Monthly Archives: September 2015

Glenquey final part of the season update

I have it on very good authority that Scottish Water have lowered the level of the reservoir substantially for planned works, which by all accounts will open up at least ┬ásome of the north bank for some late season action. … Continue reading

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Lost property at Glenquey

A watch has been found at Glenquey If you have lost a timepiece while fishing at Glenquey in the recent past please get in touch with details/description and we will endeavour to reunite you with it! Contact details here https://devonanglingassociation.org.uk/about-3/contact/

Posted in Glenquey fishing, Glenquey journal

Glenquey August update

Well the most important news was undoubtedly the decision of the Scottish Government to refuse planning permission to CEMEX to operate a sand & gravel quarry in Glenquey. It has been a long saga and hopefully the risk of quarrying … Continue reading

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River Devon early September update

Well only four weeks or so of the trout season to go! The general consensus is that the trout fishing on the river has been pretty good, in part I guess from the generally wet summer that has all but … Continue reading

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