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    Thumbs up Gadloch Angling Club

    Gadloch angling club now has a new web page
    Last edited by hutchie; 29-12-2010 at 11:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutchie View Post
    The Gadloch Angling Club is looking for new members to join as spaces have become avalible.It is a well established fishery and has been on the go for over 40years it has 3 boats which are free to use and has good wading banks for access to fishing.
    You can fish for rainbow/blue trout ALL year round the loch has a good headstalk of fish mainly around the 2/4lbs mark.The loch also has a good number of wild brown trout to fish for in season.
    The loch has an abundance of wild fly life which makes dry fly fishing the best i have ever seen, sages hatch freely and damsel fishing is good too!So if you fancy a cast or two or want anymore info send me a message and i will get back to you
    FLY FISHING ONLY
    The loch is around 4miles from glasgow .It is beside Lenzie/Kirkintiloch.
    And the first payment is £128 and will go down to £113p/a ,because the joining fee is £15.
    Now that's GOT to be worth £128
    Is that the one on the right below the road, as you come into Lenzie?
    "I'm not as think as you confused I am"

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    Default yip

    Its just when you come into lenzie on the rh side just at the golf club i am going up to the open day at the Glasgow Angling Center tomorrow i will be there from around 12 till 3 if you want to know more about the loch, if i am not there we have left flyers and application forms just inside on the info rack as you exit the building cheers

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    "sages hatch freely"

    Ah well, not much of a rise there then
    "I'm not as think as you confused I am"

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    gadloch angling club
    Last edited by hutchie; 09-04-2012 at 08:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midgetip View Post
    "sages hatch freely"
    What fly do you recommend for a 9ft 5# XP

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    hutchie The fly is a Sedge not a Sage, the others are taking the "Phiss" which is what they are good at.
    Good on you for supporting your club water, have passed it many a time & wondered who fished it. Not one for me unfortunately but good luck with your "recruitment" never the less.

    Tight Lines
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    gadloch angling club
    Last edited by hutchie; 09-04-2012 at 08:21 PM.

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    hello
    just got my fly rod been to carbeth fishery a couple a times
    hopeing my next move is becoming a member at the gadloch. not sure how to go about it

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    Have a look on the web site

    - GADLOCH ANGLING CLUB
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