Month: August 2014

CRIMPing on the Culter

CRIMPers from the Lamington and District Angling Improvement Association got kicking with their first sampling sessions on the Lamington Burn and Culter Water. Riverfly enthusiast Jim Lees, who writes his own fly fishing blog, and Marc Light, a keen more »

Posted in crimp_news, Culter Burn, Lamington Burn, News

University of Glasgow student making valuable contribution to CRIMP

Marine and Freshwater Biology student, Stef Scott, is about to embark on her third year of study and is also volunteering her spare time to look after her local river, the Allander water. Steph hopes to go into environmental consultancy more »

Posted in crimp_news, News, River Kelvin

Plea for salmon information

A freshly dead salmon was brought to our lab by a bailiff from the River Kelvin Angling Association yesterday. The fish had extensive lesions around the head and fin damage as shown in the pictures below. We have informed the Fish more »

Posted in Angling, Clyde Catchment, News, River Kelvin

Keeping watch on the White Cart

New ‘CRIMPers’ from the Busby Angling Association have stepped up to keep watch over their local river the White Cart Water. Scott Ferguson and Ken Gillies, who trained up back in May, have strategically selected sites on the river to best more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News