About Us

Navan & District Anglers Association was formed in 1955 and is a game angling club serving the Navan area. The angling club currently has over 200 adult members with fishing rights to approximately 23 km of river (c. 12.5 km of Blackwater and c. 10.5 km of Boyne) in the environs of Navan.

The purpose of Navan & District Anglers Association is to (1) promote and develop the sport of angling for the district of Navan; and, (2) to promote the rights of Members and the Association.

A primary objective of the Association is the preservation of Atlantic Salmon and Trout in sections of the River Boyne, River Blackwater and their tributaries within the control of the Association to provide angling to its members.

In addition to the club waters on the River Boyne and River Blackwater, the Association also provide lake boats for use by club members on Lough Lene and Lough Sheelin.