The Eaglesham Angling Association has three brown trout waters, within 20 minutes of Glasgow. Picketlaw reservoir, Lochgoin and the Corsehouse reservoir all with boat and bank fishing.
Run by a committee of the members for the members, the Association has been operating for over 50 year to provide excellent fly fishing for brown trout.
The association is open to everyone through membership or by day ticket.
We also have a great community of anglers to get involved with.
News and events
Loch Goin Club hut restoration.
Phase 1 complete. Rotten timbers removed.
Phase 2 the rebuild to be announced.
Sunday 9th July 10.30 we will be looking to clear some of the swims on the picketlaw. So bring your bow saws and tree pruners. Some other work will be done on the boat house.
Please take the time to know the rules before you go fishing. Rules
A fly reel has been found on Loch Goin.
A pair of scissors has been found on the Corsehouse.
Supply details and they will be returned to the rightful owner.
"DAY TICKETS now for sale"
Tickets are available from The village Gift Shop, Eaglsahem and Tackle and Guns, Shawlands
All waters are low but fishing well.
Good fishing on the Corsehouse. Link
Congratulations to all new members who managed to join our club, this year. But I am sorry to announce, applications from new members are now closed for the 2017 Season due to full membership. However don't despair you can still apply to be added to the waiting list for 2018 via the Contact us page. It is well worth the wait.
Or you can get fishing on the Picketlaw and Loch Goin by buying a day ticket. From the 1st May to 30th September. Follow the link for details.
Fish are now safely in at all three lochs, and looking very nice - again larger than the 11-13 ordered as faster growth in mild weather. All three lochs getting fished, plenty of blanks and most catches 2 or 3, so looks like first two batches have spread out well
Annual get together. link
We are looking for new committee members. So if you fancy playing a more active role in the club Let us know. Its not that hard.
The new online catch return form is now available in the fishing reports section. If you couldn't get in to the club hut or didn't have time there is no excuses. Day ticket holders should also use this to record their catches. Let me know how you get on with it. Any improvements.
Our Three Waters
The smallest of our waters but still extending to 21 acres. It is very well stocked with good sized brown trout. It is the most accessible of our waters, being located on the outside edge of Eaglesham. It is the most sheltered of our waters. It has 2 boats housed in the boat house for members.
How to get there
This is the largest of our waters. It has 3 boats on a first come basis It will be heavily stocked this year 2017. With the relatively mild winter, the triple stocking, the high catch and release rates of members and visitors the water, 2017 is pointing towards another excellent season. From day one to the end of the season. Although brown trout take more skill to catch.
How to get there
Nestled just off the Stewarton Road. It is one of the quietest of our waters offering a slightly more sheltered fishing venue. The same successful triple stocking policy on the Goin will be extended to The Corsehouse 2017 so should make for some exceptional fishing.
Corsehouse tends to produce the larger fish. It has the feel of a Scottish hill loch but not as far to drive. There are 4 boats available to members on a first come first served basis.
How to get there