Saturday 28 February 2009

Wednesday 25 February 2009

Monday 23 February 2009

Friday 20 February 2009

Kelt Landed Today 20/2/09

Here's a kelt that i landed today from steps on the fly.

Selkie Guiding The Way 19/2/09

Harling Fiddlers 19/2/09

Wednesday 18 February 2009


Water Gauge 18/2/09

Here's the water gauge today reading 3ft 2"

Tuesday 17 February 2009

Two Beautys In The Deansie 16/2/09

Water Gauge 17/2/09

Sunday 15 February 2009

Kelt Coming To Hand 14/2/09

Mr Andrew Smith Hooking Into A Kelt In The Steps Pool 14/2/09

Water Gauge 14/2/09

Here's the water gauge reading 1ft. Very low for feb!

A Wintery Cotter 12/2/09

The Boil 11/2/09

Wednesday 11 February 2009

Water Gauge Today 11/2/09

Todays Kipper

Sea Liced Kipper Action Today 11/2/09

Here's myself playing a sea liced kipper on the fly in the tail of the cotter today

Tuesday 10 February 2009

Water Gauge Today 10/2/09

Here's the water gauge today reading 1ft 4"

We are now getting down to a perfect fly height and all the pools/croys are now shown.

Monday 9 February 2009

Allan Rennie's Kelt Today

Water Gauge Today

Friday 6 February 2009

Colin Tomlinson's Rawner

Jim Mundell's 2nd Kelt Today

Kelt Action Today

Mr Jim Mundell playing a kelt today in the Plain Tree.

Wednesday 4 February 2009

January Report

Ghillie's Report For January.

The season opened on the 15th january and we were greeted by wet weather. With more than 5ft on the gauge we got under way. The 1st fish of the season was landed on the fly by Mr Robert Galbraith, a baggot around the 10lb mark. The first few days of the season saw a rise in the water, up to 7ft. There was plenty of baggots and rawners splashing around the beat.
The 1st springer from the beat was landed on the 23rd by myself from the Cotter on a harled tomic, this was a magnificent fish weighing around the 12lb mark. With the water dropping to 2ft 7" our chances were getting better. On the 26th we lost 2 definet springers at the boat. The disappointment of these 2 springers been lost didnt last to long as on the 27th Mr John Watt making his first trip to the Tay landed a beauty of 16lbs from Jock's Bank on a harled tomic. Very well done John on your 1st january springer. As the week progressed heights were good and a few fish were shown. On the 30th Bob Mathieson landed a 8lber from the Ferry Pool on a harled tomic from my 2nd boat. All 3 springers were returned.
Overall im very pleased with the start to the season, hopefully the spring run will continue to build as the weeks pass and a lot more action is around the corners.

Tight Lines


Rawner Action In The Cotter Today

View From The Hut Today

Water Gauge Today

Here's the water gauge today reading 2ft 10". Snowing a blizzard!!

Monday 2 February 2009

Water Gauge Today

Here's the water gauge today before the snow blizzards really got going. A rawner was lost in the cotter today.