Mumbles Motor Boat & Fishing Club (MMBFC)
Mumbles Motor Boat & Fishing Club.
The club is well organised and very sociable with some 200 members, including family members and juniors, who have a range of interests. These interests include one species fishing, social fishing, match fishing, and casting. We are all passionate about our sport of pleasure fishing.
Whether we are fishing from the shore, boat, rivers or lakes we all care about the fishing environment, other anglers and the future of all forms of fishing. We all respect minimum fish sizes, conservation, catch & release and angling etiquette.
Full Membership (Single Adult) £30. Family Membership (two adults) £35. Each additional Family Junior Member £1.
Junior Membership (Under 18) £5; Senior Citizen Membership £15. For new adult members there is also a joining fee of £10 to pay. Senior Citizen Membership £15. Family Senior Citizen Membership (2 adults) £20.
For anyone joining from the 1st July the fees will be reduced by 50% to cover the remaining 6 months of the membership year. It is also possible to join in November and pay the full rate for the following Membership Year, this would then include the months November & December for free, i.e 14 months for the cost of 12 months.
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23 Hilland Drive,
Swansea. SA3 3AJ.
Phone: 01792 232843
Club Location & Details
The Club members meet on Thursday evening, from 7.00pm to 11.00pm, in the upstairs room of the Mumbles Rugby Football Club,
588 Mumbles Road, Mumbles,
Ttel: 01792 - 368989. MRFC is next door to the Moonlight restaurant.
Oystercat is a stunning blue hulled Blyth 33 (10m) Workcat fitted with twin Iveco 330hp diesel engines.
When we first saw her it was her sheer size that impressed us the most. For a boat of only 33 feet long and 16 feet wide she looked enormous! There is tons of room for the 12 anglers as you can spread right round the wheelhouse.
On the drift everyone can move round and fish one side
and the stern, also good for wrecking, without performance being affected. The boat stays steady in a sea and the large cabin will accommodate most anglers on board.