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Maiden Voyage

Written by Brian Morrison

MelissaMackerelthumbI must admit to feeling right out of my comfort zone this past month  trading my usual 9 foot 5 weight fly rod for the heavy 12ft spinning rod,  my chest waders for jeans and a T –shirt and my wading boots for a pair of trainers. I'm not making a fashion statement, I've just been learning something new.

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An Assynt Adventure July 2010

Written by Anthony Glasgow


Why, oh why do I always feel the need to pack my bergan with so many ‘just in case’ items? This might (just) be fine now whilst I retain a vestige of fitness, but I can sense it’s going to take its toll in years to come!

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Loch Haluim

Written by Bruce Sandison

thumbAnglers dream of discovering a loch so beautiful that they will never want to leave. A loch full of wild brown trout that rise readily to the well presented fly almost regardless of weather conditions. A loch where boat and bank fishing bring equally excellent results. A loch that is for their exclusive use and where the only companions will be red deer, golden eagle and otter. A loch guarded by majestic mountains amidst moorlands scattered with an astonish array of wild flowers. A loch where they will find peace, solitude and splendid sport.

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A Braw Day On The Braan

Written by Brian Tulloch

thumbThe last time that Col and I had fished together was at the start of July and it was a wee bit of a disaster. I thought that it would be good to find a pike loch closer to home as we usually fish the likes of Loch Achray or sometimes Venachar in the Trossachs, but after doing a bit of careful research on the internet I identified Loch Gelly in Fife as the perfect closer to home venue. 

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thumbThe River Liffey flows from the Wicklow Mountains at Liffey Head Bog for about 120 kms passing through Kildare and entering the Irish Sea in Dublin. The particular stretch that I fish is at Straffan, just by the road-bridge downstream from the K Club. The level throughout the summer is generally quite low, periods of rain raise it slightly, as does water control by the ESB, but occasionally there are floods. Last year I think it rained for about 3 weeks non-stop and the river was unfishable in many places.

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