Buy Other Items

We sell various other permits and items to help you and your family enjoy your fishing even more. More details about all of them are shown below.

You can buy all these items by:
– Using the Online Shop, and paying by credit card, debit card or PayPal
– Buying by post from the Membership Secretary (see his contact details here)
– Visiting a BCAA Agent (though we advise ringing them first to see if they sell the item you want)

What we sell (click on the links below for more details):

Membership Adult, Concessionary and Junior Membership. Please click the link to the left for full details. Various
Second Rod Permit : Only required by a Junior member if they wish to fish two rods, when allowed by individual fishery rules. An annual second rod permit costs £10 and can only be obtained from the General Secretary – see his contact details here.

For safety reasons, BCAA requires all anglers under the age of 12 years to be accompanied by a responsible adult in the same peg.

Use of a second rod is included in Adult and Concessionary memberships without extra charge.

Map Books: Detailed (A5) colour map book, showing each club water, access points and limits. £5.00
Keys : Members require a key to gain access to Shipton, Staveley, Oakworth and Roecliffe Bottom fisheries.  A key is also required to access the fishing upstream of Inghey Bridge on the Broughton to Gargrave stretch of the River Aire. £1.75
Guest Permit: Allows a member to take a guest for a day’s fishing on any or all of our waters. £8.00 per day
Night Permit: Permits a member to night-fish Shipton or Staveley large lake for one night. £5.00 per night
Season night permit: Permits a member to night-fish both Shipton AND Staveley Large Lakes throughout the season. All proceeds will be used to purchase stock for these waters. £50.00
Day permit We do not sell Day Tickets or Permits for any of our fisheries. However, BCAA members may take a Guest for a day, by using the Guest Permit facility detailed above.
Under-12 Membership We no longer issue an Under-12 membership.  Any person aged 16 or under is eligible to apply for a Free* Junior Membership in their own name instead.  Applications should be made via the Online Shop or from the General Secretary – see his contact details. not available
Social Membership An Adult or Concessionary Member can apply for Social Membership of BCAA for another named person. This allows the Social Member to accompany the Adult or Concessionary member when they go fishing, though the Social Member cannot fish and enjoys no other privileges of BCAA membership. FREE *

* Junior and Social Memberships bought via our Online Shop are in fact charged at 1p because our payment gateway cannot handle zero-cost items.