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Main Discussion Board / Re: Great Glen Water Park,
« Last post by Cosun on Yesterday at 22:29:03 »
 :z14 :z14 :z14 Was kind of hoping you would wander by, Much appreciated, 

Yes Lochs,  :X1 Its been a long day, ,

I  know there is some information, but most is outdated,  garden paths springs to mind,  Hotels Closed, etc.

I have found info on the ones you have mentioned and have not ruled them out  thanks but I have deliberately looked at places close by, as am sure I would get lost on some hill loch and there are a few I would love to branch out too perhaps on another trip with like minded people in the future.

again much appreciated,
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Blue spots?
« Last post by Dryflee on Yesterday at 22:10:29 »
Very common Sandy although not all troots have it as prominent than others, as a rule of thumb the more 'leopard' coloured the troot the more prominent it is.
Not just resigned to river troot as loch residents have it as well, although heavy peat stained waters and darker fish often mean it's harder to spot (not always)

Like the big eye theory btw  :z16

And maybe because we spend more time takin troot photies we're noticing the blue spot more? 
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Scottish Game Fair - this weekend
« Last post by Dryflee on Yesterday at 22:04:44 »
Tyin on the GAIA stand Friday, not sure if i'm doin castin instruction Sat, not there Sun.  Pop in past if yer there on Fri and say hello
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Fly Tying / July Tutorial Red Butt Green Peter Muddler
« Last post by Dryflee on Yesterday at 22:01:00 »
July tutorial, Red Butt Green Peter Muddler

Another good one for a rollin wave and follows on from the June tutorial, Silver Muddler.

Hope you like it guys.

Tying on the GAIA stand tomorrow at Scone, pop in past and say hello if yer passin


http://www.partridge-of-redditch.co.uk/blog/fly-tying-tutorial-red-butt-green-peter-muddler

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Main Discussion Board / Re: Great Glen Water Park,
« Last post by Hamish on Yesterday at 21:48:02 »
Lochs..... not locks FFS  :X1 Locks are found on doors and canals. Lochs have water and sometimes fish.

Colin who runs the fishing on the River Garry could not be a more helpful soul so if planning a trip there I am sure he will see you right. Speak to him about a boat on Loch Oich.
Loch Garry - not many folks to get boats from these days so steep or not that's the rate.

If money is tight then don't call Mark Hirst. Mark is fishing guide based primarily on Loch Arkaig but knows the waters in that part of the world well. A day or maybe two with him would be a day or days well spent, he keeps Stan Headley right so that must be praise of the biblical kind indeed. 07879437471 is the number I have for Mark.

You maybe need to broaden that internet search a smidgen, there's loads of water you could explore from where you're going to be staying :! River Oich :? Loch Lochy :? River Lochy :?

H :cool:
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Tackle Talk / Re: Tarp Hat - a new addition
« Last post by Easgach 1 on Yesterday at 21:28:08 »
I need some thing to keep the sun aff my lugs and Baseball cap jist wont dae it ,  :X2  easgach 1
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Main Discussion Board / Great Glen Water Park,
« Last post by Cosun on Yesterday at 20:08:09 »
Am going down to the Great Glen Water Park this month for the a week and have been searching the web for places to fish in the area.
Web search is a little vague and positive advise seems a little thin on the Ground, 
 (Trout but taking salmon rod as well )
Loch Garry, Seemed a bit steep for a day fishing hire of boat etc,  Considering some hill Locks I have seen only a 10 ticket,
River Garry, Is a bit vague on where to fish, but seems on the cards any information would be helpful.

AM staying on the banks of Lock Oich, but again a little vague where to fish,  might find out more when down there, but chances are I'll get a receptionist without a Clue,

Any advise would be Grateful
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Main Discussion Board / Re: Scottish Game Fair - this weekend
« Last post by Mike Barrio on Yesterday at 12:06:02 »
I wonder what Fishermans Row will be like this year ....... A bit disappointing in recent years, but I'd love to see this growing again!


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Main Discussion Board / Re: Scottish Game Fair - this weekend
« Last post by Mike Barrio on Yesterday at 12:04:43 »
Andy doing his stuff a couple of years ago :cool:


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