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29 October 2018Open Meeting

The current season ends on 31st October and you will have received your catch return forms for the season.  It is very important that we get all forms returned promptly so that we can report catches to the Fisheries Board in the required time.  
The Club is holding an open meeting at 7.30 pm on 12th November at the Perrins Centre.  Mr Bob Kindness will be speaking about his experience in the recovery of salmon stocks on the River Carron at Lochcarron. All past and current members are welcome to attend the meeting so please let anyone know who you think might be interested.

29 October 2018Grade 1

The Scottish Government have published the proposed categorisation for Scottish Salmon rivers for 2019 and the excellent news is that the River Alness has been moved from category 3 (compulsory catch and release) applied this year to back to our previous category 1 for the 2019 season.  The primary reason for the grade 1 category is the recognition of the effectiveness of the existing voluntary local management conservation interventions which mean that the salmon stocks are deemed to be sustainable.  This is thanks to the membership acting responsibly and returning a high proportion of fish over several years.  We will have to continue a strong conservation policy to retain the category 1 grading into the  future and it is good  to see that its value has been recognised.
If you want to read the Government statement on salmon conservation it can be found at



If you prefer to go to the list of categories for Scottish Rivers the document can be found online  

If you cannot download the gradings document please reply to this message and I will send you it separately.





20 September 2018Another one for Martin

Martin Golabeck is having a good week with his second fish in two days , This time a 9lbs fish again from the Distillery Pool.

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