Did you know SEPA have a new river level data site?

Most anglers in Scotland have used Sepa’s pretty good river level site in the past and I reckon more folk will be using it even more in the future.

There is a full update of the changes to the site here.

For us on the Kelvin there are now three monitoring stations – the lowest down being Killermont and also one on the Allander at Milngavie.

Kelvin at Killermont

SEPA River Level Site

Of course it is not just the Kelvin – it covers most rivers in the UK so you can see what has been happening with a river you may be travelling to.

How often do you guys use this?

3 comments to Did you know SEPA have a new river level data site?

  • Campbell S

    I hadn’t seen this, nice one! looks like it may get updated a bit more frequently than the old one.

    Good stuff. You got pike fever yet?

  • It hit 287 Kelvin’s today – damn right I had Pike fever – however my waders are away being patched up by Diver Dave.

  • Davie S

    very nice update to the website

    Site is excellent – like the graph easy to read and looks like the data is being update more frequently…