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Fishing rod left at Glenquey – Sunday 22 May

Chris Adams has been in touch, via comments under the A823 closure post, that someone left a rod up at the DAA Car Park at Glenquey on Sunday 22nd May. It was leaning up through the deer fence and was … Continue reading

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A823 Road closure at Glendevon – no restrictions on access to Glenquey from the south

Anglers visiting Glenquey should note that the A823 is now closed just north of Glendevon until the 9th June for replacement of the road bridge over the Creich Burn which was washed away a few years ago. There are no … Continue reading

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2022 FDSFB conservation policies

Members holding an All Species Permit (and fish for Salmon and Sea Trout in Forth Catchment) please note the Forth District Salmon Fishery Board’s 2022 conservation policies summarised in this document: Please note that Devon is a category C river … Continue reading

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The 2022 season is underway

Welcome back everyone to the 2022 Trout and Salmon season on the River Devon and the 2022 Trout season at Glenquey. The season has started like last year, with another dry start with the river already showing bleached stones and … Continue reading

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Pre-season Update 2022 #2

Well the new season is less than a week away! The work parties have been busy endeavoring to deal the impact of this winter’ storms and spates. On Tuesday Glenquey was made ready for the new season, including tidy the … Continue reading

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A plea for Tilly Burn

This rather splendid letter plea for care for the Tillycoultry Burn has been circulated by Micheal Mcelhill, a P7 pupil at Tillicoultry Primary School Well done Micheal ……… you are absolutely spot on!

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Preseason Update #1

PERMITS – 2022 permits have been printed and arrangements are in hand to begin distributing them to our outlets. Permit price remain unchanged from the 2021 season. NEW BEAT – We have updated the beat maps section on the website … Continue reading

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Book Corner #2 – A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey and book event

DAA committee member Keith Broomfield is set to have his latest work published by Tippermuir Books in February, A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey – In search of Scotland’s Wild Secrets. The book is due to be published at the beginning of February … Continue reading

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Book corner #1 – An Angler Rambles

DAA member Drew Jamieson, has just published a new book An Angler Rambles – Among Scotland’s Trout and Salmon This is the latest in a series of books about Scottish Salmon and Trout fishing published by Drew The book is … Continue reading

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Spring 2022 Newsletter

The latest DAA newsletter is now available for downloading, this is the 23rd issue and final issue to be produced by Dennis Toon. Huge vote of thanks to Dennis for all the effort put in over the years collating/publishing them … Continue reading

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