Cramond Angling Club

Welcome to the official Cramond Angling Club (C.A.C) website (as featured in Trout & Salmon).The Club formed on the 25th September 1963 and is still growing and continues to get bigger each year. Here you can get all the information regarding angling on The River Almond around Cramond. Everything from the best places to start, conservation, kicksampling, and of course what flies are getting the fish to take some interest.

Our Aim

We aim to promote fishing on the River Almond, at a very affordable price. It is also the club's interest to maintain the river's general health and being. The club also runs some riverbank maintenance to keep it clean and accessible in conjunction with the Edinburgh Countryside Ranger Service and Dalmeny Estate.

What Do We Offer ?

4 beats, 8 miles of (mostly) double bank fishing for Season Ticket and Day Tickets on the River Almond between just south of Newbridge and Cramond. There is good access to most parts of the river. For those who travel with public transport, getting to the river  by Barnton/Cramond is not difficult at all, as bus routes are just minutes away. Service 41 operated by Lothian Buses runs from the South West of Edinburgh via city centre down to Cramond, Click To View Journey Planner

Main species are Brown Trout and Sea Trout. Salmon have also been caught although in a very small number. The River Almond is now "Catch and Release" for all species.

Tight Lines! - "The Committee"

The following businesses support Cramond Angling Club: