Assuming the Scottish government give us a date to start fishing we are ready

to put up signage in place indicating the Social Distancing rules. All other

guidelines put in place by the government MUST be adhered to.

Stair Estates have agreed we can start fishing in line with the governments

start date at their waters. We are still trying to get confirmation from Scottish

Water for Knockquhassen and Penwhirn, and will update as soon as possible.

The committee will continue to negotiate with our landlords for extensions to

the season and possible reductions in rent.

The Sports Shop hope to be able to open to issue permits on Tuesday,

Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am till 11am and Friday from 4pm till 6pm.

You must phone first to arrange collection. No day tickets or buddie tickets will

be issued in the meantime. The price of permits will remain unchanged as any

reduction would be unfair to the 100+ members who have already joined.

A further stocking of fish will take place as soon as possible. A stocking of small

brownies was made during April but only at Soulseat due to the social

distancing regulations in place.

The club will, without doubt suffer financial losses this year, but the committee

believe our Association will remain strong for the future with the support of

our members.

Any issues or concerns members may have should be addressed in writing to

the secretary who will ensure the committee is informed and will take any

action appropriate.

Ron Collison (Secretary)