COVID-19 PHASE 3
With all travel restrictions now lifted it is hope that fishing is returning to near normality. The recent water has brought a good number of salmon, grilse and sea trout into the Allan and fish have been caught all through the system.
The Association committee are asking that all anglers continue to follow the Scottish Government Phase 3 guidelines including social distancing where required.
Please can I remind you that when approached by Committee Members or District Salmon Fishery Board Bailiffs you will be required to show your permission to fish. Annual memberships are available on this website and day tickets are available at
Be Safe and Tight Lines
WHO WE ARE
The Association was started in 1911 as part of a growing concern that there was no regulation around fishing in the local area. The Association has gone from strength to strength over the last 100 years managing these local fishings and can still offer fishing at affordable prices on large stretches of the Allan Water. The Committee continues to meet regularly to discuss issues relating to the river. Looking ahead to 2019 the focus will be on increasing and maintaining membership numbers,making it easier for visitors to obtain daily/weekly permits and providing better accessibility to the water where possible. The committee will be working with the Forth fishery board and the Forth Rivers trust to try to deliver sustainable and responsible fishing for many years to come. The Allan Water Angling Improvement Association remains a non profit organisation and relies on external funding to allow any larger projects to be considered. It is hoped that in the coming year through partnership with local businesses that some much needed access works will be carried out.
Here at Allan Water Angling Improvement Association, we are committed to ensuring that our members and visitors get the best value for money when fishing the Allan Water.
The Catherdral Streams in Winter