Month: June 2015

Diseased salmon caught on River Kelvin

A female adult salmon in very poor condition was brought to us by a member of the River Kelvin Angling Association today after being caught last night near Kelvinhall. The fish had extensive pathology around the head and tail but showed no signs of more »

Posted in Angling, News, River Kelvin

CRIMP Sharing Good Practice

The report from the recent Sharing Good Practice event is now available on the SNH website link http://www.snh.gov.uk/docs/A1665462.pdf. This explored opportunities for getting involved in surveying the local environment, and focused on practical approaches to monitoring the quality of air, water, soil more »

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CRIMP in the community

Quarriers (http://www.quarriers.org.uk/) is the most recent group to sign up to ‘Caring for the Clyde’ by joining the Clyde Riverfly Monitoring Partnership. Last month volunteer Alistair Baird became a certified CRIMPer and has since been out a few times to more »

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Board Burn monitored by local community

Members from the newly established ‘Board Burn Improvement Group’ have taken to their local river to understand more about the fly life living in the watercourse that runs right under Twechar Main Street and next to the community centre and more »

Posted in crimp_news, News, River Kelvin

The Green Water, Gryfe and Blacketty are under watch

CRIMP welcomes Elaine Gallaher and Barrie Dean to the Strathgryfe monitoring group.  Thanks to them, the communities who fish the Gryfe Water as part of Strathgryfe Angling Association have got almost all the bases covered! They recently added the Blacketty Water, more »

Posted in crimp_news, News, River Gryfe