Category: Black Cart Water

Another potential problem on the River Gryffe…

Further to the ongoing fish kill, we have been informed of a pollution incident on a tributary of the Gryffe – the Dargavel Burn. The photographs (taken today by Alan Beaton of the Bridge of Weir Angling Club) show what more »

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Fish kill on the River Gryffe

A fish kill was discovered on the River Gryffe in Renfrewshire over the weekend by Alan Beaton of the Bridge of Weir Angling Club (BoWAC) and Sandy Ritchie of Paisley Abercorn Angling Club. Alan took measurements and photographs of eleven┬ádead more »

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Weir on it!

The Clyde River Foundation is participating in a national barrier assessment project being co-ordinated by Rivers and Fisheries Trusts Scotland (RAFTS) and financed by SEPA’s Water Restoration Fund. The Foundation’s scientific information is being combined with a site visit by more »

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If you are reading this, you likely have some interest in news from your local catchment. You can help by supplying useful catchment-focussed information to this website. If you… – are running a river-related event – have concerns about the more »

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