Monthly Archives: May 2015

Diseased eels in Scottish waters

The River Forth Fisheries Trust have reported on Facebook problems with diseased eels being found in the River Dee by the Dee Fisheries Trust and on the Spey. The eels have been returning to the river with large lesions on there … Continue reading

Posted in DAA News, River Devon miscellaneous, River fishing

Forth District Salmon Board – response to the consultation on licencing to kill wild salmon

The River Forth Fisheries Trust and Forth District Salmon Fishery Board have responded to he Scottish Government on the recent consultation on the proposed licence to kill wild salmon. http://www.fishforth.co.uk/fdsfb/files/2015/05/Licence-to-Kill-Consulation-Forth-DSFSB-and-Forth-FisheriesTrust.pdf They appear to have made a very representation, particularly on behalf … Continue reading

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Glenquey – have you lost a box of flies ?

A freshly mislaid box of flies was found at Glenquey last week by an angler who has handed them in to the Association (Thanks Jack). If you have mislaid a box of flies please contact David Mudie (01259 213891) or … Continue reading

Posted in Glenquey fishing, Glenquey journal

River Devon April update

It hasn’t been the easiest of starts to the season with periodic snow melt, low water levels and cold water temperatures supressing hatches and trout activity. The best of the early season fishing was had by the bait anglers, while … Continue reading

Posted in River fishing, River journal

Glenquey April Update

Despite many beautiful spring days, winter still put in an appearance on a few occasions making the access road all but impassable on a couple of mornings (halting even work on repairing the boathouse). It still didn’t put off anglers with … Continue reading

Posted in Glenquey fishing, Glenquey journal

River Forth Fisheries Trust & Forth District Salmon Board online

  It is great to see the both our Fisheries Trust and Salmon Board reaching out to anglers using electronic media. River Forth Fisheries Trust Website    http://www.fishforth.co.uk/rfft/ Invasive species http://www.fishforth.co.uk/inns Twitter https://twitter.com/ForthFishTrust Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/RiverForthFisheriesTrust?fref=ts Forth District Salmon Board Website   http://www.fishforth.co.uk/fdsfb/Continue reading

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