As is the usual story for August on the loch, some anglers are doing well – we had one chap off with his limit this morning after an hour’s fishing – others are struggling to come to terms with the… Continue reading →
The wind and showers remain constant and settled and also a good number of fish are being caught. Various lures are still working well in the deeper water, but the anglers working round the week fringes with floating lines and… Continue reading →
The loch continues to fish well. The wind has settled into a fairly constant direction and this settles the fish down as well. Feeding fish are being found at most times of the day although a lot of fish are… Continue reading →
The angling and the bookings are starting to pick up again after the holidays. The water is a bit coloured with silt stirred up by the winds, but despite this the loch has fished well over the last week.
As I write on 15th July the water quality remains very good – a wee touch of Algae and Canadian pond weed but nothing to worry about at the moment. Best flies are diawl bachs; crunchers and buzzers. Most… Continue reading →
The loch continues to fish well. Water quality is very good. There are a few patches of floating blanket weed drifting about but these are easily avoided. There is very little in the way of algae at the moment. Best… Continue reading →
The people who keep the weather records tell us that we are having the coldest June for forty years. This may be unpleasant for humans – but it seems to suit the trout as the loch has fished very well… Continue reading →
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