Sunday, 31 May 2020

And we are off

And we are off, Clyde open for fishing.

MidClyde ..


Tam Riley got off to a good start on his return to the river with this fine fish below caught on the fly.
Salmon, around 10lb.
Alan Jack also reported a fine Sea Trout of around 4.5lb but unfortunately the picture that Alan gor was not the best so did not send this in but he did send this pic to me of a SLAB of a MidClyde Brown Trout which came in around 5lb & was caught on one of Alan's own Tay Raider flies.
Alan's Brown Trout













UCAPA ..

As of yet no reported Salmon coming off the UCAPA stretch of the river but with plenty of anglers out on the 1st day back a few reports of leaping fish came in I am sure it wont be long before the reports of landed fish come in where-as the Brown Trout fishing is another matter. 
The river was bathed in very warm sunshine and clear blue skies all day long so the angler's that did venture out for the Troot reported that they did not see many fish coming to the top to take a fly.
The fish that did come off through the day/evening were as bonnie-a-troot's as you will see in Scotland ...

Albert Davyboy Tatlock's ...





Radomir Nosal's ...



Lamington ..


Lamington angler's dont send me many catches these day's but 1 angler sent in the picture of a fine, marked Brown Trout from Lamington.

Michael Roser's Trout ...
River Avon

Some of our FaceBook member's that fish the River Avon (one of the Clyde tributaries) kindley sent me some pictures of the cracking Brown Trout that they also bumped into on there time fishing on the 1st day out.

Aaron Hamilton's ... 


Colin Morton's ...
As far as it comes to myself getting out day after lock-down I spent most of the day fishing from upstream of Hazlebank & down to Mauldslie area before the weather beat me and nothing to report except of a fish I chased in the morning only to jag it after it came up to take my dry fly and never held onto but I did get some scenery pics for you all.

River Clyde

Angler on the River Clyde

River Clyde


Jocks Burn (small trib to River Clyde)

River Clyde

River Clyde

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this blog. You can send your angling pictures to me if you want them included on any future blogs - catches@fishclyde.co.uk 
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Remember we are still being asked to stay safe and practice the 2m distance rule so please stay safe !

Tight Lines

Vid @ FishClyde

Friday, 29 May 2020

River Clyde now open for angling

River Clyde now open for angling 

The Scottish government has now put into place "Phase 1" of the relaxation of Covid-19 lockdown which will allow us angler's now time to enjoy our passion.
Some restrictions will still be in place so PLEASE follow accordingly. Click on link's below for further information.

As from May 29th 2020 Angling in Scotland can resume 

See here .. http://www.fishclyde.co.uk/riverclosed.html ...

Stay Safe

Vid @ FishClyde

Saturday, 18 April 2020

NOTICE ... THE RIVER CLYDE IS CLOSED FOR ALL TYPES OF FISHING DURING THIS COVID-19 OUTBREAK. We will keep you posted ... #STAYSAFE


Saturday, 18 January 2020

Mid-Clyde opening day 2020

Mid-Clyde have advised details of their annual River Clyde Salmon fishing opening day on the part of the river that they control. See link below.

Link - https://midclydeanglingassociation.com/news/

Hope all you guys have a great turn out and have a good day.

Tight lines.

Vid@FishClyde

MidClyde permit prices 2020


Mid-Clyde Angling Association have released permit prices for the 2020 fishing season. Please click the link below. We wish all the M.C anglers all the best for the 2020 fishing season.

Link - https://midclydeanglingassociation.com/permits-14/

Tight Lines.

Vid@FishClyde