About Us

The SFCA is the Scottish Governing Body for the sport of Coarse Angling. It was established in the early 1970’s and is committed to the protection of coarse fish stocks in Scotland, and providing equal opportunity for all to get involved and enjoy the sport of coarse angling in a safe and responsible way.

We run programmes and courses to increase the number of anglers fishing for fun, run competitions and provide training to increase the number of UKCC coaches required for help individuals to develop within the sport.

We engage with stakeholders from across the broad spectrum of the angling sector on issues affecting coarse angling. Key stakeholders include;

  • Scottish Government
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Scottish Environmental Protection Agency
  • Local Councils
  • Angling Development Board of Scotland
  • Educational Bodies
  • Fisheries’ Boards and Trust
  • the Fishing Tackle trade

Every day we are fighting for the future of YOUR fishing, but we need YOUR support to continue to do this, and to develop the sport of Coarse Angling in Scotland further.

Please give us this support by becoming a member and joining online today.

Become a member by joining the SFCA online today.
Do you have a passion for the sport? Have you got a bit of spare time? Find out how you can get involved.

Protecting Children and Vulnerable Adults within Angling is a key responsibility and Commitment of the SFCA.

Latest News

08/07/2018

Membership Prize Draw 2018

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15/06/2018

Carp Team Scotland Squad Announcement

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10/06/2018

New Format for Ladies National Championships

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08/06/2018

Scottish Government Consultation on Pike Conservation Measures

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