The first Tarsan Competition on Saturday 7 April
Top rod was Lee Lindop with 10 fish @ 8lbs 2oz
In second place was Bill Rankin with 9 fish @ 7lbs 1oz
Heaviest fish was Harry Lindop with a fish of 1lb
Only seven members came to the weigh -in
The total number of fish weighed in was 30 @ 23lbs 11oz
The first day of the Tarsan Competition is this Saturday 7th April from Noon until 6pm. Meet at the boathouse. Tight Lines everyone !
All boats are now ready for use in Loch Loskin, thanks to all the members who came along to help.
The Tarsan and Loskin have been stocked today (Monday) with brown trout so everything is ready for action.
Please note : There are still only two boats in Loch Tarsan until the necessary repairs have been carried out, tell John at the paint shop which boat you require, standard or short shaft.
Sunday 18th was a very cold, snowy, windy day and we attached two boats to the moorings at Loch Tarsan ( one short shaft ) one standard.
The other two boats will go in when repairs to them are completed.
The loch is now ok to fish from the bank as water levels are nearly back to normal.
We are waiting on a delivery date of the brown trout stocking which we hope will happen very soon.
The boats in Loch Loskin should be ready for use from this Sunday.
Water is still too low and mud too deep to get boats onto the moorings at Loch Tarsan as these photos show, taken this morning March 12th. We hope to get an improvement in the situation soon. Members are reminded not to fish alone, due to very deep mud especially in the boat-shed bay.
Davy Landsburgh took over as the new President of DDAC following the AGM at the Argyll Hotel last Tuesday. We wish him all the best for the next three years.
Planning a fishing trip in Dunoon ? …. Then here’s the place to stay.