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The 2017 membership book should now have been delivered to all PDAA members, but unfortunately has an error on page 3, item 10, BRDAA fishing on the River Ericht. This error has the 2 x Saturday permits from Malloch's, but are actually available online. So the distribution is actually :- 2 x permits available each day for the season from 16th January to 15th October 2017. These permits available , Monday,Wednesday,Friday,Saturday - online. Tuesday and Thursday - P.D.Malloch's. My apologies, but as stated in the membership book members should also check the PDAA website for up to date information.
In the recent past, PDAA have had a few requests, on facebook and the website, if there are discounted annual prices for trout/grayling membership. This is a fairly new request and I must reply that there is no such provision made for trout/grayling fishers. The trout/grayling river Tay permits,some are available free to PDAA members, and some are sold to the general public. The trout permits on the Glensherup Fishery at Glendevon, The White Loch, and Fingask, are all heavily subsidised per visit, which would probably recover the annual subscription if the trout/grayling fisher took advantage of these offers regularly.
The chicken broth has been cooked, the smoked salmon plated up, and the chocolate cake ready. heading up to Kenmore for the Tay opening day ceremony. The is also an opening day ceremony at Meiklour. To all anglers and PDAA members - Tight Lines.
All PDAA members, stand by your letter boxes! 2017 membership books posted today, full of information regards membership, All members should receive their books in the coming week, if not received let me know. Please read and compare to 2016 book, I have included a newsletter which has all the latest information, but also check out the PDAA website which is constantly being updated.
PDAA presently have vacancies for new membership for the 2017 season. The fishing on offer is the same as 2016 , although the summer permits at Lower Scone have been increased from 2 to 3, and the time period extended by 2 weeks to 28th June, with prices frozen at 2016 rates. These summer permits have proved to be very popular in recent years and contributed a lot to the catch totals. With the seasons and runs of salmon apparently changing, this will be well worth a try in 2017.