Monthly Archives: August 2014

IMPORTANT – Access to Glenquey during the Ryder Cup – 22nd to 28th September

Regular anglers visiting Glenquey may have noticed road signs indicating that the A823 will be closed at the junction with the A91 at Yetts of Muckhart for the duration of the Ryder Cup (22nd to 28th September 2014). I have been … Continue reading

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River Forth Fishery Trust update – August 2014

The good folks at the River Forth Fishery Trust have been busy throughout the catchment; which for the Devon means making some good progress towards improving the performance of the Dollar Weir fish pass. The INNS team (that’s Invasive Non-Native Species team … Continue reading

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Survey – Anglers attitudes towards otters and piscivorous birds

We have received the following request for participants for a survey of anglers attitudes towards otters and piscivorous birds (fish eating birds – kingfishers, herons, cormorants, goosanders, mergansers, ospreys etc) My name is Kelsey Baird, and I am a Masters … Continue reading

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Five nations fly fishing competion – 8th and 9th August – The Results

  SANA have published the results from Five Nations Fly Fishing completion here http://www.sana.org.uk/ : Team event: Gold Medal – Team England B Silver Meddal – Team England A Bronze Medal – Team Scotland A https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47616133/5N%20Top%203%20Teams%202014.pdf Individual Event: Gold Medal … Continue reading

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Five nations fly fishing competion – 8th and 9th August

As part of the Stirling International Angling Festival, the Devon played host as one of the venue of the Five Nations Flyfishing Competition where teams from Scotland, Ireland, England, France and Belgium fished the Devon, Carron, Carron Reservoir and Lake of … Continue reading

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