Welcome to FishClyde, we will hopefully guide you to any information you will need to fish the River Clyde Scotland.
FishClyde do not own, control, or sell any tickets for the fishing on the river.
We are here to provide links and information in order for you to fish the river.
Below you will find the Clubs & Associations that control the fishing on the river & who to contact for permits to fish the river
Atlantic Salmon, Sea Trout, Brown Trout, Grayling, Pike & other coarse species.
Details for MidClyde
Details for UCAPA
Details for Lamington
UCAPA Control the fishing from Motherwell Bridge up stream to Stonebyres Falls (some restrictions in place, please check the official UCAPA website for full details) for migratory species (Salmon & Sea Trout).
Brown Trout & Grayling fishing is also available with further fishing upstream of this area with exception to Hozier & Lamington controlled water along with some private stretches. please check the official Lamington website for all restrictions.
Lamington & District Angling Improvement Association control the fishing on the river from Boat Bridge, Thankerton, to the Bower Pool at Roberton.
Brown Trout & Grayling fishing is available, there is no Salmon or Sea Trout fishing available on this part of the river as the Salmon & Sea Trout cannot pass the falls at Stonebyers.
Details for Hozier
The Hozier Angling Association control the fishing on the River Clyde from Eastersills Farm downstream to New Lanark.
Brown Trout & Grayling fishing is available from the association, there is no Salmon
or Sea Trout in this part of the river as this stretch of the River Clyde is again
above the un-
bait fishing (no set lines or bubble floats)
day tickets & season tickets available for all species.
Lamington Brown Trout
M.C.A.A Control the lower part of the River Clyde from Dalmarnock Bridge in Glasgow, upriver to Bothwell Bridge in Lanarkshire.
Fishing for all species including coarse species is by permit only, you must purchase a permit prior to fishing the river, permits are NOT on sale from bailiffs or river warden.
Day tickets & season tickets available for all species.
Various coarse species, including Barbel
Bait fishing (no prawn or shrimp) are all permitted on this stretch.
(Always check the M.C.A.A website for further information)
Permits must be purchased prior to fishing the river or its tributary's
Permits cannot be purchased on the river.
River bailiffs & river wardens will be on patrol
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