Author Archives: Neil MacTavish

Sandy Stewart

We have sadly learned of the passing of former LAC president Sandy Stewart. Sandy’s funeral will be held on Tuesday 28 May at 3.00 p.m., at West Lothian Crematorium, followed by refreshments at the Linlithgow Rose Club.

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Sunday 19th May Litter and tree clearance.

If you fancy helping a litter pick at the mains burn this Sunday, 19th May then meet at the bridge beside ALDI at around 9.00 AM, similarly some tree clearing work is being carried out at Johnny’s chairs, meet at … Continue reading

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Joe Brown OBE

“We are sad to learn that Joe Brown OBE, a long-term member of LAC died recently. His funeral will take place at Livingston Crematorium on Monday 20th May at 3pm followed by refreshments at Houston House Hotel, Uphall, if any … Continue reading

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Urgent -Please read!

We aim to have a litter pick on Mayfly Day at the usual area. We hope to work up to the T-junction at the Falkirk road. Should time and numbers of people allow we may also pay a visit to … Continue reading

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Mayfly day & Litter pick

This seasons Mayfly day will be on the 12th May 2019, meet at the quarry bridge at noon, for a spot of fishing and a burger and beer. There will also be a 10.30 meet for a litter pick and … Continue reading

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Millhall Open day fishing

There are still places available for the Open day competition at Millwall on the 7th September 2019. Please contact Ronnie Weir if you wish to be included.

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Fly Monitoring

The first fly monitoring and chemical testing of the new season will take place on Thursday 4th April at Lovells Glen. Muster at 10.00AM. This will be dependant on the weather conditions and the level/safety of the River.

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Congratulations

to Joe Arndt who uttered the words at 1.00pm of opening day, “I think this is fishable.” he went home for his rod a returned to catch a sea trout. Well done Joe, no pressure everyone…..!

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Trout in the classroom..Urgent!

The first of several trout in the classroom events will take place on Tuesday the 12th March at the mains burn as it flows through the Mains park between the rugby pitches. At 1.00pm the pupils of St Josephs Primary … Continue reading

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Fish Invaders

Its not a game, but potentially serious, the recent work on the Union canal has meant that the water, and its contents will have flowed into the River Avon. Any angler catching Pike, Roach, Perch or Bream will be requested … Continue reading

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