Firstly to the gent in the boat who I possibly destroyed his last ten minutes of fishing by attempting to sidle past his bobbing float – a apologise profusely. Why am I doing it here? Because I think the gent may be a reader – after I shouted an apology he called me by my […]
(This is actually a post on the forum however I thought I would copy it as a post just in case)
This is not going well – Ok – Paul K got in contact a while ago to say his Norton was playing up – saying that he got a warning when he tried […]
A picture of the forth and clyde canal just before clydebank – this whole stretch seems pretty grim. I wonder if there are any pike kicking around!
You wear a camouflage beret while you are fishing then you are as cool as Top Cat in my book.
(pic is an affiliate link to Amazon)
I am going to add one of these bad boys to my Amazon wishlist for my birthday next month.
Tell you what else is […]
Ok – so the race is on to actually see a rising trout. Last year the first trout I seen rising was this wee burn running through Dalmuir.
Yay – you made it to another season – today is the first day of the 2011 trout season.
Congratulations on making it this far – we all deserve a great big round of applause for fighting through yet another thoroughly miserable winter.
From this moment on instead of being totally unable […]
This one is all about dry fly fishing – I bought mine second hand without a cover in a wee bookshop on Otago lane .
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I see you can now buy it for the princely sum of 1p plus a couple of […]
Passed over my shit pipe river today and it looked great – because all the trees have no leaves I can see lots of riffles and runs! Only a week until I can choose not to fish for trout – I will probably fish for pike first.
To be honest I think loads of blogs rock however I thought I would highlight a few here that really shine for me. I wish we had some kind of fishing oscar ceremony to show off these guys however we don’t so you will just have to put up with me telling you.
North Country […]
The clyde is not all just about trout and salmon – battleships are also given birth on the river. This picture is not really that far from the entrance to the Kelvin.