us by the late Lord Leverhulme.
We now have a diverse portfolio that will appeal to all aspects of coarse angling from intimate Crucian ponds to Carp pools, many miles of both canal and river angling in Wirral, Chester and Cheshire West, North Shropshire and Wrexham.
disabled access pegs
Venues to Fish
Matches per year
Notices & Reminders
|Monday 18/05/2020||Membership closed to New Members|
|Thursday 14/05/2020||ALL WATERS RE-OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS|
Great News for our members as we add two great new waters to our portfolio!
Fish safe, Fish Local.
Click on the image to see the Angling Trust’s interpretation of how Angling can continue during Lock-down-3, making sure that anglers continue to keep themselves and others safe by following the Governments advice on travel and social distancing etc.
PSAC Holds a Successful & Enjoyable Free Let's Fish Event
Participants and supporters of the Claire House Club Challenge raised an impressive amount!
The Claire House Club Challenge was a great success again this year, with the 87 participants and supporters raising an impressive £12,705.66 for Claire House Children’s Hospice.
Well done to all those who supported by donating and sponsoring the members of their favourite teams. Any donation helps Claire House Children’s Hospice to continue with their invaluable work.
Our affiliation with Dee Anglers has become even better with them acquiring the fishing on the Montgomery Canal at Lower Frankton. Additional details can be found HERE
PSAC Receive 600 Crucian
Port Sunlight Angling Club are one of the fortunate clubs to receive a stocking, in our case, 600 two-year-old Crucians supplied by the EA as part of the National Crucian Conservation Project which is funded by the Angling Trust.Port Sunlight Angling Club are one of the fortunate clubs to receive a stocking, in our case, 600 two-year-old Crucians supplied by the EA as part of the National Crucian Conservation Project which is funded by the Angling Trust.