The new BAC Committee Officers for 2015 Season.
Something to be aware of.............
will wish to be aware that today we have launched a public consultation
on proposed conservation measures to introduce a licensing system
for killing wild salmon in Scotland. Details on the consultation and
information on how you can make your view known can be found at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2015/02/4158
Frank had the 9.75lb Salmon on the Don at Inverurie- pictures in the Gallery
Janet Adams had a late fish on the River Glass- 6 and 1/2lbs. 13th Oct on her own-tied Allys' Shrimp - click for picture
The Fisheries Review was discussed at length and there are some items to put forward to the AGM from the report. Link to a PDF version
3rd 2015 Wednesday 8p.m.
Minutes for 6th May.
Bank Clearance : We may need some volunteers to clear the Mealloch after Alan Brindle has assessed the problems and access.
Access through the gate to the Ferry Beat: After discussions with Lovat Estates, keys are available but the gate needs to stay locked to stop fly-tipping near the riverbank.
Only a few Juniors have confirmed renewal this year and the Club and President will be trying to encourage more younger members to join.
Competitions: Loch Watton is booked for Saturday 25th July with 10 definites and a bus for transport. Contact Neil Mackenzie if you want to sign up for the day.
A thanks to whoever cleared the trees left after the flood at Beat 3. It makes it much easier to cast out.
Outflow Pipe: The new 'land drain' from the field opposite Beat 1 is a cause for concern with the outflow pipe well above the river level. It looks to be a drain for the Toll Corner where the new bus stop has been installed but the height of the outflow could cause bank erosion.
There are many discussions happening at Government level concerning fish tagging, licensing, stocks etc. We'll try and keep you up to date with the results as they come from the various bodies.
Visit Grahams in Inverness for Firth Tickets from Wester Lovat to Bunchrew.
Day tickets will be available in The Lovat Arms, Beauly for the 2015 Season.
To add yourself to the waiting list - click this link: or send your details to The President at beauly-angling-club
OFFICE BEARERS 2015
Mingulay, Easter Moniack, Kirkhill.
Tel: Kirkhill 831721
Leanassie, Beauly. IV4 7AF
Committee for 2015
Tide Table estimates will be available for the start of the 2015 season
Tide timetable details can be found at easytide.ukho.gov.uk
COMMITTEE MEETING DATES 2015. Wednesday 8pm Beauly Shinty Clubhouse.
AGM Weds 25th November 2015, 7.30 pm at The Lovat Arms, Beauly (room to be confirmed).
General terms are below:
Salmon, Sea Trout and Finnock- 11th February to 15th October Brown Trout-15th March to 6th October.
A maximum of 1 rod per angler is allowed.
No more than 2 anglers should fish any pool at one time.
Fishing is by fly only using a conventional fly rod and line from Lovat bridge to Wester Lovat.
Thereafter fly, spinners, bait etc. can be used.
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