Monthly Archives: January 2016

It’s only ……

……. 48 days to the start of the new season! At times in the last week it has almost felt like April (though to be fair it has on some days felt like January too, all on the same day). … Continue reading

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Braving the elements – work parties !

A bit of cold and snow does not put of the regulars of the DAA work party getting on with preparing the river for the new season For the last two Wednesday the guys have been clearing the winter’s spate … Continue reading

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DAA AGM – 12th January 2016

The Annual General Meeting of the Devon Angling Association was held at the Royal Arms, Tillicoultry on Tuesday 12th January 2016. 20 Members attended and contributed to a lively interesting meeting. David Mudie, the association’s Honorary Secretary reported to the meeting … Continue reading

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The new DAA newsletter

The annual newsletter has been published for distribution through the usual outlets and is available to be read here: https://devonanglingassociation.org.uk/about-3/newsletters-2/ Thanks to Dennis Toon for his excellent work producing the newsletter (for the eighteenth year on the trot) and to every one that … Continue reading

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Greetings, it’s only 60 days to go!

A slightly belated Happy New Year to all our members and visitors With the thermometer plunging and the Ochils white with snow, its nice to reflect that the new fishing season on the Devon is only 60 days away! Hopefully … Continue reading

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DAA Annual General Meeting – 12th January 2016

The Annual General Meeting of the Devon Angling Association will take place at The Royal Arms, Tillicoultry, on Tuesday 12th January 2016 at 7.30 pm. Location https://goo.gl/maps/FkyGM5vQzqF2 There will be much to discuss alongside the normal business of the evening, in … Continue reading

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