Caurnie Angling Club Scotland
Caurnie Angling Club
Situated at the foot of the Campsie Hills between Milton of Campsie and Inchterf, Antermony Loch is also home to a variety of wildlife. Water hen, coots, swans, ducks, bats and lots more and also - to our dismay - the occasional Cormorant is spotted catching the trout. The odd Osprey can be also be seen circling overhead.
The loch is stocked on a regular basis mainly with brown trout and a few hundred rainbows in the high summer . The limit per calendar day is 4 fish.
Visitor bank-tickets are available throughout the season and can be purchased from “JB Angling” in Kirkintilloch and “Janice”, the hairdressers in Milton of Campsie.
Priced at £15. These must be purchased prior to fishing.
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A small selection of some of the best links to angling venues in Scotland and fisheries also a link to a fantastic fly tying site
Extracts From Minute Book of the KELVIN VALLEY Angling Club Kirkintilloch 20th SEPTEMBER 1900 TO 9TH MAY 1919. The Kelvin Valley Angling Club is believed to be a precursor of the Caurnie Angling Club, as the Minute Book has been handed down from Secretary to Secretary. TREASURER SCARPERS WITH CLUB FUNDS
Enter site to see a magnificent view of Milton of Campsie Antermony Loch highlighting various name points with the mouse button
Fishing Reports 2012, Members and guests with photos of last seasons catches and competition results
Brine Recipe, Lists all ingredients required and smoking tips, easy to follow instructions to guarantee success
Trout Recipes, Mouth watering links from around the world. All about healthy eating, a reason why you should eat fish on a regular basis. Help protect your heart by maintaining a regular supply of essential fatty acids Omega -3
Photo Gallery Archives with lots of photos of work parties and fish stockings
Applications for membership shall be made in writing to the secretary or Membership secretary
The Committee may refuse or amend membership without being required to give reason
Membership will not become effective until all fees are paid and the committee is satisfied that the rules have been studied and understood.Members may pay by two equal cheques one postdated by two Calender months,both cheques
to be signed and dated and given at the same time Entry fees and the price of permits for non members shall be determined at the AGM.
Flash Movie of work party 2005 approx 9 minutes of movie showing the members doing repairs and maintenance to equipment ,getting ready for the start of the new season
Competitions Dating back to1928
Winners of Spring Cup ,Brown Shield, Jewett Cup, Summer cup ,Brown Cup Autumn Cup Junior Cup, Club Champion and Cafaro Trophy for heaviest fish caught
A real good news story. Caurnie Angling Club goes from strength to strength. With a thriving membership of 220 adults, including a few lady anglers, as well as members who are in their 90s, Caurnie Angling Club is one of the largest in Scotland.
News Clip (From The Kirkintilloch Herald April 28, 1943) Featuring the Ladies having Tea in the boat shed and Photos of the launching of a new boat
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