The new MCAA Website was published at 19.00 17/05/15

The contacts form has been moved to the main menu, it turned out to a bit small where it was. Contact Form 

Time is up for submitting your catch returns.

Thanks to everyone who took the time to send them in to us


We had a pollution incident this morning witnessed by our River manager Alistair Hughes  SEPA was contacted

We would ask if you spot any signs of pollution of any kind please phone SEPA they should give you an incident number, if they don’t please ask for one as this helps follow it up,it would also be beneficial  but not always possible if you would wait for the SEPA rep to attended. There is a Pollution FORM and a file upload and would ask if you could fill it in and submit it to us, all this information will help fight against these incidents.



We are holding another casting day,Sunday 30th September 12 o’clock at Grayfriars, it was a great success last time so come along it’s only for a couple of hours,there will be plenty rods and reels to have a cast with and there will be help on hand if needed.

This will probably be the last one this season so don’t miss out

There is a new item on the mail menu HERE

Thanks to the guys who turned up for the clean up this morning

It was once again a very disappointing turnout with only four members and two from the  committee attending.

We have received a couple of letters from CHAS

Well done guys.



Below is a picture of John and Alex presenting Anne from our chosen charity CHAS with a cheque for £1500 form MCAA.

This fantastic amount of money was raised by selling raffle tickets,donations at the opening day, non catch return renewals and donations,thanks to everyone who contributed to raise this sum of money for a very worthy cause.

The presentation took place at a fishing competition at Glengavel Reservoir on Sunday 5th August organised by Mr Derek Ramage where another £817 was raised for the charity, on behalf of Derek, a big thanks to everyone for their efforts for yesterday especially UAAA for yesterdays venue.


A few pictures of yesterday

The raffle prizes


Trophy for the heaviest fish went to Kevin Davies with a fish at 4lb 8oz


The heaviest basket went to John MacArthur at 2lb 6oz.


The River Management page has been updated.

As there seems to be a few fish in the system can we remind members that we are needing scale samples,there is lots of information can be got from these samples and we would appreciate the collection of them.

You can either hand them to one of the bailiffs or send them to

Mr J Delaney

56 Kenshaw Avenue,



More info HERE about how to take the samples and and a link to a scale envelope template



A fish of 17lb lb today for Tam Riley .The fish was safely returned.

Well done Tam.

The next scheduled clean up is on 24th June at 10 o’clock at Grayfriars.

Fish caught this evening no more details yet

At long last we have our first fish for 2018

An 11 pound fish taken on a Flying”C” by Robert Chartier (Cha) I think the smile says it all.

Well done Cha.

The method for contacting us has changed,there is now a Contact form , if you would like to contact  us please fill in the form and click the send button,there is also a file upload section should you want to send in any pictures.Please be aware any pictures sent in to us for the website or our Facebook page will be watermarked with a copyright mark for reasons that were discussed at last seasons AGM.

And a direct link to the Mid Clyde Angling Association official Facebook page has been added.


We had our casting day to day and had a good turn out with current members and new members which is always good to see.

Thanks to Lee Taylor,Russ Brennan,John Brown,Alistair Hughes,Pat Casey,Sinc McAllister,John Bruin,Alistair McKenzie,Steve Banks,Bob McKinley,Derek Ramage, Scott Connachan,Alex Littlejohn,Gary Drummond,and Gordon Benson for making it such a success.

And a very special thanks to John Clark who helped most of the guys with their casting


We would like to inform all our members that All MCAA bailiffs carry an identification card with their picture on it which they should show you when on their patrols.If you are approached by someone claiming to be a bailiff and dose not show you his card please get ( if you can ) his name and send the association an email stating his name and or description and where you were approached.

Scottish Minister Appointed Bailiffs will show you his warrant card.