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Cove & Kilcreggan Prize Giving and Annual Dinner 2020

posted 6 Mar 2020, 02:35 by Frank Boggie   [ updated 6 Mar 2020, 05:29 by CKAC Website ]


Fishing for Scotland - Ladies of the Lakes

posted 6 Mar 2020, 02:35 by Frank Boggie   [ updated 6 Mar 2020, 04:02 by CKAC Website ]

In late March local woman Joy Penrose Stupart from Roseneath will represent Scotland at the Commonwealth Fly Fishing Championships in New Zealand.

A recent recruit to fishing, Joy started fishing in 2016 and was quickly hooked. She joined Cove and Kilcreggan Angling Club and found fishing after a day’s work at the Clyde base perfect relaxation.

Joy said “Fishing the Club waters at Lindowan or the Mill Dam is just wonderful, whether I catch fish or not. It is so peaceful and the surroundings are beautiful.”

Joy started competing after participating in a ladies’ development weekend. She competed in the heats for the national competition and was on the team for the home internationals in 2019 when Scotland placed third after England and Ireland. Scotland hosts the home internationals this year at Lake of Menteith.

The Commonwealth championships is a bigger event with 14 teams competing on lakes and rivers around Taupo on the North Island. New Zealand has superb brown and rainbow trout fishing and is a major destination for anglers from around the world.

Joy has been encouraged in her fishing career by local Cove woman Jane Wright. Jane was President of the local club for many years, and has served as Scottish Ladies Captain and Team Manager.

Jane said “Joy has really taken to fly fishing. She enjoys it enormously and is keen to learn. She is a valuable member of the team. We wish her the best of luck.”


AGM Agenda 2020

posted 23 Feb 2020, 04:28 by CKAC Website


AGM Agenda 2019

posted 7 Apr 2019, 01:57 by CKAC Website   [ updated 9 Apr 2019, 04:35 ]


AGM Agenda 2018, AGM Minutes 2017

posted 13 Feb 2018, 10:11 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club


2016 Club Champion - Frank Boggie

posted 17 Nov 2016, 08:34 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club

Congratulations to our 2016 Club Champion, Frank Boggie, who beat the rest of the field by a massive 6 points.
The full results can be found on the Club’s website (Competitions tab) and Facebook page.
Frank will receive his trophy along with the other prize-winners at the Clubs Prizegiving Dinner,  to be held in the New Year. 
Watch out for details

2016 Club Outing No 3 - Carron 14th May

posted 2 Jun 2016, 00:39 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club   [ updated 2 Jun 2016, 00:39 ]

Well done to Alan Hier for winning the day with 7 fish for 10lb 13oz and the largest fish at 3lb 6oz.
Frank Boggie still leads the overall club championship race
Full results can be found on the "Competitions & Events" tab above 

2nd Club Outing - Glensherup 16th April 2016

posted 19 Apr 2016, 23:33 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club

Well done to Frank Boggie who took glensherup by storm and won with a healthy lead over the others with 10 fish caught. In second place was Sandy Watson one of our new members with 8 fish and as a club there was 31 fish, for over 73lbs caught by 5 anglers which was not bad going at all. Frank takes an early lead in the race for the Club Championship
The full results can be found on the competitions tab above

1St Club Outing 2016 Lake of Menteith

posted 3 Apr 2016, 00:37 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club   [ updated 12 Apr 2018, 04:44 ]

Please find attached the results from yesterdays club competition. Well done to new member Ian Powell, who pipped Frank Boggie to the post by 3oz, with a bag of 8 fish for 14lbs.  Total fish caught was 25, at 45lbs for the 6 anglers  Conditions turned out better than forecast, with what seemed like thousands of fish showing on the surface, but were nonetheless still hard to catch (well for me anyway)  Next outing is to Glensherup on 16th April, and still places available.   Please find attached the results from yesterdays club competition. Well done to new member Ian Powell, who pipped Frank Boggie to the post by 3oz, with a bag of 8 fish for 14lbs.

Total fish caught was 25, at 45lbs for the 6 anglers

Conditions turned out better than forecast, with what seemed like thousands of fish showing on the surface, but were nonetheless still hard to catch (well for me anyway)

Next outing is to Glensherup on 16th April, and still places available.




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posted 26 Feb 2016, 01:36 by Admin at Cove & Kilcreggan Angling Club   [ updated 12 Apr 2018, 04:40 ]


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