Bishop’s Glen Reservoir from the 1st Oct. 2022 to 28th Feb. 2023.
The member is allowed to fish the reservoir during daylight hours only and fish as many days during the monthly periods stated.
Not valid for competitions
A one fish bag limit per day is applied with catch & release thereafter.
THIS PERMIT MUST BE SHOWN WHEN REQUIRED.
The Winter Permit fee is £40, which covers 1st Oct to End of February 2023.
MEMBERS MUST SHOW THEIR MEMBERSHIP CARD BEFORE PURCHASE.
The £5 permit is still in place for members only, and the dates remain the same for this permit
(Nov – End of February 2023).
This gives members a chance to choose which permit would suit their fishing over the winter period.
This is a proposal seen and sent in by member Bob Clark, whether it gets off the ground or not is anyones guess.. let’s hope not for the reservoir fishing. … comments ?
The final day of competition for the Mackenzie Shield and the Club Championship took place on
Saturday 13th August. Falling in a mini heatwave this afternoon Competition was looking like
being a tough challenge. One concession on the conditions was a decent breeze from the east.
There was also a little cloud cover early on before the strong sun broke through. Four anglers
started the competition with three weighing in fish. The result was as follows;
- Lee Lindop. 6 fish 4lb 5.3oz
- Graeme Hendry. 1 fish. 0lb 9.9oz
- Duncan MacGillivray. 1 fish. 0lb 9.4oz
This final result saw Lee Lindop take the Club Championship. He had begun the day with a slender lead over runner up Graeme Hendry and extended this lead on the day with a very decent bag given the difficult conditions. Lee’s consistency across the Competitions is to be applauded and he ran out a worthy winner. Congratulations Lee!
Graeme Hendry also deserves praise for some great bags of fish and staying in contention throughout. Graeme also had the consolation of catching the biggest fish across the Competitions, with a fish of 1lb14.7 oz. Well done Graeme!
As well as displaying considerable skill with a fly rod both of these anglers adopt an approach that requires a huge physical effort to cover water and seek out fish in rough terrain and a variety of weather conditions.
Duncan F MacGillivray,
Convener, Loch Tarsan.
Work being carried out to prevent bank erosion and help reduce silting of gravel on the spawning beds of the upper Ruel
Weather started with a goodly blow from the west, reducing eventually into a very warm afternoon. The water was very cloudy especially on the east banks, which made the fishing a bit more challenging.
There were 10 members came to the outing, with five only catching.
D. Halliday 1 fish for 2lbs
D. Landsburgh 1 fish for 4lbs 4ozs (Largest fish)
R. Ganley 2 fish for 5lbs 8ozs
L. Lindop 2 fish for 6lbs (Largest bag)
D. Penman 1 fish for 3lbs 4ozs
The next outing is on the 10th September.