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Pitfour Fishery Report
« on: September 10, 2006, 20:53:15 PM »
Hoppers, Daddies, Buzzers and wsw have all worked well this week at Pitfour. Ian Christie had 6 rainbows and a brown on hoppers. Mr Forman had 5 on WSW.Paul Knight had 9 rainbows. Ewan Russel had 13 on olive WSW. Ronnie Birnire had 4 rainbows and 2 browns while boat partner frank thrall had 5 rainbows 1 blue and 8 brownies. Charlie McPherson had a brown and 4 rainbows upto 6lb4 while his son Micheal 4 rainbows to 5lb8.

Coarse fishing

Maggots have again proven to be the food of choice for the coarse fish. The first match was held this weekend and was won by Barry Paul from Aberdeen.
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andrew

Rob

Pitfour Fishery Report
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2006, 08:45:23 AM »
What weight was it won with??

Sorry I could not get up for the match, no transport just now.

regards
Rob

Pitfour Fishery Report
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2006, 21:25:35 PM »
Hi rob
was won with a masssive bag of 12oz 1 rudd 1 roach and a brownie, Did not go to well only 2 of the six entered turned up.
off on holiday to kenmore for a week on sat but will plan another match when i get back

andrew

Rob

Pitfour Fishery Report
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2006, 08:50:38 AM »
Oh dear, thats a shame. I've been out of the game for a while although I did do a few nights at Kingennie, had 10 carp in total, to 16 pounds 12oz and a large Bream as wel as knocking out a heap of BIG perch on lobs when the carp got a bit slow.

I will get up to see you again, just timing at the moment. As soon as my girlfriend is away in the States I should have the car and some spare time.

regards
Rob

 




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