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Why not try a day's fishing on one, or all, of our water?
Tickets are priced at £15, with a two fish limit per ticket and cover all three lochs.
You can purchase ticket at the following outlets:
- Eaglesham Post Office
- Scot Mid store, Eaglesham
- Total Fly Fishing Lanarkshire, St James ' Retail Centre, Peel Park, East Kilbride
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Eaglesham Angling Association. The members of the club have developed this web site to mark the occasion and to show our progression into the 21st century by embracing new technology alongside the age-old art of fly fishing. As the web site is still in it's infancy there is at this time limited content.
Great news, dates have been set for the 2013 season fishing annual fishing competitions. We have to two competitions this year, which is a real bonus.
Club Championship Competition
- Venue: Corsehouse Reservoir
- Date: Sunday 2nd June
- Time: 2pm till 6pm
Midsummer Fishing Competition
- Venue: Loch Goin
- Date: Friday 21st June
- Time: 6pm till Dusk
The midsummer fishing competition will be started off with a BBQ.
The Association itself has a fairly long history. It has in the last 50 years it has, through the hard work of the committee, acquired the fishing rights to three waters:
- Picklaw Reservoir, situated within the village of Eaglesham.
- Loch Goin, on the Fenwick Moor.
- Corsehouse Reservoir, situated close to Stewarton.
All three lochs have boats available on a first come first served basis and all lochs are strictly fly fishing only from either the bank or the boat, boathouses are securely locked and padlocked they can only be accessed with a key. All lochs are stocked annually with brown trout and our currently policy is to stock with 12" fish. The size limit on the lochs is 11" and members are restricted to 4 fish each outing.
All provide excellent fishing throughout the season as you would expect from well managed waters. Members (including day ticket holders) are encouraged to adopt a catch and release policy to ensure great sport throughout the season. Although I'm sure it wouldn't be frowned upon to take a one or two for the pan now and again.
Whether you are a member of the Association or would like to try a days fishing by purchasing a day ticket we hope you will find this web site informative and wish you well.