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Caurnie Angling Club Fishing report
Milton of Campsie
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Comments: Fly Fishing for brown trout. Boats available for members. Memberships available for residents of East Dunbartonshire £110 pa (Contact Membership Secretary Ian Black 0141 776 6162 ) Bank Day-Tickets from JB Angling, Eastside, Kirkintilloch & Janice,Hairdresser, Birdston Rd. Milton of Campsie, Also guest tickets available from Caurnie Angling Clubs- Committee members and must be purchased prior to fishing, Phone for details

NOTE :- For full membership availability contact the above. All Members must carry both their Permits and Id Cards when at the Loch . In any Calender Day, no more than 4 Fish of which no more than two Rainbow trout may be killed and taken by any one person . At the Clubs competitions the limit is raised to 8 fish. Methods of fishing: fly-fishing only, ‘with courtesy and in the spirit of the rules . Fishing shall be restricted to a single rod and line per person, with not more than 4 flies. All baits, floats and spinners are prohibited.Trout, less than 10” long, from the snout to the fork in the tail, must be returned unharmed to the water.
Members in boats must not approach within forty yards of bank anglers.
Boats must be left clean and tidy after use and all rubbish taken away.
Members & guests are advised to wear a buoyancy-aid or lifejacket.
Junior Members must wear a buoyancy-aid, or lifejacket and be accompanied by a Voting Member at all times.
Buoys, moorings, traps, ropes etc.- Only members authorised by the Committee may move these.
Boats must not be used in very high winds.
Boats: -
Voting Members have four days sole use of a boat allocated each season. Does not apply on Sundays.
If, when using a boat, you are summoned to the bank, by a member who has that boat allocated, you must
comply and surrender the boat immediately.
Members may obtain permission, in writing, to use another member’s boat allocation.
If a boat is not in use, then any Voting Member may use it.
Two rods are allowed to fish from a boat. A third person may row the boat.
The following are prohibited: Mooring to buoys, tying up to other boats, anchoring, trolling, fishing from the punt, studded footwear in boats, outboard motors (petrol), float tubes and personal boats.
Members in boats must not approach within forty yards of bank anglers.
Boats must be left clean and tidy after use and all rubbish taken away.
Members & guests are advised to wear a buoyancy-aid or lifejacket.
Junior Members must wear a buoyancy-aid, or lifejacket and be accompanied by a Voting Member at all times.
Buoys, moorings, traps, ropes etc.- Only members authorised by the Committee may move these.
Boats must not be used in very high winds.


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Waist and Thigh waders only are permitted

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