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 ?
A few photographs from days gone by, kindly sent in by Colin McDonald (snr)
These three pictures show in 2005 a work party on Loch Riddon shore
clearing an area free from seaweed so that it would be suitable for
netting and in 2006 Archie Young demonstrating fly tying at the
Glendaruel open day to show what the angling club and the Ruel Board
were doing for the benefit of the River Ruel.
Memories like these photos are more than welcome to get posted up on our pages, if any member has photos from the past and would like them published here please send them to email@example.com , the season might be on hold for the next few months due to the virus restrictions so posts like this are just great to keep the website ticking over.
The fly tying evenings start on January 12th in the Community Center in Edward St, instruction is given by experienced members, if you have never tied a fly before and have no tools or materials its not a problem as there will be spare vices and equipment there to use. Get to know the popular patterns for local waters, and how to fish them. It’s an informative evening so do come along you will be made most welcome !
The dates for 2017 are January 12th and 26th, February 9th and 23rd, March 9th and 16th . Classes start at 7.30pm, hope to see you there.
One of the last fly tying evenings of the winter, with President Jake Chambers in full flow, explaining the history and methods used of the pattern to be tied on the evening.
The next Fly Tying Class is on 7th January 2016 at Edward Street Community Center 7.30pm. Come along and learn how to tie your very own trout fly with tuition from our local experts.
Some in-depth discussion on the fly getting tied here at the this weeks Fly Tying class at Edward St Community Center, there’s a wealth of free tips and years of local knowledge here to be had, so please come along and join in, it’s every second Thursday at 7.30pm, you don’t have to be a member of the club to come along, and you will be made most welcome, if you don’t have any tools or materials, there will always be some that you can borrow for the evening.
The fly tying competition on 3rd March 2015 … total concentration here ! (Joe Docherty won, with Trevor Hutchinson a worthy second)