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2017 Season off to a great start

The 2017 season got off to a great start today with 14 salmon caught down at Bonar Bridge and one caught up at the Scap by Paul Moran. The first salmon of the new season was caught by Adam Ormston in the Honeypot at about 9am this morning, a fish of about 12lb, and fish were caught right through to the end of the tide with a number of anglers, including Adam, scoring doubles.
The first fish of the 2017 season caught by Adam Ormston in the Honeypot
The first fish of the 2017 season caught by Adam Ormston in the Honeypot

Other successful anglers included Ben Marshall, John MacKenzie and Fred Thomas who is thought to have caught the best fish of the day, at around 17lb, from below the road bridge.

Visitor tickets for KoSAA can be purchased from Ardgay Stores and Highland Cafe or through FishPal.

Correction

In the letter sent with the membership cards and tags it was stated that:

The top of the Kyle down to the KoSAA boat mooring at Altass can now only be fished from the right bank or by boat.

This is incorrect and should read:

The top of the Kyle down to just below the first Altass turn off, travelling from Inveran, can now only be fished from the right bank or by boat.

The maps page shows the correct limits.

Loch an Lagain Access

There are 3 padlocks on the stock gate at the entrance to the Lagain track.

One lock is for KoSAA access and the other 2 are for the other users of the track.

Please do not bypass the other 2 locks when locking the gate. The track should be accessible by unlocking any one of the 3 locks.

Thank you for your co-operation.

2017 Membership Subscription Rates

The subscription rates for 2017 remain unchanged.

Adult: £110

Adult Concession (age 18-20): £50

Senior (age 65 and over):  £80

Junior (age 17 and under): Free

Sea trout only below (east) Bonar Bridge: £30

Cheques can be sent to the club secretary.

Lock on Loch an Lagain

Most of the early fish seem to have moved on but a few salmon and some nice sea trout are still being caught each week.

KOSAA now has a lock on the gate to Loch an Lagain and the key is being held by Ardgay Stores. If you visit please keep the gate locked and do not take vehicles beyond the parking area at the boat mooring.