River Kelvin Hatch Chart

I am trying to put together a hatch chart for the River Kelvin. Over the years I have noticed people reporting various hatches at different parts of the river. What I would like to do is collect as much information as I can this season and then create a hatch chart. I am expecting to […]

Just because you can does not mean you should!

So I decided to take a walk along the Kelvin walkway as it was a glorious Sunday – hardly a cloud in the sky and very spring like. It was also pretty chilly – maybe sitting around the 7-9 degree mark. As I walked along it was pretty obvious the river is not ready yet […]

River Kelvin Angling Association Bailiffs

They will take no prisoners – Hells Bells – I will probably have to buy a permit this year!

Spring Signs

Named Pools on the Kelvin?

How exactly does one go about naming pools?

Is it through history that the accepted name for a pool comes into being or can they be made up on the spot. There have never been any formal names for pools or areas on the Kelvin and I wondered whether we could try and gather as […]

Opening Day On The Kelvin

Alas, I could not fish on Saturday however Alex (aka the Nymphmaster) sent me this report.

We were blessed with a cracking spring afternoon on Sunday, lots of wild life (and wild folk) – more about that later! I opted for the vet school stretch, which had that usual kelvin green tinge about it […]

March 15th – A word from urbanflyfisher.com sponsor – Lord Kelvin

Spring?

What is it that tells you guys that Spring is finally here?

For me it is when I finally see those first flowers of yellow as I travel up the Great Western Road.

I watch them snake all the way along the central reservation – sadly they are only ever there for a few […]

GAC Open Weekend Charity Raffle Winners..

The raffle was drawn by the tyers at 5pm on Sunday and the winners are as follows…….. Duncan Egan’s print was won by Mr A. Ferguson of Ayrshire

Davy McPhail’s print was won by Mr J Fisher from Glasgow

Mikael Frodin’s print was won by Mr W R Woods from Derby

A […]