March 14th, 2017SAA MEMBERSHIPS FOR 2017 NOW AVAILABLE
Season memberships are now available from Sportsworld, Stornoway. The prices of Full, Associate and Concession SAA membership fees were increased by £5 (Junior price unchanged) at the March 2017...
January 31st, 20172016 Season Summary
The total Creed catches for 2016 were 95 salmon, 110 sea trout and 229 finnock. The heaviest salmon was a 10 lb hen fish caught by Robbie Bell in August. ...
May 21st, 2016First Salmon Of The Creed Season
Robbie Bell got the 2016 Creed season off to a great start today (Friday 20th May) with this lovely 9lb salmon he caught and returned on the upper river. Fish caught on a size 10 ghillie on a float...
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We aim to be as open and transparent as possible around the information we collect when you visit our website through the use of "cookies".
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1. What Is A Cookie?
1.1. Cookies are small text files they are stored by your browser onto your computer or mobile device. They are widely used in order to make websites work or work in a better, more efficient way. They can do this because websites can read and write these files, enabling them to recognise you and remember important information that will make your use of a website more convenient (eg by remembering your user preferences).
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