So many clubs do stalwart work improving their waters whether it be removing barriers to migratory fish, monitoring and pursuing polluters, consolidating banks and enhancing redds. Of equal importance, clubs bring young people into the sport as well as making fishing accessible to the less able of body. Many clubs depend on additional income from visiting anglers and any profits from visitor tickets sales serves to fund improvements to the fishing. With about 115 clubs listed here you can do your self and the clubs a favour by spending time fishing on some excepetional water.
If you do not mind a bit of company on a beat there is some fantastic fishing; over 500 salmon in 2006 on the Grantown water, 1000 off the Nairn club water, a 10lb 2oz brownie of the Huntly Town water and magical fishing on the clear waters of the Caithness limestone loch are just are just a sample of what is on offer. Go on, support our clubs and enjoy a fishing bargain too.
Aberdeenshire Council | Aberdeen and District Angling Association | Aberfeldy Angling Club | Aberlour Angling Club | Abernethy Angling Improvement Association | Achnasheen Angling Club | Alness Angling Club | Allan Water AIA | Airdrie and District Angling Club | Assynt Angling Group | Avon Angling Club | Avon Bank Fishing Club | Ayr Angling Club
Badenoch Angling Association | Ballater Angling Association | Banff and Macduff Angling Association | Beauly Angling Club | Berwick upon Tweed and District Angling Association | Bettyhill Angling Club | Border Esk and Liddle Angling Association | Bridge of Weir AC | Brora Angling Association
Carloway Angling Club | Castle Douglas Angling Association | Coldstream and District AA | Callander Town Water | Crammond AC | Crieff Angling Club | Crianlarich Angling Association
Dalbeattie AA | Dee Salmon Improvement Association | Devon Angling Association | Dingwall and District Angling Club | Dreghorn Angling Club | Dumfries and Galloway Angling Association | Dounreay Fly Angling Club | Dunkeld and Birnam AA
East Lothian Angling Association | Eden Angling Association | Elgin and District Angling Club | Eye Water Angling Club
Gairloch Angling Club | Gala Angling Association | Girvan Mains Angling Club | Greenlaw Angling Association | Gress Angling Association | Gordon Angling Association
Kelso and District AC | Kelvin Angling Association | Kemnay AC | Keithick Angling Club | Kintore Angling Club | Kintyre Fish Protection Association | Kirkcowan Angling Club | Kirriemuir Angling Association | Kyle of Bute | Kyle of Sutherland AA
Ladykirk and Norham AA | Lairg Angling Club | Lamington and District Angling Improvement Association | Laurencekirk District Angling Association | Loch Achonachie Angling Club | Loch Awe Angling Improvement Association | Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association
Mauchline and Ballochmyle AC | Melrose AC | Mid Clyde Angling Association | Mid Nithsdale Angling Association | Montrose District Angling Club
Nairn Angling Club | New Galloway Angling Association | Newton Stewart Angling Association |Nith Fishing Improvement Association
Peebles-shire Trout Fly Angling Association | Perth and District Angling Association | Pitlochry Angling Club | Portree Angling Association
Selkirk and District AA | Shetland Angling Association | Sorn AC | St Boswell AC | St Johns Loch Angling Improvement Association | St Winnoch AC | Stanley District Angling Club | Stormont AC | Strathgryfe AC | Strathspey Angling Improvement Association | Stonehaven and District Angling Club | Stornoway Angling Association
Tarbolton and Failford Angling Club | Thurso Angling Association | Tobermory Angling Association | Tomintoul Angling Association | Tongue District AC | Turriff Angling Association
If your club is not listed or if you wish to update your entry just email Alistair at: huskie spinfish.co.uk (just insert @ in the appropriate place in the above address).We are fortunate that there are so many angling clubs in Scotland offering fishing at decent prices on some of the better know waters in the country and in some instances offering the only access that Joe Punter can afford.