Supporting and promoting


in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire


How to Join

Complete the application form: Click here

You will then receive an automated email advising you of the next steps:

Pay the joining fee

Payment of the joining fee of £120 must be made before we can fully process your application for membership (there is no joining fee for juniors, that is, persons 18 and under- just a small admin fee: Junior member admin fee).

How to pay

Payment can be made in any of the following ways

1. By paying online: ADAA joining fee
2. By Direct Debit: ADAA Direct Debits

Keep checking your email

After payment of the joining fee has been made, keep an eye on your email as we’ll be back in touch with you shortly with instruction on the next steps to becoming a fully- fledged member of the Association.


See our upcoming events here.

19 January


29 April

ADAA Senior Club Championship 2023

7 May

ADAA Senior Club Championship 2023

and updates

Check here for our latest updates!

About us

Welcome to the new ADAA website!

The Association was established just after the Second World War to enable local residents to access salmon and trout angling at a reasonable cost and this principle still maintains to this day. Membership is now open to all regardless of geographical location.

Besides the fishings the Association now owns or leases on the Rivers Dee, Feugh, Don, and Ythan, our members have access to 2 local stillwaters, the Loch of Loirston and Millpond Fishery, both of which are stocked regularly with quality rainbow trout and blue trout.

Whether you are an existing member or are thinking of joining one of the most successful Angling Associations in Scotland, we trust you will find the website useful and easy to navigate when searching for the information you require.