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Old 07-04-2011, 06:10 PM
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I keep a boat on Loch Migdale above Bonar Bridge and last year had my season cut short by about a month due to an algae presence. We put the boat back on the water last weekend but did not bother fishing as it was still a bit cold. We did however give the motor a run and while in a calmer part of the water thought it was still rather discoloured looking.

Does anyone think that the algae is still hanging around and if so will it mean a bad season?

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Algae isn't a problem, the Lake of Menteith is green for most of the summer/autumn from what I can remember.
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