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Ladykirk and Norham AA

Two miles of double bank, permits from the Victoria Hotel, call 01289 382437. Google Map Reference 55.718800, -2.163400

Lairg Angling Club

Lairg AC have the fishing rights on a number of lochs in central Sutherland including Loch Shin which is prolific stretch of water with large numbers of fish in the half to three quarters of a pound range and the chance of something big always is always on your mind. Contact the club on 01549 402309. Google Map Reference 58.024282, -4.401941

Lamington and District Angling Improvement Association

9 miles of mostly double bank from Boat Bridge, Thankerton to Bower Pool, Roberton. Stocked annually. Log on to www.lamingtonfishing.co.uk for full details of this quality value for money water. Google Map Reference 55.566608, -3.619112

Laurencekirk District Angling Association

Fishing for salmon, sea trout and brown trout on the North Esk, Bervie and Luther. Contact Eric Greig on 01674 840613. Google Map Reference 56.831548, -2.472552

River Leven Angling AC

I have known this river since the time you could smell it a hundred yards before you saw it, a filthy sewer. Then it started to clean up as pollution was controlled in the 1950s to 60s. A friend and I shared the catch of the first salmon for generations fishing at Kirklands Dam (washed away in a 1960s flood). Today the Leven has an A2 clasification for water purity and some 50 salmon a year are caught. Now under new management by the River Leven Angling Club I wish them well in reviving this great wee river. My granddad would be chuffed for when he fished the Ore 100 years ago the fishing was very good and I am sure it and the Leven can be great once more.

Tickets available from Beatties Shop in Fisher St Methil, 01333 426658; Ashbank Collectable Durrie St Leven 01333 425600; Alladins Cave Leslie call 01592 743347; Kirklands Mini Market 01333 426975 and We're Game St Clair St Kirkcaldy call 01542 654301. Google Map Reference 56.189152, -3.048401

Ore

This river was, like the Leven, a shocker until the 1960's. Destroyed by the coal mining indusrty it gradually recovered and as the out pourings from the old coal measures have been dealt with the river flows clear through flowing weed beds in parts from Loch Ore down to Thornton after which it takes on a more streamy character. I rembemer the stretch above the meetings with the Lochty Burn was very productive, often wonder what it is like now. I am assumig the River Leven AC have this too, daft if they haven't. Google Map Reference 56.171712, -3.121686

Loch Achonachie Angling Club

Fishing on the upper Connon above Loch Achonachie and the upper beats on the Blackwater. Fishes best late on in the season. Permits from Contin Filling Station, call 01997 421948. Google Map Reference 57.565798, -4.575514

Loch Awe Angling Improvement Association

Was set up to manage the fishing on Loch Awe and Loch Avich. Working closely with the Argyll Fisheries Trust they are responsible for the great improvements in the loch which has seen it produce 4 British Record wild brown trout in recent years. Awe undoubtedly has a British record pike in it yet to be caught and there are escapee rainbows that have flourished in the loch to become serious contenders in the big fish stakes. Google Map Reference 56.299310, -5.229401

Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association

Have a lease on some of the fishing on the Endrick and Gairloch as well as fishing in the Loch Lomond and the the rivers Leven and the Fruin. Membership applications to the Secretary, Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association, PO box 3559, Glasgow, G71 7SJ or call 0141 781 1545. Google Map Reference 56.097667, -4.606224

 

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