Monthly Archives: April 2015

NOTICE – Car Parking at Glenquey

Just a wee reminder for anglers fishing at Glenquey, car parking is strictly not permitted on the Scottish Water road beneath the dam. Please use the DAA’s dedicated car park provided, park responsibly leaving space for other cars and under no circumstance take your vehicle … Continue reading

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Catching them young!

I was sent this photograph this week by the DAA president Bryan Anderson, showing Bryan taking his five year old nephew for his first fishing lesson on the Devon I dread to think what the age difference is, but I know … Continue reading

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Pike from the Devon – The Devon’s other fish contd

In the marvellous entitled “A Descriptive and Historical Gazetteer of the Counties of Fife, Kinross and Clackmannan: With Anecdotes, Narratives and Graphic Sketches, Moral, Political, Commercial and Agricultural” edited by one M. Barbieri the River Devon is described in 1857: … Continue reading

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Early season at Glenquey

Alan Graham was up at Glenquey on the 3rd of April on a typical early season day: Despite the early season conditions, he found the trout feeding on black midges and landing 17 trout including the first of his season: … Continue reading

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Glenquey – A new season beckons and a fight ahead

Today marked the opening day for our wee gem of a fishery, Glenquey Reservoir, tucked away in the Ochils. I suspect at least one angler would have been on the water today despite this mornings dusting of snow (no doubt togged … Continue reading

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