Monthly Archives: May 2017

Glenquey catch returns – IMPORTANT

A gentle reminder for all anglers fishing at Glenquey; we really need your help to make sure that all catches are recorded on the permit and returned to the DAA. Knowing the numbers of fish caught, fish returned, fish taken … Continue reading

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Forth District Salmon Fishery Board – annual public meeting

The  Forth District Salmon Fishery Board are holding their annual public meeting on Wednesday 31st May 2017 at Dunblane Cathedral. Public begins at 7pm and the agenda is: Appologies for absence Minutes of the last meeting – open session only … Continue reading

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Get PLUCKING ……… help control Himalayan Balsam

Alan Graham made a great post on the home page encouraging all anglers to get plucking ……. Himalayan Balsam! So why and how? The river is blighted by two principal invasive plant species ……….. Japanese Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam. On … Continue reading

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Glenquey – access to the North Bank

At the home page there have been a few comments about accessing the north bank of Glenquey (right hand side as you look up Glenquey Reservoir from the dam). While there is a short cut crossing the spillway at the … Continue reading

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Early May update

A wee bit of an update on the Devon and Glenquey now we are a few good weeks into the 2017 season Though I haven’t seen it yet I understand that Alan Liddle has written a two page feature on … Continue reading

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Lost floating net – Taits Tomb and downstream

One of our anglers, Cailean Moore, has lost their floating net used to release fish (Leeda scoop net with grey foam insulation he had fitted to it’s frame)  downstream from Tates Tomb where he had parked If you come across it contact the DAA directly or … Continue reading

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Lost fly box – Fossoway Beat

If anybody comes across a double sided clear and black fly box on the Fossoway beats and would like to reunite it with it’s owner please email thedaa@talktalk.net; we will then endeavour to reunite it with its owner.

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