2019 Reported Catch Results

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The River Doon catch data from 2019 is available and detailed below. It is also incomplete so perhaps there were a few more fish captured than were reported. Salmon and grilse – 19 salmon killed, 276 released  – Total 295 35 sea trout returned.   While many anglers bemoaned a lack of fish, this river […]

Encouraging results from Chapelton Burn

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Finally water levels have dropped back towards more fishable levels and today ART managed to perform 2 surveys on the Chapelton and Brockloch Burns within the Doon catchment. Both these burns have suffered from diffuse pollution issues in the past and the condition of the habitat has been poor for many years. Historic dredging, livestock […]

An invitation to watch the Patagonia film ‘Artifishal’

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Ayrshire Rivers Trust have arranged to screen the Patagonia produced film ‘Artifishal’ at the University of the West of Scotland, Ayr Campus,  University Avenue, Ayr KA8 0SX on the 3rd July at 6.30pm. The University  is on the banks of the Ayr at Craigie and there’s plenty of parking available. This event is free to attend […]

Fishing Available

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                 DOONBANK FISHINGS SYNDICATE From Alloway railway bridge through Cambusdoon to Mount Charles Pool Dam. A few days still to let at £250 for a day of the week for the whole season. Contact David Cosh    email  d.cosh@mac.com   mobile  07968 071554

Smolts at Skeldon Weir

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ART checked for any problems with smolts migrating downstream at Skeldon Weir on the Doon near Hollybush. They didn’t expect to find any issues and thankfully all seems fine. However, the Trust are reporting of significant numbers of smolts building behind Catrine Dam on the Ayr which they attribute to the position of the screens […]