Members will be vetted to go forward to the National and Scottish Club events on the following criteria:

They will have won a DDAC Competition.

The winner of the “PJ Mackenzie Cup” being offered a place in the “SANACC National “.

The Scottish Club Competition team(s) are picked from the other DDAC competition winners.

Reserves – Shall be chosen from the membership on their skills in the Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout field to enable selection into the above, when a team placement becomes vacant.

Competitions for 2021 season

Sat April 10th Tarsan Comp Day 1

1 Graeme Henry – 10 fish for 14 lbs 15.4 ozs. also the heaviest fish at 2lbs 2.5 ozs
2 Ron Ganley – 10 fish for 14 lbs 3.1 ozs
3 Lee Lindop – 8 fish for 11 lbs 9.8 ozs
4 Harry Lindop – 4 fish for 6 lbs 4.5 ozs
5 David Halliday – 3 fish for 4 lbs 4.7 ozs
The weather did its usual, lovely sunshine with a biting North wind at times and snow/hailstones just to round it off.
Everybody seemed to enjoy the day and the quality of the fish was a bonus.

Sat May 8th Tarsan Comp Day 2

Ronnie Ganley 10 fish for 12lbs 10.1ozs
Allan Miller 3 fish for 3lbs 15.2ozs
Lee Lindop 3 fish 2lbs 9ozs
Simon Mullins 1 fish for 1lb 10.6ozs
Graeme Henry 1 fish for 0lbs 8.7ozs
The weather was foul at the start of the competition with rain and high winds, but the dog leg seemed to be the better side to fish as it was more sheltered.
We had one competitor fall in – Tarsan at its best.

Sat June 26th Tarsan Comp Day 3

Lee Lindop – 10 fish 6lbs 1.1ozs
Allan Miller – 7 fish 7lbs 14.9ozs
Greame Henry – 6 fish 4lbs 10.9ozs
Ron Ganley – 1 fish 1lb 1.4ozs
Again all enjoyed their day out.Weather stayed settled but warm with little wind, this made walking Tarsan a little hot under the collar

Sat July 17th Tarsan Comp Day 4

Sat Aug 14th Tarsan Comp Day 5

Here is the result for the Tarsan heat 5 competition.
With the amount of rain over the past few days the water level was still about 10-12 ft from bottom of the Coll dam.

Lee Lindop 10 fish for 10 lbs 5.4 ozs
Ronnie Ganley 5 fish for 6 lbs 7.8 ozs
Graeme Henry 3 fish for 2 lbs 1.7 ozs

Sat June 12th Lake of Menteith

There are two prizes the heaviest bag and largest fish, but rules state only one prize can be awarded per person.
Heaviest bag – Ron Ganley for 9lbs 0ozs
Largest fish – Lee Lindop for 3lbs 12 ozs
It was an enjoyable day out, the weather was warm, mostly overcast but a strong westherly prevailed.
There were 5 boats booked, 9 members took part

Sat September 11th Loch Frandy

Frandy : six members fished Frandy on Saturday 11th Sept.
There was 5 fish caught and 5 fish on and off the hook. A difficult day was had by all the anglers at Frandy, as a number of them came off the water stating this fact.
Overall winner of both outings – Lee Lindop
Heaviest fish over both outings – Ron Ganley

Cameron Outings Cup

Friday June 18th … Tarsan Moth Competition

The Tarsan moth competition went ahead last night with only three people turning up, I think partly due to the England v Scotland match being on tv.
In first place was Lee Lindop with 10 fish for 9lbs 11ozs, in second place was Graeme Henry with 9 fish for 5lbs 10ozs is and in third place was Allan Miller with 4 fish for 4lbs 12ozs.
It was warm with a light breeze and a few fish moving with no midgies until the breeze died down then the midgies came out in force.

Wednesday July 7th … Over 50’s Competition

Graeme Henry … 4 fish and Winner of the Over 50’s Trophy at Loch Tarsan

Allan Miller … 3 fish

Keith McKenzie … 2 fish

Sun – Sunday 19th untill Sunday 26th September … D. Pittman Competition ( Reservoir )

Sat 2nd October untill Sat 9th October … Loch Eck Competition

The Jimmy Docherty Rover Challenge Trophy


2018 Results

Results 2019

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