2021 Permits – March update #1

The new season is getting very very close so time for an update on the permit situation, well for the moment it is literately a cut and paste of the last update Angling Scotland’s Covid guidance for angling – https://www.anglingscotland.org.uk/covid-19-advise-when-we-get-back-to-fishing/

The lockdown means a number of our outlets remain closed, but we have been able to distribute Brown Trout permits to the following outlets:

DOLLAR – The Sorting Office [including Glenquey Permits]

TILLICOULTRY – The Paper Shop

ALLOA – Buicks

As soon as other are able to open and have permits we will provide an update on the website

While the current restrictions persist, please do not break the Covid Regulations to travel from outside Clackmannanshire to purchase permits. If travel restrictions remain in place on 15th March (hopefully not) then we will find away, in advance of the seasons start, to provide permits for residents of Perth & Kinross. As soon as Covid Regulations allow permits will be distributed to outlets as soon as reasonably practical.

Annual Salmon and Sea Trout permits are available directly from the Hon Secretary as usual.

THIS INFORMATION WILL BE UPDATED AS/WHEN RESTRICTIONS ARE CHANGED

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1 Response to 2021 Permits – March update #1

  1. David Kenyon says:

    Hi there. Looking forward to the new season. Hopefully get over from Fife soon!
    Just wondering how the fishing is below the reservoir at the start of the run?
    Worth a try?

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