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Registered in Scotland - No. 60404 (1976)

 

 

The Chairman, Secretary and Directors welcome you to the UCAPA Ltd website and invite you to browse around and become familiar with the Association and our activities.

The Association enjoys a long tradition of river and fisheries management, principally on the River Clyde and a number of tributaries. A heritage passed down from generations of previous members. Their legacy is the good angling enjoyed by so many on the River Clyde today.

All funds raised through the sale of fishing permits are wisely invested on the management of UCAPA licensed waters.

Tight lines! …………………....….Hopefully no up a tree!

 

Chairman:    Matt Mitchell (01698) 261808

 

                        

 

Public Relations Officer:

                       Tom McGregor (01501) 740928

 

To contact us:

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WARNING

The attention of all anglers is drawn to the possibility of sudden dangerous fluctuations in the water level downstream from Stonebyres Power Station.

 

For your safety UCAPA strongly recommends the wearing of flotation aids at all times.

 

For their own safety, under 16s should be supervised by a responsible adult.