Whiteadder Angling Association

Brown Trout Fishing on the River Whiteadder in Berwickshire

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The Whiteadder Angling Association controls a large tract of Brown Trout fishing from the Whiteadder source at Clints Dod in the Lammermuirs to below Chirnside. The Whiteadder Angling Association has been in existence since 1930 and its objectives are to:-

  • Preserve and protect the fish
  • Prevent poaching and illegal fishing
  • Promote and improve fishing on the Whiteadder and tributaries
  • Manage the Association funds in the interests of Angling, Flora & Fauna of the catchment area and local good causes.

Dipper on the Faseny Burn

 

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Fishing Map of Whiteadder Angling Association

A larger version of the map is provided when you buy your permit with a full explanation of the legend markings etc.


IF YOU SEE A PLANT THAT YOU SUSPECT IS INVASIVE CONTACT TWEED FORUM ON 01896 849 723

The Berwickshire Branch of the Scottish Wildlife Trust have undertaken a flora & fauna survey for us. They covered the river from Cockburn Mill to Cumledge Bridge on 14th July 2017 and their results are show on the LINK to attached reports. The WAA is indebted to the Group for this valuable piece of work. In 2018 they plan to cover a further stretch of the river. In addition the group also sited a number of nest boxes on the river downstream of Cumledge Bridge in the hope of attracting Pied Flycatchers back to the Whiteadder.

Survey Link 1

Survey Link 2