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Almond anglers prepare for salmon season

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Salmon and sea trout fishing re-opens on the River Almond on February 1 and West Lothian Angling Association (WLAA) and Cramond Angling Club (CAC) are hoping to cash in on the national surge in...

Fishing – local waters report good catches

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Local fisheries report fine catches despite variable weather conditions and up to 12 fish have been landed in a session at Harlaw Reservoir. Some anglers have connected with big fish and have been broken...

Fishing – Almond fishing well as young Ellie is reel deal

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The Almond has been fishing steadily according to West Lothian Angling Association chairman, Bruce Hope. He added: “There has been a welcome spate in the river around the right time of year for salmon and...

Fishing – workshops on identification and fly-tying and update on offshore

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RiverLife: Almond and Avon are hosting an invasive non-native species identification workshop. It is suited to anybody who wishes to learn about the non-native species which colonise in rivers and the impact they have on...

Fishing – evening permits available at Harlaw and Threipmuir

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Evening permits will be available this season at Harlaw and Threipmuir Reservoirs, two miles south of Balerno. Malleny Angling Club administer the reservoirs in the Pentland Hills and they have also launched a bid to...

Fishing – time running out for cut-price season tickets

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Cramond Angling Club, who control an eight-mile stretch of The Almond from the foreshore at Cramond to upstream of Kirkliston, remind anglers they can buy a season ticket before February 1 at 2018 prices. The...

Fishing – fly dressers to fore in city and Penicuik

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The Edinburgh Fly Dressers Club has started its winter session and it meets every Wednesday at Slateford Bowling Club, Lanark Road, Edinburgh at 7:30pm.The programme features demonstrations and also provides structured sessions for beginners...

Fishing – Loganlea make late-season offer to anglers

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Karen Jack of Loganlea Trout Fishery is now offering any legal method, keep-what-you-catch, permits for £25. They run from 9am to 5pm.Bill Taylor, the owner of Tweeddale near Gifford, reports that catches are good...

Fishing – Cramond bosses looking for big AGM turnout

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Cramond Angling Club officials urge members to attend their AGM on Wednesday, 21 November (7.30pm).Secretary Joe Arndt said the committee hope for a good attendance as there are a number of key issues to...

Fishing – Tam celebrates personal best

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Well-known local instructor Steve Culbert has confirmed he will be at Loganlea Trout Fishery on three dates before the end of October to help anglers sort out any casting problems.The dates are Sunday, September...

Fishing – Allandale Tarn-ing on the style

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Allandale Tarn fisheries near West Calder is basking in the good weather and receiving great comments about their hard-fighting fish.Many anglers are reporting snapped lines, straightened hooks and long runs well down into their...

Fishing – eight shopping trolleys hooked in clean-up

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West Lothian Angling Club secretary Scot Muir reports that the fishing is just about to get going on their nine-mile stretch of the River Almond from Kirkton to Newbridge.However, Scot said trout are not...

Fishing – Cramond chair welcomes new fish pass

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Adam Cross, chairman of Cramond Angling Club, has welcomed the opening of the Fair a Far weir fish pass.Cross and a number of committee members were present at the event in late April on...

Fishing – smiles better at Morton Fishings

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Kelso anglers enjoyed their recent outing to Morton Fishings.It’s their first trip to the water near Mid Calder for two years and they were blessed with great weather and superb sport.Bags were full and...

Fishing – Trust confirm fish pass opening

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The River Forth Fisheries Trust plan to open the Fair a Far Weir fish pass on Saturday, 21 April (11.30am).It was cancelled in early March because of the bad weather and guest speakers will...

Fishing – things are hotting up on the water

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The weather is still having an impact on local trout fisheries and the prospect of Beast from the East 3 over Easter is a real threat.Clubbiedean above Colinton in the Pentlands still closed but...

Fishing – the latest on where to source permits

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Trout fishing for most local rivers officially opens on Thursday, March 15 and anglers can’t wait to get out there.Permits for the Almond and Tweed, among others, are available at various outlets including Fishers...

Fishing – official fish pass opening postponed

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Saturday’s scheduled opening of the new fish pass on the River Almond at Fair a Far near Cramond has been postponed because of the heavy snowfall.The River Forth Fisheries Trust that they took the...

Fishing – dry fly key to Almond success

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Dry fly patterns have proved successful on the middle stretch of The Almond where permits are issued by Cramond Angling Club.Colin McKay has provided an overview on Beat 2 which runs from the railway...

Fishing – conservation key for Cramond anglers

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Fish with fly or spinner for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on approximately eight miles of the River Almond between Cramond and Kirkliston.That’s the offer from Cramond Angling Club who issue permits on...

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