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Clyde UCAPA

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Overview

Atlantic salmon have been returning to the Clyde in reasonable numbers for some years now.

Considering that the Clyde salmon never returned to the river for over 100 years due to the level of pollution caused by the industrial revolution, their return is a great success story and testament to the hard work managing the fishery carried out by all the UCAPA volunteers.

As a recovering salmon fishery, stocks are still very vulnerable and UCAPA support catch and release.

Sea trout numbers are still very low on the Clyde and on a national scale so it was decided some time ago that all sea trout must be returned.

Please ensure to abide by the COVID-19 restrictions.


Why you need to fish here

The association enjoys a long tradition of river and fisheries management, principally on the River Clyde and a number of tributaries. A heritage passed down from generations of previous members.

Max rods/permits
20

Reviews

4.3
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Banks
3.7
Hut
5.0
Ghillie customer service
4.4
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4.6
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Facilities & information

Facilities

Sunday fishing

Fish

Grayling

Atlantic salmon

Sea trout

Trout

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