“Another excellent way to learn more about your waters is to participate in river cleanups or work parties that aim to improve facilities. Besides making new friends you will be helping the club and benefiting from other members experiences. Ultimately though, to get the best from the Club waters, you will have to spend a lot of time not just fishing but walking and looking to find fish.”
Members and visitors are asked to consider the use of “barbless” hooks when fishing Loch Loskin, this greatly reduces stress and needless injury to the fish … Unhooking while fish are still in the water, and the use of knotless landing nets are recommended. Thanks for your attention
The new season got off to a good start on Tuesday, with all boats on Loch Loskin booked, fish were caught in good numbers by all anglers, some taking catches to double figures (that’s numbers not weight ) So what are you all waiting for ? Book a boat and get down there.
Loch Tarsan fished well also, even though it hasn’t been stocked yet, anglers landed several perfect condition overwintered brownies.
Fish are valuable
members are reminded to return fish carefully when using “catch and release”
Help is required for the boats in on 6th March at 10am for Loch Tarsan and also 13th March at 10am for Loch Loskin it would be nice to see some new faces there apart from the usual lads who turn out religiously every time ! The job wont take long, and remember many hands make light work.
The result for the “Jimmy Docherty Rover Challenge Trophy” is shared this year between Bill Rankin and Paul McLean, well done guys ! The trophy was donated by Joe Docherty in memory of his father Jimmy, a member of this club in the early years.