Monthly Archives: May 2019

‘Artifishal’ documentary screening Tueday 11th June 6.30pm – 8.30pm

In addition to the Forth District Salmon Fishery Board’s drop in session at the Forth Rivers Centre, Callander , the FDSFB and the Forth Rivers Trust will be hosting a screening of the documentary Artifishal produced by Patagonia. It outlines the impact … Continue reading

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Forth District Salmon Fishery Board – Public drop in event – Tuesday 11th June 3pm to 7.30pm

The Forth District Salmon Fishery Board will be hosting its annual drop in event at the Forth Rivers Centre in Callander. It will be an opportunity to find out what the FDSFB and partners have been doing in the catchment … Continue reading

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Season 2019 – May update

Well this afternoon was lovely, gone was the sunshine and replaced with a lovely dose of drizzle likely to extend over the bank holiday weekend. We really need more of this weather after yet another prolonged dry spring. Already Castlehill … Continue reading

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Forth Rivers Trust – Spring newsletter

Our friends at the Forth Rivers Trust have published their spring newsletter setting out some of their work on the whole Forth catchment: https://mailchi.mp/c5f3586c91f6/forth-rivers-trust-2018-recap-newsletter-2385549

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First 2019 season update

Apologies for the silence on the website, the DAA website is run from a PC at the end of the unclassified road at the far end of the Information Super Highway …….. finally after four weeks we finally have connections … Continue reading

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Tiger Trout (or for that matter Rainbow or Blue trout)

The Forth District Salmon Board posted the following on Facebook earlier this week: Reports of tiger trout being caught in the River Forth is something that crops up from time to time and generally the fish is killed and nothing … Continue reading

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Lost items

A couple of items have been mislaid at Glenquey in recent weeks David Hartley lost his mobile phone half way up the south bank (though the information I had was it might have ended up in the reservoir) Alan Graham … Continue reading

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