I see Allan Brown has been slagging of blogs in the times…
constrained by the need to be interesting in any way whatsoever, blogs are the background radiation of the intellectual realm, the white noise of the collective unconscious, scrolling out their narratives whether anybody wishes to read them or not.
I think he is […]
First day of the trout season. Rains.
Here is a picture of a little burn that is between loch Lomond and another little lochan next to it.. The lochan is in a wildlife area and I could not help but notice there was two guys fishing. I can only presume they were fishing for Pike as the trout season does not start […]
For anyone interested I see the new green party manifesto is out
If you have a little gander to page 11 you will see this::
1/ The Green Party is concerned about the damage caused to wildlife by carelessly discarded fishing tackle and the costs involved in cleaning it up. It is believed that this […]
Here is a webcam of KIbble Palace glasshouse in Glasgow’s Botanic gardens being dimantled and removed for cleaning. The Kelvin runs through the botanic gardens.
I am looking forward to it finishing , it was always a nice sleepy place
A rather nice article from Scotland on Sunday
My self-diagnosed minor ailment seems to affect the unfortunate angler when grayling fishing is on the wane, the chance of a spring salmon is relatively remote, and when the start of trout fishing remains tantalisingly out of reach
Reads like poetry!!
An angler who became stuck in mud which rose up to his neck is being treated in hospital for hypothermia
I know there is a line of code at the top of the page, I am working out where it is coming from ie i have asked someone. If you refresh the page you will allso see different header pictures…….oh and if you use firefox and hover over the word kelvin you will see a […]
Here is a post from a forum I frequent It was made by a gentleman called John Gray who has a website over at Grays of Kilsyth Essentially it seems like the little problem at AGMs also effects other clubs…….here is Johns post in full
The dangers of introducing farmed trout into wild waters
A little heavy on the pictures I am afraid but I like them so what the heck. Claire and I woke up and decided to take a walk along the banks of loch Lomond today. It was a bright cold day and we thought it would be nice for a bit of de stressing as […]