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August update – The DAA extends its fishery

Some of you may have noticed the new red signs appearing on the River Devon downstream of Menstrie: The good news is that the Devon Association have agreed to take an additional lease with Crown Estate Scotland for their fishing … Continue reading

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Forecast continuing hot weather

The down side to this extended period of an “actual real amazing summer weather” is river and loch levels are lowering and water temperatures are rising. You may have seen that the fishery on Loch Venechar have temporarily suspended fishing … Continue reading

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July 2021 Update

COVID-19 As the lock down has eased we have been able to get permits to all of our usual sellers. In general Covid 19 restrictions allow all fishing activities but we urge members and visitors to obey any local restrictions … Continue reading

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Works at Vicars Bridge w/c 07/06/21

Please note access to the river at Vicars Bridge next week may be affected by works to construct the new broadwalk from the car park.

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June 2021 Update

Life is slowly getting back to normal, the river got a good flush last week, a bit of heat has finally arrived and at last the river is beginning to come to life. COVID – 19 As the lock down … Continue reading

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Himalayan Balsam plucking event – Monday 14 June 2021

David Louden of Dollar is endeavoring to organise a series of community Himalayan Balsam plucking session along the Devon between the Haugh and Sheardale bridges. The first date in the diary is Monday 14th June between 9.30am and Noon Anglers … Continue reading

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EVENT: Litter pick at Vicars Bridge, Saturday 20th March 10.00am

Apologies for the short notice, but we understand that there is an organised litter pick been arranged at Vicars Bridge this Saturday morning (20th March 10am) I am afraid I don’t have much detail other than it will centre about … Continue reading

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2021 Glenquey update

At the opening days of the season due to the current Covid-19 lockdown, tickets for Glenquey will only be available from the Sorting Office, Dollar. When restrictions ease, hopefully in late April permits will be available once again from Mona’s … Continue reading

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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/Continue reading

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Great job opportunity for 18-24 year old from Clackmannanshire

The Forth Rivers Trust are seeking to recruit a Project Support Officer, to support the trust’s work. The candidate will need to be aged 18 – 24, live in Clackmannanshire and not be currently participating in employment or education such … Continue reading

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