Junior (under 18) $15.00
Life Member Free
Annual subs must be paid no later than August 31st each year to maintain current membership.
Feel free to join us on a club night as a visitor any time, we would be pleased to see you.
To renew your membership, please complete the form at the link below and make your payment by internet banking as outlined on the form. You may also renew at club night or by mail.
Membership year is 1st of July to 30th of June and renewals must be paid no later than 31st of August each year.
Initially established in 1975, Hutt Valley Angling Club became an incorporated society in 1994
To establish, maintain and conduct a Club for the encouragement and promotion of recreational freshwater angling and all related activities.
In fulfilment of the above objective, to promote, protect and enhance by all means possible, the interests of Recreational Freshwater Anglers taking into account at all times that the resource must be preserved for the benefit of present and future generations.
About Hutt Valley Angling Club
We are a small club with current membership numbers of around 60. All visitors are warmly welcomed. You can contact a committee member or just come to one of our meetings, meet our members and experience the night for yourself. We would be glad to see you.
The club's primary aim is to promote the fun of Freshwater Trout Fishing and all relevant activities including:
Opportunity to learn new skills and share knowledge with other anglers.
Access to a comprehensive library with over 100 books and videos.
The use of club owned fly fishing equipment until you decide to purchase your own gear.
Guidance from club members on the art of fly fishing.
Coaching for fly casting and fly tying skills through experienced club members.
The fishing buddy group, where new members are buddied up with more experienced members for a fishing outing.
Club organised trips to North Island fishing destinations.
Up to date information for members on this website including club activities, news & views, articles, tall tales, product reviews, trip reports, fly fishing tips, and more.
Regular communications with the Wellington Fish & Game Council expressing the views and concerns of members in regard to fishing issues.