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Nairn Angling Club | |New Galloway Angling AssociationNewton Stewart Angling Association | Nith Fishing Improvement Association

Nairn Angling Club

Fishing the lower nine miles of the river Nairn. Excellent fly water available. In recent years salmon catches have been first class with returns in the 1000+ range. Sadly the sea trout have been in serious decline in line with returns on other east coast and northern rivers.Permits from P. Fraser. TV & Radio, 41, High St, Nairn. Google Map Reference 57.585576, -3.865044

New Galloway Angling Association

New Galloway AA has fishing on the river Ken, Loch Stroan and Loch Ken.
River Ken; Brown trout and occasional salmon (C&R applies all season). Loch Ken: Brown trout, pike perch, roach, bream. Loch Stoan; Brown trout, pike and perch.
Spinning and bait allowed but no maggots.
Day tickets available from JR Hopkins or the Post Office in New Galloway or Glenafton Store in Mossdale.
Google Map Reference 55.075833 -4.140645

Newton Stewart Angling Association

Fishing on the river Cree and Penkiln Burn plus 6 lochs for salmon, sea trout and brownies on the rivers and brownies and rainbows on the lochs. The locks are Fyntalloch Loch, Loch Ochiltree, Kirriereaoch Loch, Loch Dee, Glenamour Loch and Bruntis Loch. No Sunday fishing on the rivers.
Permits from the Galloway Angling Centre, Galloway Arms Hotel and Crown Hotel.
Anglers from outwith the area are asked to ensure all tackle has been sterilised to prevent the spread of signal crayfish and other potential problems.
Google Map Reference 54.961007. -4.483415

Nith Fishing Improvement Association

The club is fortunate to have 62% of all fishing available on the river offering excellent access to the river. Log on to www.rivernithfishings.co.uk Google Map Reference 55.068699, -3.616848