There are many challenges for SSACN; we need active supporters to write articles, research issues and work throughout Scotland with local press, politicians and conservation groups. If you are interested in joining in, please contact us using the form at the foot of the page.

SSACN has no paid officers; we are a purely voluntary organisation and we are dependent on our Membership and Sponsors for the funds we need to fight the sea angling conservation cause. Please consider taking out one of the following Memberships and/or use the donations button to make a one-off contribution.

Full Membership of SSACN has annual and lifetime options with reductions for Juniors and Family Memberships. Club Membership offers the opportunity for any club to highlight their commitment to conservation and get a great discount for their members, a single Annual subscription provides Full Membership benefits for up to 20 members; larger groups by negotiation.

Corporate Membership is available for businesses who wish to support our sea angling conservation activities by direct donation. Sponsor Membership is available by negotiation for those businesses offering our Members discounts on services or products.

Associate Membership of SSACN provides a free ‘taster’ of SSCAN through the regular newsletters and email updates, but does not entitle an individual to vote at AGM’s, EGM’s or any other such meetings. Simply send an email to letting us know you you wish to join.


Selecting one of the drop down options on the ‘buy now’ button below will enable you to pay by just about any credit or debit card; or through Paypal itself. Your support will be greatly appreciated.

Available Memberships

Or you may just want to show your support for our work by making a donation - if so please use the following :

Anyone wishing to make their payment / contribution by cheque should make it payable to The Scottish Sea Angling Conservation Network and send it to :

22 Pitreavie Place, Kirkcaldy, KY2 6JX

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(note:: the fish was returned alive)

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