SIFT are in the process of formulating a shellfish regulating order which will be submitted to the government. SIFT’s aim is to promote the sustainable management of Scotland’s inshore waters so that they provide the maximum long term benefits to all coastal communities. These meetings for anglers will give an update on how SIFT’s regulating order is progressing … they also give anglers a chance to have some engaging discussions with them on the Clyde.
We would all love to see the Firth Of Clyde back to the former world class fishery that it once was, although it may well never be that good again we do believe that there is a genuine desire from many of the stakeholders to see change and only through collaboration and dialogue is there any chance of the government taking the necessary action by putting measures in place that will allow a sustainable recovery of the Clyde Ecosystem.
The events which are open to all anglers will be held on the following dates...
WEDNESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER 14 AT 7.30PM
ARGYLL INN, 69 LOCHNELL STREET, LOCHGILPHEAD PA31 8JN
WEDNESDAY 19TH NOVEMBER 14 AT 7.30PM
ROSSLEA HOTEL, FERRY ROAD, RHU, HELENSBURGH G84 8NF
WEDNESDAY 26TH NOVEMBER 14 AT 7.30PM
CARLTON HOTEL, 187 AYR ROAD, PRESTWICK KA9 1TP
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Thanks for your help reviving the Clyde. Revive the Clyde is a campaign ran by SIFT (Sustainable Inshore Fisheries Trust) which aims to work to restore the Clyde and help make the changes which will once again lead to the Clyde becoming a diverse and healthy fishery. You can pledge your support by signing the Clyde Charter by clicking here, and follow the campaign on Twitter and Facebook.