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Dalbeattie Angling Association

Dalbeattie AA have 3.5 miles of fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the lower river Urr from the tidal beat up stream. For permits call McGowans in Castle Douglas on 01556 500009

Google Map Reference 54.889760 -3.826277

Dee Salmon Improvement Association

For details of many of the beats available to you on the Dee log on to www.dsfia.org well worth a visit. Google Map Reference 57.122110, -2.119232

Devon Angling Association

15 miles on the river Devon from below Castlehill Reservoir through Dunning Glen down to the Tullibody / Menstrie Bridge plus bank fishing on Glenquey Reservoir.

Trout fishing is available on all of the water but salmon and sea trout fishing is restricted to water below the impassable falls at Rumbling Bridge, from the Cauldron Linn to the Tullibody Bridge.

There are 10 day tickets for salmon, sea trout and brown trout available daily from the Paper Shop in Dollar and Stenhouse's in Tillichoutry. They also have fishing for brown trout on Glenquey Reservoir. Google Map Reference 56.209206, -3.609558

Dreghorn Angling Club

Located on the B7081 near Irvine the DReghorn club has fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the rivers Irvine and Annick, 18 named pools on the Irvine from the saw mill down to the meetings with the Annick. Being a Class 3 river the all salmon and sea trout must be release.
Day tickets available from the secretary, call 07469 172259 or from Alysons Flowers, Bath St, Irvine; FishX, Eglington St, Irvine; the Key Store in Dreghorn.

Dingwall and District Angling Club

Fishing on the lower 2 miles of the Connon, best from July, some good sea trout. Permits Sports Model Shop, Tulloch St, Dingwall. Google Map Reference 57.595577, -4.428482

Dounreay Fly Angling Club

Loch Watten, approximately 3.5 miles long and up to half a mile wide this shallow (max 12 feet) marl loch offers boat fishing, strictly fly only, for brown trout. Watten is renowned as one of the best trout lochs in the country with fish of 2 to 3 lbs taken regularly. Permits from Dounreay Fly Angling Club, call 01847 892998 or from Hugo Ross Tackle in Wick call 01955 851270. Google Map Reference 58.577317, -3.745400

Dumfries and Galloway AA

Beats on the Nith and the river Cairn are available on a Regional Member, Season Visitor and Day Ticket basis for people who live out with a 10 mile radius of Dumfries. Permits from McMillans Tackle, Friars Vennel, Dumfires and The Ree lnn, Friars Vennel.
2.5 miles double bank on the Nith and over 10 miles on the river Cairn (a good spate river) for salmon, sea trout, brown trout and grayling. Long season to 30th November.
Google Map Reference 55.068897, -3.617821

Dunkeld and Birnam AA

Fishing on the Tay and Braan including Loch Freuchie and the river Quaich. The are 11 beats on the Tay including Glendelvine where Miss Ballantyne caught her record salmon (nice trout water). Contact Martin Brooks on 01350 728864. Google Map Reference 56.563856, -3.585858

 

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