Latest News - 2019 Season
Casting at the tail of Poll na Creice.
Tuesday 1st January 2019
Just a quick message to wish all of our members, visiting anglers and website visitors a very healthy, happy and prosperous new year.
The AGM of this Association was due to be held in Grantown's Garth Hotel in early January, however this has had to be rescheduled as the hotel will be closing temporarily for refurbishment. It is likely that it will now be held in 'The Garth' towards the middle of January. The new date can be confirmed by staff at Mortimer's shop, Tel. 01479 872684.
Finally, after a full 14 years of voluntary service running this wonderful website, I have reluctantly decided to retire from this role. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at the helm and am most grateful to all who have assisted and contributed towards its success. I am sure that my successor, (Graham at Mortimer's shop), will keep you up to date with news, conditions and catches and I wish him every success with his new duties.
So, it is for a final time that I wish you all the very best for the future and tight lines! Jimmy M.
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Thursday 4th April 2019
Welcome to our news page for the 2019 season. We aim to keep this page updated regularly with catches, conditions and prospects.
So far this season, five salmon and one sea-trout have been reported. This includes three at 12 lbs, one at 15 lbs and one at 20 lbs.
The river height has been fairly steady, to date, and is presently 1 foot 9 inches.
Plenty of fish are being seen, however anglers are in short supply.
We have experienced a fair amount of snow during the past couple of days. We expect things to warm up with some rain due tonight; tomorrow's temperature may even hit double-figures.
All being well, another update will follow on Saturday.
Saturday 6th April 2019
Another week over and its been rather quiet on the Association.
Its been a mixed week of weather ...wet ,windy , heavy snow then more rain .
The height this morning was 2`3" and falling .A good height for the spinner but again lack of fishers meant no fish recorded as of yet .
Temperatures are looking to be on the rise next week and brighter conditions .With Easter approaching hopefully the anglers will arrive.