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Eaglesham AA have the fishing rights on 3 reservoirs in East Renfrew:
Picketlaw, near Eaglesham, 2 boats plus some areas suitable for bank fishing.
Loch Goin on Fenwick Moor 3 boats and good bank fishing.
Corsehouse Reservoir near Stewarton with 4 boats.
All are brown trout fisheries averaging 1 to 1.5lbs
Day tickeats are avilable for Picketlaw and Loch Goin from:
Guns and Tackle on Pollockshaws Road, Glasgow, 0141 632 2005
Wizard Paws in the St James retail Centre in East Kilbride.
Google Map Ref :
Picketlaw: 55.734990, -4.285046
Loch Goin: 55.697205: -4.333587
Corsehouse Reservoir: 55.720122, -4.420178
5mls of the river Leader for brown trout and grayling. Grayling from 1st Jan to 30th Sept average about a 1lb, brown trout average about half a pound but there are some bigger fish as trout run up from the Tweed to spawn and byde a wee bit. Permits are a couple of quid from Rhymer Tower Services, call 01896 849326.
Google Map Reference 55.635819 -2.681170
Fishing on 5k of the river Calder flowing through the Calderglen Country Park. Some salmon and sea trout, improving, plus brown trout. Call 013552 245086 for information.
Google Map Reference 55.749538, -4.150364
Fishing on the Tyne from Byres Bridge to Knowes Weir, brown trout fishing with some sea trout late season. Permits from a number of places:
JS Mason and Sons,, 87 High Street, Haddington
Veermans, 130 High Street, Tranent
Fishers, 10 John Street, Penicuik
Dunbar Pet Food, 18 Westport, Dunbar
Gannon Sport, 126 High Street, North Berwick
Gamefish, Howe Street, Edinburgh
Markle Fisheries, Markle, East Linton
The Mart, Haddington Road, East Linton
The Workshop, 20 Links Road, Port Seton
EdinburghAngling Centre, Granton Retail Park, Edinburgh
Dalkieth Bailiffs 07736 466 725
Google Map Reference 55.977146, -2.6671767
Excellent trout fishing, the river where I cut my teeth on the dry fly giving me an average of about three fish of 8 to 12ozs per visit, great fun and full of memorable days.
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 too with sea trout in the lower stretches. Visitor permits from:
Cupar Hardware Store (R. Dott Thomson), Bonnygate, Cupar;
Keystore Ladywind Cupar
Reekies Country Store, Prestonhall Industrial Estate, Cupar.
The Kilt Shop, 68 South Street, St. Andrews
Aladdins Cave, 259 High Street, Leslie
A & M Tackle,
21 Main Street
Anglers Choice, 259 Strathmartine Road, Dundee
Google Map Reference 56.319072, -3.008123
Fishing the lower 10 miles of the river Lossie. Average catch 100 salmon pa and 400 sea trout. Permits from the The Angling Centre, Moss Street, Elgin, 01343 547615
Google Map Reference 57.687039, -3.330891
The club have 7 miles of the river Glass (Alt Graad) from Loch Glass to the sea near the Alness estuary. 2.5 miles up stream is Black Rock Gorge, impassable to salmon so the fishing is restricted to the lower river. Best in the summer months.
The club also has fishing on Loch Glass a large loch over 4 miles long and 300 plus feet deep. They also have 2 boats on Loch Bad a Bhathaich.
Permits from the Cornerstone Cafe in Evanton or from the treasurer, call 01349 831019.
Google Map Ref 57.665458, -4.334439
A small spate river entering the seas in Eyemouth harbour, can produce some decent sea trout and a few salmon. For more details try 2, Tods Court, Eyemouth, Berwickshire, TD14 5HW.
Google Map Reference 55.869260, -2.091111