Police Scotland has confirmed that, although there are no current laws against magnet fishing, anyone caught fishing at Dalmarnock bridge will face a fine.
The announcement comes days after the bomb squad and police were called when multiple explosive devices were found in the water at the bridge.
The road was closed for several hours, residents were evacuated and buses were unable to turn on the road until the devices were removed later on that day.
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Bystander, John Quinn said: “I was walking my dog in Cuningar Park when I saw people coming in; the park was deserted then full of people.
“I walked along Downiebrae Road and the police had closed it off. I spoke to a policeman and he said it was another dangerous device brought up from the river. That’s several bombs that have been brought up.”
Several explosive devices were found last November, with the bomb squad again deployed.
Mark McGeachin, the organiser of Glasgow Magnet Fishing, told Lanarkshire Live: “We’ve found around 10 so far at that bridge.
“It used to be an ammunition factory during the War. After it, they dumped them into the water. All the ones we’ve found were live and had pins.”
The bridge has become a common magnet fishing spot for members of the group.
Mark told us: “A lot of people magnet fish there because I’ve found a lot of stuff before and they throw them back in, so I go up and try and find them because it’s dangerous.”
Explaining the ban, Inspector Stevie Kinvig said: “This is far from the first time that ordinance has been unnecessarily disturbed and removed by magnet fishermen along the River Clyde.
“Whilst magnet fishing is not illegal, in some circumstances where there has been a clear disregard for public safety, a charge of Culpable and Reckless conduct may be applied to those who persist in this activity.
“Police Scotland will continue to work with magnet fishermen and other interested partners to encourage responsibility in their actions all to increase the safety of the fishermen and the general public.”