The River Spey Anglers’ Association came into being in November 2003 following a series of meetings on Speyside in response to an expressed wish by anglers both local and from further afield to become involved with, and to have a voice in, the future development of angling on the River Spey.
The RSAA is run by a democratically elected committee of seven locally based office bearers and ordinary members that meets around once every six weeks to discuss business matters relevant to the Association and its ongoing activities. All the committee members are keen and dedicated Spey anglers interested in the welfare of the River Spey. An annual general meeting is held in November each year to elect committee members and office bearers and to approve the annual audited accounts. For a full list of the RSAA constitution and rules click here.
Our mission is to promote, protect and improve sporting angling on the River Spey, and maintain the well-being of the river including the maintenance of stocks of salmon, seatrout and brown trout. In addition, we represent the views of member anglers to those bodies tasked by statute with the management of the River Spey and its catchment.