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Kelso and District AA

Fishing for trout and grayling on the Tweed and Teviot, permits from: Forrest & Sons,1 Bridge St, Kelso; Tweedside Tackle, 36, Bridge St, Kelso; Intersport, 43, The Square, Kelso; Borders Hotel, Woodmarket, Kelso and Springwood Caravan Park, Kelso. Call 01673 226810.

I a recent initiative the Association has joined with St Boswell and Newton AA to take over the fishing on the Watch Reservoir near Longformacus in the hills above Duns, call 01835 822650 for bookings.

Google Map Reference 55.600231, -2.432372

Kelvin Angling Assiciation

Kelvin AA offer 34K of fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on this tranformed tributary of the Clyde. Fishing extends from the meeting with the Clyde in Partick right in the centre of Glasgow up to Wndyford, way past Kilsyth. Season tickets are available at very reasonable price from any good tackle shop in Glasgow.
Google Map Reference 55.865596, -4.307996

Kemnay AC

1.5 miles of the river Don above the bridge at Kemnay, day tickets for salmon and trout from Sidelines, High St, Kemnay, call 01467 6433311. Google Map Reference 57.232369, -2.445963

Keithick Angling Club

For fishing on the river Isla, call 01250 873990. Google Map Reference 56.534618, -3.297690

Kintore Angling Club

Kintore AC are taking on the fishing from Aberdeenshire Council who administer fishing at Kintore, Inverurie and Alford. At present the Kintore club are offering brown trout only permits , and the brown trout fishing is excellent. Under 15 years old fish for free, wish every club did this.
Permits can be obtained at Kintore Post Office, Sloans in Inverurie or from Fish Pal.
GoogleMap Reference 57.236095, -2.339605

Kintyre Fish Protection Association

KFPA have fishing for salmon and brown trout on a number of rivers and loch on the Argyll Peninsula including; Auchlochy Loch, Crosshill Loch, Lussa Loch, Tangy Loch, Loch Raun and the rivers Lussa, Carradale, Glenbarr and Conieglen. Permits from A.P. MacGrory in Campbelltown. Google Map Reference 55.575341, -5.570825

Kircowan Angling Club

Formed just last year the club on the Craiglaw and Shennanton water of the Bladnoch and Tarf fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout. 2 day tickers available daily, call 01671 830888.
Google Map Reference 54.914530, -4.607973

Kirriemuir Angling Association

Control about 5 miles of fishing on the South Esk. Call 01575 573277 to find out about club membership on this productive water. Google Map Reference 56.675426, -3.003651

Kyle of Bute

The has fishing on several loch including, Loch Asgog holding brown trout, The Dam Lochs with rainbows and browns, Powder Dam rainbows. Permits are available at from Kames Post Office, Royal Hotel, Kilfinan Hotel and Portavadie Marina. Google Map Reference 55.915294,-5.281604

Kyle of Sutherland AA

The Kyle of Sutherland is at the western end of the Dornoch Firth formed by the confluence of 4 great salmon rivers, Shin, Cassley, Oykel and Carron. 12 miles of fishing with a particularly nice stretch of river fly water at Bonar Bridge just on the tidal reaches of the Firth. Permits for the Kyle of Sutherland Angling Association water from the newsagent, Bonar Bridge, 01863766316 or from R MacLeod (hardware), Tain call 01862 892171, over 400 salmon and 250 sea trout are taken each year. Google Map Reference 57.902195, -4.359323