Monthly Archives: February 2015

Safe passage – Scotland against Salmon farms

The Association have been approached by the campaign group Protect Wild Scotland for support for their ‘Safe Passage’ campaign They are advocating and campaigning for at the Scottish Government and the salmon farming industry immediately establish : A Moratorium on … Continue reading

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Work party – Wednesday 25th February 2015

The next work party will be on Wednesday 25th February at Glenquey and focussing on general scrub clearance and tidying Anyone interested in putting something back into Glenquey, getting a wee bit of exercise and a load of banter are … Continue reading

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Clearing timber – DAA work party on Wednesday 11th February

The guys have been out today clearing fallen lumber from the river above the Black Bridge (road up to Sheardale, between Dollar and Tillicoultry) A lot of hard work on chilly February afternoon’s helps a whole season of fishing in the … Continue reading

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River Forth Fisheries Trust – Anglers map of the Rivers Forth, Teith, Lenny and Allan Water

I am sure that both members and visitors to the Devon will visit other local rivers in the district in particular the Allan, Forth and Teith. The River Forth Fisheries Trust are raising money by selling Anglers Maps of the Rivers … Continue reading

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Identifying Sea Trout and Salmon

Our great friends at the River Forth Fisheries Trust have posted two fantastic guides to distinguishing Sea Trout and Salmon SALMON –  http://www.fishforth.co.uk/rfft/conservation/salmon-identification/ SEA TROUT – http://www.fishforth.co.uk/rfft/conservation/sea-trout-identification/ The posters are courtesy of the Atlantic Salmon Trust and can be downloaded. The illustrations … Continue reading

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Work party – Wednesday 11th February 2015

Six dedicated members have been out today clearing the winter’s bounty of falling lumber from the river & banks  around the Haugh and the Touch area. Anyone interested in putting something back into the river, getting a wee bit of exercise … Continue reading

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Salmon and Sea-Trout permits

All applications for an all-species season permit [Brown Trout, Salmon and Sea Trout] must be accompanied by two passport size photographs. Permits should be returned at the end of the season along with catch return (allowing the photos to be recycled … Continue reading

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