The new Mid Clyde Angling Association website was published on 14th May 2014

MCAA a has absolutely no affiliation to any Facebook page other than the Mid Clyde Angling Association page

We have had our first fish for 2021,a cracker at just short of 10 lb, caught by Kevin Davies on a fly.

Well done to Kevin who also wins the Kemp Meikle Memorial Cup


A close up of the fish.


We received a card from Jim Farquharson’s family



All of our season Salmon permits for 2021 have now been sold,day permits are still available from the usual outlets.

Tony and Davie were down at the wier this morning and put up a plaque for Jim right below where he used to sit.

All day permit holders must submit a catch return even if no fish were caught a blank submission must by law be sent back to the association  

 This can be done online  Here

It is with great sadness that I want to pass along our condolences to Jim Farquharson’s family and friends.  Jim was a fisher, a bailiff and a pal . He brought good chat, great laughter and brilliant stories to Mid Clyde. He gave good advice, the odd cup of sugar disguised as coffee and offered to save my rod if I was drowning.

We’ll miss him and I think the river will too.
By Laura Braterman.

Guidance from Marine Scotland for anglers during the Coronavirus 


From this season you will be required to submit Rod Fishing Effort along with your Catch Returns, Rod Fishing Effort is the amount of days fished in the season, even if you only fish for an hour it counts as one day.

The permit download has a rough grid that you can use and submit along with your Catch Return, the on line Returns form will have a similar grid and will be available nearer the end of the season.

More information on Rod Fishing Effort Here