Introduction to PAAS

Many resources are available on the internet that can aid your preparation and help plan your outing to that 'new' water.

How to get there ?, what is the countryside like ?, how is the access by road or paths ? and many other questions come to mind. These links are in no particular order.....if you find any links which may benefit the members, feel free to contact us.

> Scottish Federation for Coarse Angling
> Access Code Scotland
> Accuweather (weather)
> BT Directory Enquiries
> Environment Agency
> Flash Earth (maps)
> Google Maps UK
> Met Office (weather)
> Moonphase Information
> NLS Bathymetrical maps 1897- 1909
> RAC RoutePlanner
> RSPB Guide to Birds
> SEPA (River levels)
> Scottish Tourist Board
> Tide Tables
> Traffic Scotland
> Waterway Dos and Don'ts (for new anglers)

Join the Pike Anglers Alliance for Scotland

Join Pike Anglers Alliance for Scotland

Membership is open to all. Benefits of becoming a member are wide and varied; Access to waters not normally available to the general Pike angler and our club magazine Esox Ecosse to name just a few.


Join The Pike Anglers Alliance for Scotland


Committed to the concept of conserving, protecting and promoting pike and pike angling in Scotland