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Latest DAA newsletter

The Winter 2017/Spring 2018 DAA newsletter is available for download here: DAA – newsletter – Spring 2018 This and older newsletter can be seen here: https://devonanglingassociation.org.uk/about-3/newsletters-2/ Advertisements

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2018 AGM update

There was a strong turnout for the DAA AGM held at the Royal Hotel, Tillicoultry on 9th January and some lively discussions. The key issues that came up during the meeting were: Trout fishing on the Devon was generally very good with … Continue reading

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New permit outlet in Alloa

Please note that 2018 permits will be available from Buicks (Alloa) hardware store, Union Street, Alloa FK10 1EL

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The season end update

So a month has passed since the official end of the Devon Angling Association fishing season, time to wrap up another season and bring you up to date. The Annual General Meeting of the Devon Angling Association will take place … Continue reading

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2017 Season Salmon/Sea Trout catch returns

Members holding Salmon/Sea Trout  are reminded that their catch returns must be submitted to the Hon. Secretary by 20th November. Salmon/Sea Trout returns are mandatory! You can either send the catch return issued with your permit directly to the Hon … Continue reading

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Almost the 2017 season’s end update

Well its that time of year again, nights are drawing in, the 2017 Brown Trout season on the River Devon is already over and the Salmon/Sea Trout finish on Tuesday 31st October. Time for an update! The last few weeks of … Continue reading

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September update

August has been notable for the most unusual of occurrences …….. rain, in fact enough rain to trigger a number of small spates in the river and fill Castlehill to just about the brim. Fingers crossed a couple of decent rain events may encourage a decent … Continue reading

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