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26 June 2017Fish Pal

As part of the Scottish Government Angling Club Support Scheme we have now got a page on the FishPal site to allow visitors to book day rods.

http://www.fishpal.com/Scotland/EasterRoss/AlnessAnglingClub/?dom=Pal
 

We hope this will encourage visitors and increase revenues for the Club.  The Club website is linked to the FishPal page and to keep the website fresh please send any photographs of the beats, details and photos of fish and any other points of interest by replying to this address or to the Club Facebook page.

23 June 2017Armadale tracking project

Armadale tracking project
 
Tags Wanted
 
Reward
 
 
Marine Scotland is tracking salmon from July 2017 and would like your help.
 
If you catch a salmon with a tag (as shown in the attached photograph) near the dorsal fin, then please remove it by cutting through the plastic cord to remove the acoustic tag (black cylinder). Please note that the colour of the cord may vary from yellow.

Please send the acoustic tag, also with a note of day and location of capture, to:

 

Armadale Tracking,

Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory,

Faskally,

Pitlochry,

PH16 5LB

 

Please enclose your name, postal and email (if applicable) address and we will send you £20 in reward.

 

If you have any other information about the fish (eg a photo, length, sex) then please include it when you send in the tag. However, please do not delay the safe return of the fish to the water to obtain any such information.

 

With thanks

 

 

The Armadale Tracking Team

 

09 June 2017Fish Caught

Paul Niven caught a sealiced fish of around 8lb from the Stick Pool on Thursday (8/6/17) evening.

09 June 2017Fish Caught

A lovely fish of around 9lb caught in the Distillery Pool on Wednesday night.

02 May 2017Another Fish

There has been a second fish caught off the club water. Duncan Millburn caught and released a fresh 10lb in the Stick Pool on Friday 28th April. 

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