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Late spring update

May has finally seen temperatures rise; the arrival of the first groups of swallows and black headed gulls to the river signified that the river was at last coming to life! Firstly I am sad to report the death of Gordon Forbes a few weeks … Continue reading

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Lost property at Glenquey

Fishing related lost property was found at Glenquey by Donald Macgregor; if you have left something there get in touch with David Mudie or via thedaa@talktalk.net and we will see, if it is the offending property, that you are reunited!

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2018 Season – early season update and news

Well the season is almost four weeks old, though until the last few days, it’s hard to remember such a wintery start to the season. Jim Milne was up at Glenquey very early in the season, reported fishing between ice … Continue reading

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Mists of Time – new tackle outlet in Alloa

Mark and Honor Robertson have been in touch; they have opened a new outdoor store selling fishing and camping accessories in Alloa. The shop, Mists of Time, can be found at Unit 9, 25 Shillinghill, Alloa [01259 210610] https://goo.gl/maps/zQqJXNqECaB2 They already … Continue reading

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Welcome to the 2018 season

The weather doesn’t look like it is going to be too kind for the opening days of the season; cold east wind, sleet & snow …….. don’t panic in a few weeks time winter will be a distant memory, hopefully 🙂 … Continue reading

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2018 Permits

The inclement weather of last week slowed the distribution of 2018 Devon Angling Association permits, but we can now confirm that permits have been distributed to all our permit outlets.  

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River Forth Fisheries Trust winter newsletter

The latest newsletter from our friends at the River Forth Fisheries Trust can be read here: https://mailchi.mp/aaa6ea484ee0/river-forth-fisheries-trust-winter-newsletter-2017-18?e=724fc538e8 There are loads of interesting reading, but one article particular caught my eye. Jo Girvan describes the ‘Rare Migratory Fish of the Firth … Continue reading

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