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Old 12-03-2012, 09:00 PM
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I'll be fishing Busbie Muir this year for the first time, can any of the regulars give me an idea of the depths of the reservoir and which flies I should be tying for the start of the season and also which flies do well as the season progresses ?

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I'd be more interested in the various depths of the reservoir than anything else, anyone ?

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I'll be fishing Busbie Muir this year for the first time, can any of the regulars give me an idea of the depths of the reservoir and which flies I should be tying for the start of the season and also which flies do well as the season progresses ?

Thanks Craig
You could stick ur Granny on a hook at this time of year and u.ll still get fish if u dont try calling the Samaritans or Jim will fix it op,s forgot he,s deed

any type of lure,green+black will do the bizz apart from the dame wall and the high banking u can wade the rest so should help u a little on the depths of it
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Cheers Bert, thanks for the info.

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Default Re: Busbie Muir info (depth & flies)

hi craig

seems it isnt everyones cup of tea up there i loved the place if your still fishing it i intend to be back up largs area soon if you fancy a session fishing that is lol leave word nice water to walk and fish may not hold 20lb trout but the fish i caught were good quality

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