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  • Aquamarine Charters new
    Angling and Diving Trips. Aquamarine Charters regularly takes divers to the excellent dive sites around the area, from St Abbs in the north to the seal colony at Burnmouth in the south. Fishing aboard the MV Oceanic, an 11.8metre Southcat38 catamaran with a wide and very stable deck space, makes angling a joy. MV Oceanic is a Southcat 38 built in 2007 with twin Iveco 330 HP. Eyemouth, Berwickshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.aquamarine-charters.co.uk/
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    Category: Watersports/Scuba Diving/Regional - Worldwide/United Kingdom/Scotland
  • Allandale Tarn Fisheries
    Allandale Tarn Fisheries is a member of the Association of Scottish Stillwater Fisheries. Allandale's spring fed lakes have excellent water quality, ensuring a great range of fly life all year round. Stocked daily with quality Rainbow, Blue & Brown trout, with bulk stocking of Arctic Char. Weights ranging from 1.8lb's to 18lb+. Our fishery offers separate Fly fishing and Bait fishing and is easily accessible from anywhere in Central Scotland. We also have a well stocked tackle shop - with fly tying materials & Iona's expertly tied trout flies in abundance. Tackle is also available for hire in our fishing lodge. Gavieside, West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland UK
    http://www.allandaletarn.com/
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  • Ally's Angling Page
    Fly fishing lessons and fly casting tuition and instruction for salmon, sea trout, steelhead, grayling, pike and trout, fly tying, conservation, catch and release and fishing in Scotland together with articles about many aspects of fly fishing. Ally Gowans professional writer, photographer, fishing instructor and guide who provides top class tuition and instruction. I have over forty years experience of angling for trout, salmon and other species in Scotland and abroad and I hold the highest qualifications available for instructors in the UK.
    http://www.letsflyfish.com/
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  • Angling Development Board of Scotland
    The Angling Development Board of Scotland (ADBoS) is a dynamic, pro-active partnership between the Scottish Anglers National Association (SANA), the Scottish Federation of Sea Anglers (SFSA) and the Scottish Federation for Coarse Angling (SFCA). All projects undertaken by ADBoS are undertaken in the general interest of all three associations and are considered to be of benefit to angling in Scotland across all three disciplines. Kinross, Scotland UK
    http://www.adbscotland.org/
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  • ASSF - Association of Scottish Stillwater Fisheries
    The place to find quality assured fishing in Scotland. Our members are all commercially run fisheries that vary from small, intimate waters, to some of the largest stocked stillwaters in the Scotland. Regardless of size our aim is the same; to give anglers a fishing experience to remember. Whether you are a boat or bank fishing enthusiast, or a complete beginner wishing to learn, our waters can provide a great day out for all concerned. So when you are planning your next fishing trip check for membership of the ASSF.
    http://www.assf.net/
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  • Assynt Fly Fishing
    Assynt is centered around the village of Lochinver on the northwest coast of the Highlands of Scotland. Arguably the finest Wild Brown Trout fishing in the world plus the chance of wild Atlantic Salmon, Sea Trout and even the elusive Arctic Charr. And then there is the stunning coastline, from Inverkirkaig to Kylesku with well over 100km of bays, islands, gullies, cliffs and caves and the golden Pollock waiting patiently and plentifully for the adventurous saltwater fly fisher to present his fly. Set among the most incredible backdrop of Scotland's first Geopark this is truly an anglers paradise. Lochinver, Scotland, UK
    https://assyntflyfishing.com/
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  • Bangour Trout Fishery
    Fly fishing in a beautiful tranquil setting near Livingston in Scotland. Bangour Trout Fishery is situated in the south-east part of Bathgate Hills, just 17 miles east of Edinburgh near the small village of Dechmont, surrounded by picturesque woodland and high farmland. Dechmont, Broxburn, West Lothian, Scotland UK
    http://www.bangourtroutfishery.com/
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  • Broom Fisheries
    Welcome to Broom Fisheries, home to Scotland's leading coarse fishing lakes and waters, nestled away in a quiet, picturesque corner of South West Scotland. Surrounded by mature woodlands and located right on the Solway Coast, fifteen minutes from Carlisle, the Broom Fisheries has been expanding over the years to provide anglers with exceptional coarse fishing. With two fly only waters for game anglers and five waters dedicated to coarse and match fishing, together with a fully stocked tackle shop, refreshment area, toilets and ample parking adjacent to the waters Broom Fisheries is an ideal location for all kinds of angler. Annan, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, United Kingdom
    http://www.broomfisheries.co.uk/
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  • Carron Valley Fishery
    Carron Valley Fishery for the best fly fishing of both hard fighting stocked rainbow trout and wild brown trout in central Scotland. Carron Valley Reservoir, created in the nineteen thirties by the flooding of the upper valley of the River Carron, is one of the most scenic trout fisheries in Scotland. Situated high in the Campsie Fells - yet only a ten minute drive from Stirling, half an hour from Glasgow and forty minutes from Edinburgh - the loch offers boat and bank fly fishing for rainbow trout & wild and stocked brown trout in magnificent surroundings. Stirlingshire, Scotland UK
    http://www.carronvalley.com/
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  • Cove and Kilcreggan Angling Club
    We are based in Argyll & Bute, on the West Coast of Scotland. We have a growing membership of around 80 members. Our club waters include 2 lochs regularly stocked with brown trout. We hold regular competitions and social outings and we are always on the look out for new members. We welcome enquiries from all anglers, so please get in touch if you would like to know more. Argyll & Bute, Scotland UK
    http://www.ckac.org.uk/
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  • Cramond Angling Club
    The Club formed on the 25th September 1963 and is still growing and continues to get bigger each year. Here you can get all the information regarding angling on The River Almond around Cramond. Everything from the best places to start, conservation, kicksampling, and of course what flies are getting the fish to take some interest. We aim to promote fishing on the River Almond, at a very affordable price. It is also the club's interest to maintain the river's general health and being. The club also runs some riverbank maintenance to keep it clean and accessible in conjunction with the Edinburgh Countryside Ranger Service and Dalmeny Estate. Cramond, Scotland UK
    http://www.fishalmond.co.uk/
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  • Dave Downie Fishing
    Experienced Fly Fishing Guide in Scotland/UK. River Guiding in Scotland and Abroad, mainly Czech Republic and Poland, check inside for more details. Trips Customised to your needs. Erksine, Scotland, UK
    http://www.davedowniefishing.com/
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  • Falkirk Flydressers Club
    Do YOU - want to learn how to tie flies? want to catch a trout on a fly you tied yourself? want to improve your tying skills? then the Falkirk Flydressers Club could suit you - why not give us a try?? Camelon, Falkirk, Scotland, UK
    http://www.falkirkflydressers.co.uk/
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  • Fisheries Management Scotland
    Fisheries Management Scotland represents Scotland's network of District Salmon Fishery Boards, the River Tweed Commission and Rivers and Fisheries Trusts. Our members work to safeguard the interests of Scotland’s valuable and iconic wild freshwater fisheries, by promoting and delivering best practice in fishery management. Conservation & sustainability is key to what we do. Conservation and management of Scotland's wild fish stocks and their natural habitats is essential. Our members monitor the health of our fish populations, fisheries and associated habitat and deliver actions to protect, conserve and enhance these natural resources. Edinburgh, Scotland UK
    http://fms.scot/
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  • Fishing in Scotland
    Guided Salmon Fishing & Fishing Holidays In Scotland. We have a select team of highly experienced salmon fishing guides and Speycasting instructors and provide a range of 1 day guided salmon fishing trips to 3 and 6 day guided salmon and trout fishing holidays, Speycasting and fly fishing courses. Whilst fishing you will be surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery and wildlife in Scotland and yet only an hour or so drive from Edinburgh. All of our salmon fishing trips include a professional guide and casting instructor exclusive to your party who will look after you for the day, show you the salmon pools and how to fish them and help net and land any salmon caught. We will also provide casting lessons if required and all of the fishing tackle you will need including well balanced rods, reels and lines, safety vest and waders.
    http://www.fishing-uk-scotland.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Fishing The Fly In Aberdeenshire, Scotland
    This website has been created to offer visiting anglers the chance to take advantage of some local knowledge and to provide Inverurie anglers with a news page. If you can't find what you are looking for on the main website, have a read through the Forum. This is full of useful information and includes regular fishing reports from our local trout fisheries, discussions about tackle, tactics, flies, rod building, fly tying, float tubing, casting and all manner of fly fishing subjects. You will find the members a friendly and helpful group, please join in the discussions! Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
    http://www.fishingthefly.co.uk/
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  • FishScotland
    Scotland has a wide variety of world class fishing. Our aim is to provide anglers with clear up to date information via our award winning web sites, our telephone/fax/SMS systems and our help desk.
    http://www.fishscotland.co.uk/
    (Added: Wed Dec 19 2007) - Report this link as bad!
  • Fly Casting Scotland
    Full time fly fishing instructor. I am one of a few instructors that hold the prestigious Scottish Game Angling Instructors Certificate (SGAIC). In addition I am Licensed, Insured and Accreditated through the Scottish Anglers National Association (SANA). As part of my Certificate I hold a current First Aid Certificate and have Full Disclosure Scotland which allows me to work safely with both young and vulnerable people in our communities. I am also a full member of the Game Angling Instructors Association (GAIA). My style of teaching is quite simplistic and very relaxed which I believe puts clients at ease and helps them to progress quickly with a little effort on their part. I promise not to fill your head with complicated casting jargon and unnecessary terminology. As a full time instructor and guide I am available seven days a week including evenings to fit in with your busy schedule. Elderslie, Scotland, UK
    http://www.flycastingscotland.co.uk/
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  • Fly Fishing Scotland
    Fly fishing Scotland, learn to fly fish. Come and fly-fish in the Scottish Highlands with professional fishing guide, internationally qualified fly fishing instructor and outfitter Alastair (Ally) Gowans. Or better still enjoy a vacation, a holiday combined with fly casting tuition to the highest standards. Fly fishing lessons for individuals or groups. Learn to Spey cast, fish famous water such as the Rivers Tay, Spey, South Esk, North Esk, Ericht, Tummel, Lyon, Tilt, and Lochs like Rannoch, Leven, Ness, Tay, and many others in Angus, Perthshire and throughout Scotland.
    http://www.flyfish-scotland.com/
    (Added: Sat Jan 03 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort
    Positioned along the Scottish coastline, which is home to golf's most famous courses, Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort provides the perfect location for golf, fishing, dining and luxury self catering holidays and short breaks in a tranquil setting in the heart of the beautiful Angus countryside. Kingennie has trout fishing (rainbow, blue, brown), with bait and fly-fishing on four well-stocked pools year-round. Catches vary according to the season and pool, from fighting trout of 1lb to 'old and cunning' fish of over 15lbs. We also have coarse fishing on our Blawearie Basin pool, which holds a variety of perch over 3lb and roach over 2lb. The pools have fishing piers and some grass banking. Kingennie Fishings attracts around 10,000 anglers each year. Kingennie, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Scotland UK
    http://www.forbesofkingennie.co.uk/
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  • Forth Area Federation of Anglers
    Established in 1958, the Forth Area Federation of Anglers is run by a group of volunteers who have a passion for angling. The Federation became responsible for the fishing in Linlithgow Loch in 1962. Dominated by Linlithgow Palace, the loch is a spectacular place to fish. Although once famous for very large brown trout, now most of the sport tends to be provided by stocked rainbows, released regularly throughout the season. The feeding in the loch is particularly good and the fish rapidly gain in both weight and condition, providing excellent sport for our nineteen boats. Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, UK
    https://www.fafa-linlithgowloch.org.uk/
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  • Game Angling Scotland
    Welcome to Alberto Laidlaw's Game Angling Instruction website. Alberto is a qualified instructor based in Scotland in the city of Glasgow is a member and past Chairman of GAIA (Game Angling Instructors Association). Alberto has proven his ability both to demonstrate and teach fly fishing techniques and methods. Tuition is offered for beginners, intermediate and advanced levels using structured methods designed to suit different levels of skill. He is also qualified to teach fly tying and is available for lessons and demonstrations. Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    https://gameanglingscotland.co.uk/
    (Added: Mon Jan 08 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Go Fly Fishing UK
    England, Wales and Scotland, Guided Fly Fishing. We provide top quality fly fishing lessons, guided days & gift vouchers. Choose from an unrivalled number of scenic river and lake fly fishing locations in England, Wales and Scotland. The UK has some of the most famous fly fishing locations in the world, from the classic English chalk streams to the rivers and lakes of the Yorkshire Dales.
    http://www.goflyfishinguk.com/
    (Added: Tue Feb 07 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Heriot Angling Club
    The Heriot Angling Club is based in Edinburgh and fishes in South - East and Central Scotland. The Club also manages its own fishery, brown trout and rainbows, on a superb loch in West Perthshire. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
    http://www.heriot-angling.org.uk/
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  • Highland School of Fly Fishing
    Discover the Pleasure of Fly-Fishing for Salmon in Scotland. The Highlands’ many rivers and lochs have some of the best trout and Salmon Fishing Scotland has to offer. Anglers travel great distances to fish in Northern Scotland. Whether you are a beginner, or expert fisher, we can enhance your fly-fishing experience in our scenic rivers and lochs. The Highland School of Fly Fishing offers quality Fly-Fishing Instruction to the beginner and provides coaching to the more experienced angler. Sutherland, Scotland, UK
    http://www.flyfishing-scotland.net/
    (Added: Wed Dec 02 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Inverness Angling Club
    There's no guarantee of catching a 'monster' on the River Ness. But Inverness Angling Club (IAC) can promise enjoyable angling on a beautiful river that has built a solid reputation for its fine catches of salmon, grilse and sea trout. These clear, sparkling waters have delivered years of pleasure for the region's anglers and visitors from many parts of the UK and overseas. IAC leases double bank fishings for some three miles of water where there is always a good chance of a fish. Founded in 1917, Inverness Angling Club successfully supports and promotes angling in Inverness and the surrounding area, attracting a membership of over 350, including a strong junior (under 18) section of some 130. Reaching its centenary year fun 2017, the club can justly claim to have made a significant contribution to game angling in Scotland and further afield. Inverness, Scotland UK
    http://www.invernessanglingclub.co.uk/
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  • Lairg Angling Club
    Lairg Angling Club is situated on the north side of Loch Shin about 1 mile west of the Sutherland village of Lairg. The Club has boats available for hire on 3 local lochs, Shin Craggie and Beannach. The club runs fly only competitions throughout the season including the very popular 2 day Highland Wild Brown Trout Challenge, (Sponsored by Clynelish Distillery) and the Shin Open (Sponsored by Scottish Sea Farms). Lairg, Scotland UK
    http://www.lairg-angling-club.co.uk/
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  • Lake of Menteith Fisheries
    Top Rainbow Trout Fishing in Scotland. Widely reputed to be the best location for fly fishing for rainbow trout and brown trout in Central Scotland, the Lake of Menteith is ideally situated on the edge of the Trossachs. With outstanding scenery, excellent fighting rainbow and brown trout the Lake of Menteith is perceptibly the best fly fishing location in Scotland. The Lake of Menteith Fisheries Ltd company was formed in 1966 by the riparian owners of the Lake. The objective was to preserve the peace and tranquility of the area, whilst at the same time providing local employment. The Lake at the time was increasingly becoming a venue for speed boats and water skiing. To enable the company to become effective managers of the Lake, The Lake of Menteith Fisheries Order Confirmation Act 1970 was passed. This stipulated control of fishing and any activities affecting the fishing. Port of Menteith, Scotland, UK
    http://www.menteith-fisheries.co.uk/
    (Added: Mon Jan 08 2018) - Report this link as bad!
  • Marine Scotland
    Marine Scotland is responsible for marine and fisheries issues in Scotland. Its purpose is to manage Scotland's seas for prosperity and environmental sustainability.
    http://www.scotland.gov.uk/topics/marine
    (Added: Wed Dec 19 2007) - Report this link as bad!
  • Midmar Stillwater Fishery
    Midmar Stillwater Fishery is a family run trout fishery set in the rolling countryside of Aberdeenshire, Just 20 minutes drive from Aberdeen city centre. We have approximately 12 acres of spring fed water over three ponds, each stocked with hard-fighting Rainbow, Blue and Brown trout, it is the ideal place to cast a line. We also have a small 'any method' pond, close to the lodge, which is ideal for those just starting to take an interest in fishing. Our facilities include a custom designed fishing lodge, with a fully accessible toilet, kitchen facilities and a log burning stove. Midmar, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.midmarfishery.co.uk/
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  • Orkney Trout Fishing Association
    Scotland's Premier Angling Club. The OTFA is a non-profit making voluntary body dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of game fishing throughout the Orkney Islands. At a time when natural habitats are under continual threat and pressure, the continuation of the OTFA's work is of paramount importance to both local and visiting angler to ensure that the rich heritage of Orkney trout fishing has a future as bright as it's past. Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
    http://www.orkneytroutfishing.co.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pike Anglers Alliance for Scotland
    Committed to the concept of conserving, protecting and promoting pike and pike angling in Scotland. Since its inception in 2001 the alliance has grown to be Scotland's largest single species angling group, developing effective representation within local and national bodies.
    http://esoxscotland.co.uk/
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  • Port Glasgow Angling Club
    Club Waters: Lower Loch Gryffe, Harelaw and Knocknair Reservoirs. Our membership numbers in recent years has been steadily growing and we currently have around 150 seniors, 45 retired and life members, 25 juniors, some of whom are female. Port Glasgow, Scotland, UK
    http://www.pgac.org.uk/Home.html
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  • River Dee
    Dee District Salmon Fishery Board & River Dee Trust. The Dee is one of the most famous salmon rivers in the world. Every fisher who has cast a fly for Atlantic salmon will know of our wonderful river. We are delighted to welcome anglers from all over the world who come in search of the ultimate prize: a Dee springer taken on the fly. Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.riverdee.org.uk/
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  • Salmon Fishing in Scotland
    An introduction to Salmon Fishing in Scotland with links to maps and information on the major Scottish salmon fishing rivers. Scotland has long been renowned for its salmon fishing on some of the most famous salmon rivers in the world.
    http://www.salmonfishingscotland.com/
    (Added: Wed Nov 22 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Salmon Fishing Scotland - Guided Fishing with Ghillie Jock Monteith
    Monteith Salmon Fishing Services is Scotland's leading quality assured provider of both guided salmon fishing and unguided salmon fly fishing in Scotland. This service covers Scotland's famous salmon rivers namely the rivers Tay, Dee, Tweed & Spey and only engages the very best 'time served' professional salmon guides paired up with productive and well managed salmon fishing venues. Jock Monteith has built a 'unique' reputation in this industry as a professional salmon fishing guide, salmon fishing TV celebrity, River Tay salmon habitat improvement pioneer & salmon fishing equipment designer. The Jock Monteith Salmon Fishing Guide Service provides a one stop shop for your entire Scottish salmon fishing trip inclusive of dedicated professional salmon guides, salmon fly fishing equipment supply, Speycasting & salmon fishing tuition, accommodation advice and airports transfers. River Tay & River Dee, Scotland UK
    https://www.salmon-fishing-scotland.com/
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  • SANACC
    SANACC (Scottish Anglers National Association Competition Clubs Ltd) is the Association of Scottish Angling Clubs which organises national fly fishing competitions for its members and manages the senior Scottish International loch and river teams which compete in the international competitions run under the auspices of the International Fly Fishing Association. Membership of SANACC is open to Angling Clubs based in Scotland and entry to the competitions is restricted to anglers who are members of these clubs. Penicuik, Scotland, UK
    http://www.sanacc.org.uk/
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  • Scotia Fishing
    Fishing Breaks & Fly Fishing Trips in Scotland. We specialise in creating high quality, hassle free fishing breaks & fly fishing trips in Scotland for Salmon, Trout, Grayling, Pike, Pollock, Wrasse. Our vision for Scotia Fishing is to be the most passionate, dedicated and professional guides in Scotland, providing first class guided fishing trips and fishing breaks to our clients from all over the globe. Scotia Fishing offers a range of guided fishing trips and fly fishing breaks in many stunning locations throughout Scotland.
    http://scotiafishing.com/
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  • Scottish Anglers National Association
    SANA (Scottish Anglers National Association Ltd) is recognised as the Governing Body for Game Angling in Scotland. We are a volunteer organisation representing Scottish Game Anglers. We are committed to growing and protecting our sport. We are funded by membership subscriptions and a grant from Sportscotland. We are an inclusive body that includes a number of affiliated organisations for youths, ladies and disabled anglers (SDFFA). SANA is committed to protecting game angling fish stocks and the right to enjoy our sport.
    http://www.sana.org.uk/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Scottish Carp Group
    The Scottish Carp Group was formed in 1988 by five individuals who were keen to promote carp fishing in Scotland and this is still the main aim of the group today. Since those early days the group has grown to around two hundred members and now has five waters to it's name. The group is non profit making with all funds going back into the group. There are no waiting lists and membership is open to everyone. All our members are keen carp anglers but many of us fish for other species eg pike, tench, roach etc and some have an interest in sea & game angling. This diversity means that information and discussion is not limited to carp angling. Many of our members travel around the world in search of big fish, some of the stories are amazing! We have five waters spread throughout central Scotland
    http://scottishcarpgroup.co.uk/
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  • Scottish Federation for Coarse Angling
    The SFCA is the Scottish Governing Body for the sport of Coarse Angling. It was established in the early 1970’s and is committed to the protection of coarse fish stocks in Scotland, and providing equal opportunity for all to get involved and enjoy the sport of coarse angling in a safe and responsible way. We run programmes and courses to increase the number of anglers fishing for fun, run competitions and provide training to increase the number of UKCC coaches required for help individuals to develop within the sport. We engage with stakeholders from across the broad spectrum of the angling sector on issues affecting coarse angling.
    http://www.sfca.co.uk/
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  • Scottish Fishing Guides
    Fly fishing for brown trout and Atlantic salmon in Scotland with Franz and John. We cater for individual anglers, small groups and corporate parties, experienced anglers or complete beginners, all ages, ladies or gents. If you have always dreamed of fishing for wild brown trout in sparking clear rivers, or hooking freshly run sea trout or...wild Atlantic salmon, then look no further. This is the place. Let two of Scotland's most successful anglers guide you to your dream. We guide on the best trout rivers in Scotland.
    http://www.scottishfishingguides.co.uk/
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  • Scottish Sea Angling Conservation Network
    The Scottish Sea Angling Conservation Network (SSACN) is an independent Charity focusing on marine conservation issues, especially those affecting sea anglers. Our primary goal is to work in conjunction with others to help ensure future fish stocks. Kirkcaldy, Scotland UK
    https://www.ssacn.org/
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  • Scotts Coarse Angling Club
    SCAC is a young healthy Coarse Angling Club in the Scottish Borders. Our water is home to an abundance of coarse fish including Mirror and Common Carp to double figures, Roach, Tench, Perch, Pike and Gudgeon. Galashiels, Scotland, UK
    http://www.scottscoarseangling.co.uk/
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  • Shooting & Fishing in Assynt
    The 21,000 acre North Assynt Estate is located in the Parish of Assynt, approximately 100 miles north west of Inverness. The estate boasts some of the finest trout fishing in Sutherland, with some two hundred lochs and lochans. Many lochs have boats for hire, and both bank fishing and boat permits are available at a number of local outlets. Guided wild brown trout fishing, fly fishing tuition for all ages, tackle hire and ghillie service are all available. Stoer, Assynt, Sutherland, Scotland, UK
    http://www.sportingassynt.co.uk/
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  • Silver Lure Sea Angling Club
    The Silver Lure Sea Angling Club was founded as long ago as 1974, and is now one of the longest running Sea Angling Clubs in Scotland. The Club has an active membership which includes guys (and girls) of all levels of experience. We hold monthly boat and shore outings across Scotland, travelling to areas such as the Mull of Galloway, the East Coast area between Arbroath and Montrose, and also the West Coast sea lochs. We also encourage young people to participate. Silver Lure can boast having two fully qualified angling coaches among our members, who are keen to share their skills within an organised coaching environment. Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.silverlure.co.uk/
    (Added: Sat Dec 30 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Swanswater Fishery
    One of the best local Fisheries in the Area of Central Scotland. Swanswater Fishery offers excellent fishing for trout for the bank angler as well as those that prefer fishing from a boat as there are a few boats available on Swanswater. Located in Bannockburn, Stirling it is ideally situated for anglers visiting the City of Stirling and Central Scotland. Sauchieburn, Stirling, Scotland, UK
    http://www.swanswater-fishery.co.uk/
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  • Tayfishing Scotland
    Tailor made fishing and angling days, breaks and holidays in Perthshire Scotland. If you’re looking for the wonders of fishing in Scotland then look no further. Its all here in glorious Perthshire, the home of the River Tay and its many systems, and of some of the very best and most varied river, loch and sea fishing to be found anywhere in Scotland. Amidst stunning rugged mountain splendour found only in Scotland with an abundance of wildlife to be seen everywhere along the way. Individuals, small groups, corporate groups, fishing and angling clubs and societies, families with children (at least eight years old) are all very welcome. No previous experience is necessarily required. We have something – and everything, for everyone, whatever your level of expertise. Perthshire, Scotland, UK
    http://www.tayfishingperthshire.co.uk/
    (Added: Fri Nov 11 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Trout and Salmon Fishing in Scotland
    These pages are all about trout fishing, salmon fishing and sea trout fishing, with particular reference to the great variety of fly fishing available on the lochs and rivers of Scotland. Site includes info, maps, where to fish, fishing tackle, fishing knots, articles, recipes and more. 300 pages of information and photographs relating to Scottish game fishing (salmon, trout and sea trout), featuring several hundred useful maps of the trout and salmon fishing waters of Scotland, from the wild trout lochs of the Scottish highlands and islands to the great salmon rivers of the east coast, from the small but productive salmon spate streams in the west to the fine sea trout fishing rivers of the Solway Firth.
    http://www.trout-salmon-fishing.com/
    (Added: Mon Dec 17 2007) - Report this link as bad!
  • Trout Fishing in Scotland
    An Introduction to Scottish Trout Fishing with maps and information on Scotland's fly fishing lochs and rivers. We will focus here on fly fishing for wild brown trout in Scottish rivers and lochs. Wild brown trout (Salmo trutta) can be found all over Scotland. Indigenous to these islands, brown trout thrive in a whole range of locations, from the smallest burn to the biggest lochs, from the largest rivers of the east and south to the remotest highland lochans of the north west Highlands and Islands. Indeed, there are very few pieces of freshwater in Scotland where you will not find trout.
    http://www.trout-fishing-scotland.com/
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