This is the homepage of the Bridge of Allan 76 Angling Club. The club is a co-operative of like minded game fisherman who collectively manage a small number of private fishing lochs. We look after the environment around our lochs and help cultivate the correct conditions to support good fishing. This often involves members taking an active part in work parties to help maintain the natural balance of the lochs. The club also has a very active match section with regular competition outings throughout the year. While the club is a private club we often organize visits to our lochs for groups of disabled anglers.

February 2018 Update

As part of our regular maintenance we reviewed the lochs during February.

Bottom Loch Frozen Over

The lochs at the moment are not fishable due to snow and ice and we advise members not to travel to the lochs without paying close attention to the weather. There is also a very good chance that the lochs may be frozen over due to the current weather conditions.

November 2017 Work Party

As part of our regular maintenance we conducted a work party on the 26th of November.

Top Loch

The day was much colder than expected however we carried out an inspection of the fishings finding everything in order. We also removed the boats for winter. This is an essential task as water accumulating in the boats through rainfall can freeze cracking or damaging the boats.

May 2017 Update

I visited the club lochs on the 1st of May and thought I'd publish a report on how the trip went.

Loch view

Weed Cutting in Partnership with Awards for All Scotland and Truxor

We have a Loch on which we have developed angling facilities for disabled anglers. These facilities include wheelchair friendly paths and casting platforms, a fishing hut and a wheely boat - a boat adapted for use by wheelchair anglers. The Loch has been used by disabled anglers for more than 20 years.
Before Cutting

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