1. Stuart B · January 30, 2009

    You wouldn’t want to meet them on a dark night !!!! 🙂

  2. Campbell S · January 30, 2009

    I was about to say, stuff that I ain’t getting a ticket now this year… Kelvin Special Ops.

  3. Alex · January 30, 2009

    I can’t believe that was nearly a year ago! I remember the day well, the river was cold and a bit high and coloured. Mike had a couple of fish on nymphs, and I think you and I both blanked.
    I would give my non-casting arm to fish in a cold, coloured river for difficult brownies right now!! Oh well, not long to wait now…

  4. Roddy Finnie · January 30, 2009

    Hi Alastair,
    Your two mates look like refugees from a nineteenth century Philidelphia miners camp who are in the woods trying to catch lunch…or maybe its just those cowboy hats that are throwing me somewhat. [Only kidding] If its any consolation; I look like an auld fat specky b**t**d that has no style. Incidentally that stretch in the photo looks awfy like a stretch on the White Cart in the Linn Park…are you sure its the Kelvin?!?!

  5. Alistair · January 30, 2009

    Sure is the kelvin 🙂

  6. mike · January 30, 2009

    I have a lot of fanmail from the ladies. What can I say? I think it’s related to my preference for stiff rods.

    mike’s last blog post..Whisky of the month II (January): Old Pulteney 17 Y/O

  7. Paul Young. · January 30, 2009


    Indeed the burgeoning yellow in the middle of G.W.Road brings promise of spring. I like to start a wee bit later, when the cherry blossom is coming into flower! We must meet for a blether at some point.


  8. Stuart B · January 30, 2009

    Paul Young ???

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