The fine sunny weather of the Easter weekend was perfect for the bairns rolling their eggs and it was very pleasant for anglers sitting in boats, but it made the art of catching fish a wee bit more difficult. However… Continue reading →
Fishing over the last week has been a bit trickier. As I said in my last report, the fish have been lying just a few feet below the surface. This, coupled with bright sunshine and fickle winds, makes enticing the… Continue reading →
Our opening day on Sunday 15th got us off to a very good start. We had a ‘full house’ with all tickets for boats and bank taken.
A lot of fish were caught, most on mini lures, black and green… Continue reading →
Most popular flies are still silver ribbed Daiwl bach and Corixa on a floating or midge tip line. However various lures are attracting the fry feeders. There are still large concentrations of… Continue reading →
As normally happens at this time of year the largest fish are showing in catch returns. The largest of the week was a beautiful nine pound rainbow for Mr Watt from Bo’ness. Several fish in the 4 to 6 lb… Continue reading →
At last the winds have died down and the loch has settled into a fishing pattern. Floating lines and ghost tips are doing best. Best flies are corixa-cormorants (silver) Daiwl bach and best lure – Ally McCoist. A lot of… Continue reading →
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