The last two trophies were awarded to their recipients at the Annual Dinner which was held at the Argyll Hotel last Saturday evening.
The Jimmy Docherty Rover Challenge Trophy was awarded to Bill Rankin and Allan Miller, for the most club waters fished with fish being caught.
And the Peter Manson Award went to John Pickett for the most fish being caught at Dunoon Reservior
Allan Miller also fished the Reservoir on Friday, he says that despite the harsh weather with heavy rain and added hailstones there are still quality rainbow trout there fort the taking….. so get the thermals on and get up there !
Members can fish Dunoon Reservoir for half price (£4) from November through till February, some good quality fish still in there to get caught … so get up there !
The final results of the Reservoir Pittman Competition from 17th September until 24th September 2017.
18 members entered the Competition, 8 members attended the Weigh-In.
The start of the week was dry and warm but from Wednesday until Sunday it was heavy rain with no members weighing in on Thursday, Saturday or Sunday.
The heaviest fish – Keith Mackenzie 3 lbs 9 oz caught Tuesday 19th September.
Second heaviest fish Allan Miller 3 lbs 7oz caught Friday 22nd September
Heaviest basket – Keith Mackenzie five fish for a total weight of 11 lbs 4 oz caught Tuesday 19th September.
John Pickett was second with five fish for a total weight of 11 lbs 1oz.
We have added these new videos to our website, these can also be viewed on the tabs of the relevant water.
Thanks to ://crankinphotography.co.uk/ for the making of these videos.
Another nice Winter Rainbow at 3lb+ caught earlier in January, this time by member Bill Rankin … well done Bill ! … Just proof of what’s still in the Reservoir so get the thick socks inside the waders and get up there. Still good sport to be had up the Bishops Glen !
A fine pair of excellent quality Winter Rainbows caught up the Reservoir recently by club member Bob Clark, he caught them with a weighted Cats Whisker on a floating line with a long leader. Just goes to show the fish are in there for the taking …. Well done Bob !