Month: October 2015

8th annual Grayling Day

Today we met up with local anglers to survey grayling in the Clyde for our 8th annual grayling day. Every year we meet with members of local angling clubs to electrofish the South Calder Water in Motherwell and this year we more »

Posted in Angling, Foundation work, News, South Calder

Trout at Transition art trail now open!

This morning we opened the Trout at Transition art trail as part of Biggar Little Festival. The art trail is the final installation from our first primary-to-secondary school transition project which involved artist Holly Keasey and the learning community of Biggar more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News

Flying Fish project continues to grow with Glasgow Airport funding boost

Primary school pupils in West Dunbartonshire and Glasgow City have been fishing for facts in their local waterways thanks to a recent funding boost from Glasgow Airport. More than 250 pupils from seven primary schools in the north and west more »

Posted in Clyde Catchment, Education, News

Campsie Angling Association back in the river

We met with the Campsie Angling Association secretary Lawrence Meechan on the Glazert Water for a refresher in the riverfly monitoring technique. Lawrence attended one of the first Riverfly monitoring training courses on the River Clyde in 2012, before CRIMP more »

Posted in Angling, crimp_news, News, River Kelvin

Trout at Transition art trail opening

Next week we’ll be opening a riverside art trail as part of Biggar Little Festival. The trail will consist of artwork produced by pupils of Biggar High School during our Trout at Transition project and we are very excited about more »

Posted in Camps Water, Clyde Catchment, Education, Glengonnar Water, Mouse Water, News

Fish kill report

We have received the final report from Marine Scotland’s Fish Health Inspectorate on the fish kill that occurred in the Gryfe and Kelvin catchments throughout August and September. Fish collected from the Gryfe were analysed for disease and a number of pathogens were detected (bacterial, more »

Posted in Angling, Clyde Catchment, News, River Gryfe, River Kelvin, Uncategorized