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Fishing – winter sport still available

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Loganlea trout fishery in The Pentlands offers anglers the chance to hook into some hard-fighting fish with a special deal in November.You can use any method including bait and spinning to seek out the...

Fishing – deadline looms for applications

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The Rivers for All project is intended to support organisations and communities seeking assistance with their own projects.They should also meet RiverLife: Almond & Avon’s objectives of improving rivers and river corridors for the...

Cash available for river projects

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The River Forth Fisheries Trust have confirmed that the Autumn 2017 round of applications is now open for projects in Falkirk, Edinburgh and West Lothian.There is £40,000 available to give to local projects over...

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 – Clyde bid to boost youth numbers

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A good number of Lothians anglers fish The Clyde, including myself, and The United Clyde Angling Protective Association (UCAPA), who issue permits for a part of the river, have been engaged in an interesting...

Fishing – Jake walks to success on Scotland’s canals

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Conventional coarse fish anglers normally cast a float into the water and patiently wait for some activity. Jake Schogler is different.He walks Scotland's canals including The Union and the Forth & Clyde carrying his...

Fishing – megastore reveal Edinburgh open weekend dates

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Edinburgh Angling Centre have confirmed the dates for the first open weekend at their Granton store.They promise tackle demonstrations, fishing tuition, new product launches, competitions, deals and special offers.Their open weekend in Glasgow earlier...

Fishing Column – Musselburgh

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Musselburgh and District Angling Association has a new committee which has been together since December last year.Secretary Stevie Devine tells me that it is eight-strong with four office bearers.Chairman is Chris Halliday, Jamie McDonald...

Fishing news round up

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There is a new leaseholder at Clubbiedean Reservoir in the Pentlands following a recent tender process by Scottish Water. Members of the current Clubbiedean Fishing Club have been told that it will not exist after...

Fishing – becoming a better angler – Paul Buchanan

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This, the first in a series by well-known small rivers fisherman and coach, Paul Buchanan, is written at a level that could benefit both beginners and more experienced improvers with hopefully the odd nugget...

Fishing – free instruction on the canal

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An interesting leaflet has arrived on email advertising free fishing instruction for beginners, existing anglers or a returner to the sport.Thirty minute sessions with a coach can be booked on Saturday, March 4 and...

Fishing – learn how to tie your own flies in Edinburgh

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Orvis, who have a shop at 19 Hope Street in the West End, invite you to join them for a short store-based course to learn how to tie flies. The event is open to anyone with...

Fishing – new regular column exclusive to our readers

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Fishing is exceptionally popular in Britain, with many people of varying ages taking to the rivers, lakes, canals, and shores on a regular basis.It has in the dark and distant past been considered a predominantly...

Landmark fishing industry discussions will take place in Edinburgh to shape the future of...

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Seafish, the authority on seafood, has announced that it will be supporting the four Fisheries administrations in what are viewed as landmark open discussions about the future of Seafish, to run during autumn 2011. An...

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