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

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

Atlantic Salmon, Sea Trout, Brown Trout, Grayling, Pike & other coarse species.

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Mid Clyde permit information for 2019 (cat 1 river)

Permits prices for the 2018 season

Salmon & Seatrout for residents of Greater Glasgow and North/South Lanarkshire.

(An application for the migratory season ticket are below, form 1 & 2)


Senior citizens: 2018 SEASON CLOSED

Juvenile: 2018 SEASON CLOSED

Day ticket: 2018 SEASON CLOSED (adults & juvemile)


Brown Trout (2018 season closed) /coarse season permit.

Adult: Season 2018 SEASON CLOSED

Senior citizens: 2018 SEASON CLOSED

Juvenile: 2018 SEASON CLOSED

Day permits: 2018 SEASON CLOSED


Website: midclydeanglingassociation.com

MidClyde control the river from Dalmarnock Bridge in Glasgow upstream to Bothwell on the outskirts of Hamilton

The Salmon start arriving around April time with the runs gradually building from then on and the Grilse usually make an appearance around late July into August.

This part of the river holds good shoals of coarse species around the Dalmarnock, Parkhead & Cambuslang areas with some deep runs which also hold Pike & Barbel.

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Please complete an application form below and attach two passport photographs and send to ...

Mr Alex Queen, 5 Lynn Court, Larkhall,ML9 1QT

Telephone: 01698 889472

(Full information from the MidClyde website)



Download application form here (not available yet for 2019)