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Due to our central location, the store has become a tackle destination for anglers through out Scotland. A travelling angler increasingly finds an excuse to pass through Stirling and visit the Angling Centre. Stirling is gateway to the Trossach’s and Highland waters, in it’s self is an ideal location for an angling holiday with a vast choice of fishing available. (Local permits sold)
Fishing day trip delights can include idyllic Inchmahome island with its Priory - retreat of Mary Queen of Scots, the Wallace Monument, Dollar’s “Castle Gloom”, Doune Castle, the Trossachs for hill-walking, and local distilleries for sampling a taste of Scotland. Take world-class crowd-pullers like the Castle and Scotland’s first National Park, add great shopping, art centres and cinemas, mix with a healthy dose of fresh-air … walking, picnics, sailing, golfing, fishing … and it’s small wonder that Stirling attracts more than million tourists each year.
Put an undeniably beautiful, historic and tourist-friendly city at the crossroads of Scotland and visitors will come from far and wide.
The Trust is a member of Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) which represents all of Scotland’s Fisheries Trusts covering in excess of 80% of Scotland’s rivers. Working closely alongside, although independently from, the Forth District Salmon Fishery Board, the Trust will address the growing number of local issues facing both migratory and non-migratory species and collaborate in national programmes.
Formed in 2005, Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) is a leading independent freshwater conservation charity representing Scotland's national network of rivers and fisheries Trusts and Foundations. RAFTS is a Scottish Charity and as an unincorporated association manages a range of core objectives, including representing it's 22 member Trusts and Foundations