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East Lothian Angling Association

Fishing on the Tyne from Byres Bridge to Knowes Weir, brown trout fishing with some sea trout late season. Permits £25 per season, £5 per day from Mains Tackle, Haddington, Mikes Tackle Portobello, Riverside Tackle Musselburgh, Pet Centre Dalkieth www.elaa.co.uk Google Map Reference 55.977146, -2.667176

Eden Angling Association

Excellent trout fishing. The Eden is about 20 miles long of which the Eden Angling club controls 15 miles. The Upper and Mid sections are almost chalk stream style waters, perfect for dry fly fishing. From below Cupar the river becomes more streamy and while it is still good dry fly water it is also made for wet fly fishing. Salmon runs can be good to with sea trout in the lower stretches. Visitor permits for trout and salmon. Contact details; ian.young17@btopenworld.com or call 01334 654333 / 656383. Google Map Reference 56.319072, -3.008123

Elgin and District Angling Club

Fishing the lower 10 miles of the river Lossie. Average catch 100 salmon pa and 400 sea trout. Permits from the Tackle Shop, 88, High Street, Elgin. Google Map Reference 57.687039, -3.330891

Eye Water Angling Club

A small spate river entering the seas in Eyemouth harbour, can produce some decent sea strout and a few salmon. For more details try 2, Tods Court, Eyemouth, Berwickshire, TD14 5HW. Google Map Reference 55.869260, -2.091111

 

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