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Callander Town Water

Fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout in and around Callander. Permits for the Teith from James Bayne, Main St, Callander.

Google Map Reference 56.242820, -4.216666

Checked 26/06/18

Canmore Angling Club

Canmore AC based in Forfar have fishing for brown trout on Den of Ogil Reservoir and Forfar loch which is stocked regularly with rainbows. They also have fishing on the fivers Dean, Kerber and Limno.

Permits from Forfar Angling, call 01307 466366.

Google Map Reference 56.745069, -2.898217 Glen of Ogil ; 56.644467, -2.901295 Forfar Loch

Checked 12/09/18

Carloway Angling Club

On the west side of Lewis, Carloway AA have fishing on 3 lochs for salmon and some excellent trout and on the spate river Carloway. The lochs are Laxabhat Ard, Laxabhat Lorach and Loch Airigh Seibh.
Permits from Sportworld in Stornoway, 01851 705646.

Google Map Reference 58.286459, -6.7696357

Checked 26/06/18

Carrick Angling Club

Established in 1894 this club is a real go ahead bunch that built, by voluntary labour, some exceptional access platforms for disabled angler on their stretch of the river Girvan. Carrick AC offers day and week tickets for fishing on this improving river for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. They also have fishing for rainbows on Glendrissaig Reservoir with good facilities for disabled anglers.

The club have a number of beats:

Bargany Beat extending from Nobles Bridge in Girvan to Drumrannie Burn south bank only.

Lower Enoch Beat extending from Drumrannie Burn to Enoch farm bridge south bank and Cochranes Point Pipe to Enoch farm bridge north bank.

Camreggan Beat extends from Killoup Burn to Penwhapple Burn south bank only.

Permit from Dunlop Newspaper  Shop, Dalrymple St, Ultimate Anglers at Flushes Car Park and Old St, Garage Old ST, Girvan.

Google Map Reference  55.244889, -4.856735

Checked 26/06/18

Castle Douglas and District AA

Fishing on 5 miles of the river Urr for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. Best pools are Step End, Cauls, Davie Craig, Red Brae, Spottes Dam, Battery, Jeans and Grange Water, fly only from Spotttes Bridge upstream, worm allowed down stream all season. They also have fishing for brownies and rainbows in the 56 acre Loch Roan. For permits contact McCowans, Castle Douglas (01556 502009).

Google Map Reference 54.940185, -3.931956

Checked 20/07/18

Caurnie Angling Club

Antermony Loch is a 25 acre loch near Milton of Campsie, Kirkintilloch run by Caurnie Angling Club. Boat and bank fishing for rainbows and brown trout, stocked mainly with browns but rainbows used in the summer when the browns go off. Membership open to folk living in East Dumbartonshire is very reasonable.

Day Permits from JB Angling in Kirkintilloch and Janice Hairdressers in Milton of Campsie.

Google Map Reference 55.964819, -4.134229

Checked 08/09.18

Clarkston Angling Club

Right next to Hillend loch is the "Lilly" an attarctive little loch run by Clarkston AC. Stocked regularly with rainbows and brown trout. Fly, bait and spinning are allowed. Boats are available for fly fishing.

There are also some big pike and perch to add to the fun when spinning. Call 07982666610 during the trout closed season.

Day and season tickets available.

Google Map Reference 55.878621, -3.887878

Checked 12/09/18

Coldstream and District AA

Fishing on the Tweed between Carham and Milne Garden, brown trout and grayling, permits from Moffats Newsagents and the Village PO in Cornhill. For further information call the secretary on 01890 885948

Google Map Reference 55.651502, -2.253477

Checked 12/07/18

Conon and Achonachie AA

has 2.5 miles of fishing on the upper Conon from below the power station at Loch Luichart to above Loch Achonachie and the upper beat on the Blackwater from above Rogie Falls to Loch na Croic. They also have fishing on loch Achonachie, loch Scardroy and Loch Meig where they have a Wheely Boat. The river fishes best late on in the season. Permits for the dawn to 4pm and or 4pm 'til dusk sessions. The club have been very progressive in providing access to parts of the beat for people with disabilities. Permits from Contin Filling Station, call 01997 421948.

Google Map Reference 57.567971, -4.578958

Checked 20/06/18.

Crammond AC

Have sea trout and brown trout fishing (a few salmon) on approx 5 miles single bank from Newbridge to Crammond near Edinburgh. Day permits from 

Barnton Post Office, 199 Whitehouse Road, Edinburgh,
0131 339 1236

Orvis, 19 Hope Street, Edinburgh
Tel No: 0131 226 6227

Scotmid, 1-7 Station Road, Kirkliston West Lothian
Tel No: 0131 551 1224

Edinburgh Angling Centre 65 West Harbour Road, Edinburgh
Tel No: 0131 202 6351

Season tickets are available.

Google Map Reference 55.963776, -3.316985

Checked 15/07/18

Crianlarich Angling Association

Have salmon and brown trout fishing on the river Fillan over 5 miles of the south bank from the Cononish Viaduct to Loch Dochart. Permits from the Crianlariach Hotel.

You can also fish selected areas of Loch Iubair for brown trout and perch.

Google Map Reference 56.394466, -4.618460

Checked 20/07/18

Crieff Angling Club

Drummond, Braidhaugh and Upper Strowan

5 miles of fishing administered by Crieff Angling Club offering day tickets for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. 3 beats, Strowan, Braidhaugh and Drummond Castle mostly double bank. Salmon, sea trout, brown trout and grayling.

Permits from Crieff Visitor Centre call 01764 652722 for Strowan and Drummond Castle, Braidhaugh Holiday Centre for Braidhaugh call 01764 652951.

They also have fishing for brown trout on Drummond Loch stocked annually with brownie of 12 inches, fish to 4 lb caught. There are 3 boats for hire on this shallow loch, no bank fishing. Booking at the Crieff Visitor Centre.

The club also has a members only loch, Loch Turret. Membership enquiries call 07783 201403

Google Map Reference 56.376855, -3.842093

Checked 13/07/18

Cumnock and District Angling Club

New Cumnock and District Angling Association operates this well stocked fishery. Located a few miles out of New Commnock by the A76 half way between Cumnock and New Cumnock the fishery has rainbows, browns and tigers.

The club also has fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on 2.5 miles of the Glenmuir River and 4 miles on the Lugar from the junction with the Glenmuir. Call 07958 279740

Google Map Ref 55.430558, -4.233343

Checked 30/07/18