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Old 26-03-2009, 01:55 PM
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Default Clyde Estuary sea trout.....

no this may be a long shot , but was looking for sum information or tips.. am wanting to try a bit of flyfishing for sea trout in the estury does any one no if sea trout are caught around these parts, by this i mean b4 they get into the rivers,even any west coast bays or beeches where u can fly fish off the rocks , looking for a new challange!! thx for any info....
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Old 26-03-2009, 02:37 PM
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Plenty of sea trout to be caught, you will have to find the marks yourself though! Most are closely guarded secrets!!!! Will let you in on one thats not to secret, Rhu narrows, have caught a few here, so give it a go and let us know how you get on.
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Plenty of sea trout to be caught, you will have to find the marks yourself though! Most are closely guarded secrets!!!! Will let you in on one thats not to secret, Rhu narrows, have caught a few here, so give it a go and let us know how you get on.
And remember that the LLAIA have jurisdiction over that part of the Clyde .
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And remember that the LLAIA have jurisdiction over that part of the Clyde .
And have absolutely no bailiffs !
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And have absolutely no bailiffs !
Don't they??????
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Two spots come to mind. Ardmore Point and a bank of rocks near Cardross
At Ardmore there is a road down over the railway line where you can park & walk round the headland. Sea Trout moving up the estuary hug the shoreline & swim round this feature. At Cardross there is a small bank of rocks in an otherwise featureless section of sand. My bet that it would be worth a cast late summer. The area is permited though.
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Don't they??????
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Thx some usefull info there,was aware that alot of the points may be close guarded secrets, worth a shot though!! Molley, do not pannick, if the water is permited i would obtain permit if possible....sure there are parts however that the kelvin permit covers mabe the other side... have bn to jura last few years and fished the bays with gd results so was just gona try it a bit closer to home, thx again guys.....
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Yeah.I read that later after I posted . lol
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I'll also be fishing the Clyde spring bank week but it'll be at the deep end.

were going to Dunoon so I'll be doing a spot of fishing off the pier for mackerel & maybe the odd boat trip

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