NAIRN ANGLING ASSOCIATION

SEASON 2015 NEWS

 

16/03/15

 

The opening ceremony had a good turnout although the water was on the rise and by the afternoon was unfishable. The river remained high through the following week  however as the water started to drop off an 8lb springer was returned  by David Johnstone from Colins pool on Saturday 14th. Fish are being reported from other rivers so definitely worth a cast.

 

 

 

 

 

The NAA season for 2015 will start open on Saturday the 7th March, with the opening ceremony being held at the Jubilee Bridge at 10:00. The club are actively wanting encourage new  members  to join  the club for 2015 .At the NAA’s  2014 AGM meeting some new changes were voted through:

 

Junior Membership now free up to age 16

Visitor Day tickets have been reduced to £25 per day

Joining fee has been removed

Non Resident ticket reduced to £175

Intermediate ticket age 17 -21 now £15

Student permit removed

 

The Leanach Beat fishing will not be renewed for 2015.

 

The NAA rule concerning all Fish to be returned up to the 31st of May has been removed.

 

Anglers are now required by Law to return all fish up to the 31st March.

 

After this date the NAA will follow the NDSFB catch and release recommendation for all fish to be returned up to the 1st May.

 

The Nairn season runs from March 1st to 7th October and day or weekly tickets are available to visiting anglers. Methods are Fly and Worm, Spinning is also allowed when water levels are above the spinning marks.

 

For a relatively small river it can be very productive, both in terms of the quality of fish caught and the quantity. Often called "The little Gem" the Nairn can provide fantastic sport for local anglers and visiting fishers alike.

 

The River Nairn rises in headstreams on the slopes of Carn Ghriogair in the Monadhliath Mountains and flows North-Eastwards through Strathnairn for 38 miles to empty into the Moray Firth at Nairn.

 

The Nairn Angling Association holds 8 miles of fishing offering the angler some of the best Salmon & Sea Trout Association water in Scotland. The fishing's are over some 7 beats and include some excellent fly water.

 

The Nairn Angling Association dates back to 1923 and its aim is to promote and improve fishing, on an 8 mile stretch of the river Nairn for both local people and visitors alike.

 

River Bailiff  0782 5554808

 

The Nairn Angling Association holds 8 miles of fishing offering the angler some of the best Salmon & Sea Trout Association water in Scotland. The fishing's are over some 7 beats and include some excellent fly water.

 

The Nairn Angling Association dates back to 1923 and its aim is to promote and improve fishing, on an 8 mile stretch of the river Nairn for both local people and visitors alike.