Welcome to the Devon Angling Association website.
Update Monday 2nd June – The River Devon re-opened for fishing on Friday 29th May 2020 and already a number of anglers have caught some quality wild trout, despite the very low water in the Devon. We have updated the list of available outlets, see Covid-19 update #4 opposite
More good news – we are now in a position to offer fishing at Glenquey from Wednesday 3rd June 2020 – Permits will be limited to only 10 per day and anglers will be expected to exercise the required social distancing and responsibility. See Covid-19 update #5 [updated 02/06/20] opposite
NOTICE update 2nd June 2020 – please note the change to permit sales for Glenquey noted in Covid-19 update #5 – [updated 02/06/20 #A] opposite. The ten daily permits for Glenquey will be available from the Sorting Office, Dollar [NB they prefer cash for permit sales] until the 15th June when the Sorting Office and Mona’s will have five permits per day
The Association offer fishing on approximately 15 miles of the River Devon in Clackmannanshire and Kinrossshire; from below Castlehill Reservoir in Glendevon to Menstrie .
The river provides good opportunities to catch migratory Salmon and Sea Trout, particularly in the later part of the season and the river holds excellent hard fighting native Brown Trout all to the stunning backdrop of the Ochils.
Additionally the Association is able to offer members and visitors bank fishing on Glenquey Reservoir in the heart of the Ochils.
The website is intended to provide information & news for members of the Association, provide a guide for visitors to the Devon & Glenquey and hopefully be of interest to all.
All Salmon caught on the River Devon must be returned to the river without exception.
For the latest news of the Association , River Devon & Glenquey plus other related snippets please see the DAA News & Blog tab.