Category Archives: River journal

2019 season ………. only 2 more sleeps away :-)

The 2019 season will start on the River Devon and at Glenquey on Friday 15th March ………. though judging by the current state of the river and the forecast rain for tonight, the river is likely still to be thinning … Continue reading

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Pre-season update

Its Saturday 23rd of February, with only 20 days to the start of the 2019 Season and in stark contrast to this time last year it feels like spring is just around the corner …….. no doubt by the time … Continue reading

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Notes from the AGM – Tuesday 15th January

On a fairly miserable evening out of doors,  24 members of the Devon Angling Association attended the Annual General Meeting at the Royal Arms, Tillicoultry. The meeting was opened by DAA President Bryan Anderson who set out some of the challenges … Continue reading

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2018 wrap up

Today is the first day in December, so a quick apology for not getting an update earlier! The season closed on 31st October on a spectacularly beautiful day which I spent fishing at Rackmill and the Haugh, without so much … Continue reading

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Nearly seasons end

The Brown Trout season comes to a close next Saturday. It hasn’t been a classic season on the Devon with really tough conditions generated by the prolonged summer drought and Scottish Water abstraction in the Ochils reservoir resulting in consistently low water until  Castlehill … Continue reading

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August 2018 update

The prolonged drought may be coming to an end (hopefully) but the river remains steadfastly at a very low level. Castlehill Reservoir has a huge, mostly negative, impact on the river but at these times the compensation flow keeps the river in reasonable condition. It will … Continue reading

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A823 Dunfermline – Gleneagles road closed at Rumbling Bridge from 20th August 2018

Please note that if you are heading to the River or Glenquey that the A823 will be closed at Rumbling Bridge from the 20th August for a period of 2 weeks.

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