Category Archives: River Devon miscellaneous

DAA update June 2018

The now traditional spring draught continues with Saturday’s minor spate having little impact on river levels. The fishing on the river hasn’t been impossible but stealth and care is required not spook fish. Despite the difficult conditions some nice fish have … Continue reading

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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/

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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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Become a Flood Warden Volunteer

The Conservation Volunteers in conjunction with Clackmannanshire Council and Scottish Government are seeking volunteers from the Hillfoot towns to act as volunteer Flood Wardens.   They will provide free training, support and guidance to: Monitor, record and clear debris from burns Identify and … Continue reading

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A summer spate? ……… continued

A follow up on last weeks post as I noticed late this afternoon an interesting event on the SEPA gauges: I passed Castlehill this evening on my way home and in little over a week it has been refilled to … Continue reading

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Get PLUCKING ……… help control Himalayan Balsam

Alan Graham made a great post on the home page encouraging all anglers to get plucking ……. Himalayan Balsam! So why and how? The river is blighted by two principal invasive plant species ……….. Japanese Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam. On … Continue reading

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Lost fly box – Fossoway Beat

If anybody comes across a double sided clear and black fly box on the Fossoway beats and would like to reunite it with it’s owner please email thedaa@talktalk.net; we will then endeavour to reunite it with its owner.

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