The Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association
Welcome to the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association Website
On this website you can use the links at the top of the screen to read information about the work done by the LLAIA, read reports on how the fishing season is going and view articles and resources that may be useful.
Check for regular updates by our contributors on the News and Blogs page.
LLAIA full membership and River Leven Season ticket applications or renewal forms can be downloaded from the LLAIA membership page. Game Fishing day or weekly tickets for the River Leven and Loch Lomond and Coarse Fishing tickets are available from local retailers. You can find a list of retailers here.
If you wish contribute to our News and Blogs section or contact our committee members visit our contact page.
Latest News and Reports
Lomond System News – LLAIA AGM, Sunday 19th March 2023
The one hundred and twenty third Annual General Meeting took place as intimated on Sunday 19th March, 2023. All resolutions detailed within the agenda were successfully supported including; Approval of the Minutes of previous AGM [...]
Lomond System News Byte – River Leven Clean-up Sunday 26th Feb.2023
A big thank you to all of the great volunteers who gave up their Sunday once more in order to give the banks of the River Leven a further cut and clean-up. Today the team [...]
Lomond System News Byte – 1st River Leven bank Work Party of 2023
Today saw the River Leven get its first bank work of the 2023 season with a second bank work day planned for Sunday 26th February. Today's successful planned work session was supported by experienced Leven [...]
Welcome to the new 2023 Season on the Lomond System – Opening Day Saturday 11th February
Following a long close season the first day of the of the new 2023 Season is fast approaching with the Lomond System opening on Saturday 11th February! We wish to extend our very best wishes [...]
Anglers fear for salmon if beavers brought to Loch Lomond (Glasgow Herald 17th Dec. 2022)
Since informally 'hearing' of the first intention by the RSPB to apply for a licence to translocate beavers from Tayside to the RSPB Reserve on Loch Lomond the LLAIA has invested considerable time and effort [...]
Missing 2022 Catch Returns may result in Lomond System being Cat 3 (100% C&R) in 2024
Marine Scotland have this morning published the results of the Conservation consultation and suggestion of 100% C&R being mandatory across the country. The good news is they are not proceeding with this proposal and details [...]