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The Mid Clyde Angling Association (MCAA) manages and protects the fishing on the River Clyde in Scotland. They offer migratory, trout, and coarse permits on a day and season ticket basis for 8 miles of double bank fishing in the middle Clyde, from Bothwell Bridge to Dalmarnock Bridge. The river is home to various species of fish, including Atlantic salmon, Sea trout, Brown trout, Grayling, Pike, and other coarse species. The MCAA website provides information about their permits, fishing methods, and more. If you are interested in fishing on the River Clyde, you might want to check out the MCAA website for more details about their fishing permits and regulations.

There can be some amazing looking Salmon that come off the River Clyde these days, especially the fish that managed to get caught whilst travelling upstream towards their spawning area’s up in UCAPA water and it’s joining tributaries later in the season.

The 1st reports of fish getting caught comes around the April / May time and some steady catches through the season from then on.

Fly, Spinning & bait fishing are allowed methods on MCAA controlled water.

Please ensure you purchase your fishing ticket before fishing.

Angling information on MCAA controlled water

Brown Trout Ticket

Migratory Ticket

Coarse / Grayling Ticket

River level data for MCAA area


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