Monthly Archives: March 2015

The DAA engineers

  In the last couple of weeks our dedicated Wednesday work parties have been busy at Glenquey and on the River. Recently they have been out demonstrating their civil engineering skills repairing and building bridges Laying the foundations The completed … Continue reading

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Launch Of Consultation On Proposed Conservation Measures To Introduce A Licensing System For Killing Wild Salmon In Scotland

You may have read in the press, fishing press and internet about the Scottish Governments consultation on  introduce a licensing system for killing wild salmon in Scotland. Like most organisation affected the DAA as an Association will consider the proposal and … Continue reading

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River Forth Fisheries Trust – Spring 2015 newsletter

Our good friends at the River Forth Fisheries Trust have published their Spring newsletter setting out all the fantastic work they are doing throughout the Forth catchment Read it here  

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The Devon’s other fish – Lampreys

While looking for some work related information I found an old memory stick with some  fishing photos. Amongst the usual photos of trophy 8″ trout were some photos I took in April 2007 that I had completely forgotten about. As … Continue reading

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A pollution near miss

On Wednesday 4th March 2015 with our new season just eleven days off, the Devon and a very lucky driver had an extremely close call. In the early hours an articulated fuel tanker came off the A977 at Powmill and ended up in … Continue reading

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2015 Brown Trout permits

  With the new season on the Devon only fourteen days away, I am pleased to confirm that the 2015 Brown Trout permits have now been distributed to all our stockists for sale. Permit prices for 2015 season remain unchanged with … Continue reading

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