Yea – that is correct – it was me!
Urban Fly Fisher Sponsor – Lord Kelvin
Some people just love to hear about the River Kelvin Angling Association – it is an association of anglers that is going from strength to strength. You see the thing is the association has totally turned itself around [...]
Just a quick update as I know there will be some people unable to attend the EGM.
As EGM’s go it was pretty boring – no gunfights, no “dance off” between rival factions and only one heckler – and even he is a long gunmen who really should be given his own place on the [...]
Long story short I caught feck all and had my picture taken holding a spinning rod – is this what I have been reduced to?
Paul Reid – not floundering – honest!
I jest – I jest – it was a nice being on the river when ordinarily I would be waiting some 150 [...]
One month until the start of the season and it is still very cold.
I am currently wondering if the temperature is going to rise and give us a good start to the season. The first fly we should all be looking out for are “Large Dark Olives” – an absolutely lovely wee [...]
It is a room full of men at the Kelvin 2010 AGM:
This is half a room of Kelvinators – this post was actually deleted by accident however Tom Chandler over at Trout Underground asked where the Kilts and bagpipes were – that is easy Tom – they were in the other half of [...]
A site run by a fly fishing anarchist intent on exposing what he perceived as being the incompetent running of his local club the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association has been instructed to close its doors by his web hosts.
The site started simply enough – one mans dream of sharing his passion for a [...]
Okay so it is my first weekend free after being back at work – I wanted to continue my anglingtastic extravaganza after the Friday nights shenanigans so I visited the Glasgow Angling Centre today as it was the open day – tragically it all went horribly wrong – as usual I have worked out how [...]
Was reading a forum solely dedicated to salmon fishing and they were talking about the Kelvin. One chap mentioned that over the last few years he has witnessed the tributaries full of spawning fish in December – this year nothing! He does have a picture of a diseased hen fish in one of the tributaries.
I think this year at the Kelvin AGM, if someone asks about stocking Rainbows I should plant someone to shout “..and can we stock Great White’s”
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