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The Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association

Welcome to the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association Website

The Lomond system provides some of the best game and coarse fishing available in the UK with day, weekly and season tickets available.

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 Byte – 17th September 2020

September 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Lomond System News Byte – 17th September 2020

A brief update on key news and some activities that have been taking place around our system in recent weeks. In this issue: What can you expect from a day ticket costing just £25? LLAIA [...]

Loch Lomond Fly Fishing Competition 2020 – Weather Check

September 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Loch Lomond Fly Fishing Competition 2020 – Weather Check

Following a weather forecast check today then we can confirm that the "Loch Lomond Fly Fishing Competition 2020" will take place as planned. We look forward to a good turnout and a great day for [...]

Lomond System News Byte – REMINDER – How to identify a farmed fish and what to do if I catch one?

September 9th, 2020|Comments Off on Lomond System News Byte – REMINDER – How to identify a farmed fish and what to do if I catch one?

How to identify a farmed fish and what to do if I catch one? We are sadly seeing an increasing number of farmed salmon being caught or seen in our system. Whilst numbers of confirmed [...]

Lomond System News Byte – Video “How to Distinguish a wild versus farmed salmon”

September 4th, 2020|Comments Off on Lomond System News Byte – Video “How to Distinguish a wild versus farmed salmon”

Following the recent information and instruction concerning the Carradale North Salmon Farm incident that has been published to outline the required steps by anglers should they catch a farmed fish please find below a link [...]

Lomond System News Byte – UPDATE: Carradale North Salmon Escapees – Action Required by all anglers

September 3rd, 2020|Comments Off on Lomond System News Byte – UPDATE: Carradale North Salmon Escapees – Action Required by all anglers

Following the earlier notice (published 28th August 2020) concerning required actions should any angler catch a suspected farmed fish this is latest official guidance how to deal with any farm fish capture. Official Advice Inform [...]