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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    you have 2 choices go and don't tell any one, or contact letterewe estate Barbara Grant is the factor,there are many lochs some with and some without trout, some are preserved as they are let with accommodation,but , it might be worth it , there was an article in a fishing mag the other week about a couple of these lochs, easker1

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    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    Would that be Barbara MacDonald now?

    Barbara MacDonald - Manager.
    Letterewe, Loch Maree, Achnasheen, Ross-shire IV22 2HH, Scotland. barbaraletterewe@tesco.net Telephone during office hours: +44 1445 760 207.

    From Grant to McDonald! there's a modern woman for you

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    wow I forgot she married the Guy From Gaelforce, we live and learn, easker1

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    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    Thank you both so much for the information. I knew i could count on this community to assist. I really really appreciate it.

    Seb.

  5. #25
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    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    Off to Scourie in the middle of June. Been going fo 5 years now and love my week there great crowd in the hotel and great place to stay. Already planning which lochs to fish but not sure if I will get to the far one as a few health issues which have impacted on my fitness this year.
    Anybody been there recently?

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    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    fished the peaty loch past the pylon , christened my new built rod with 2 half pounders and missed 2 more , Tollie hasn't fished well this year, up to now. but I will return to the loch where I had the 3lb er last season , easker1

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    Nice piece!

  8. #28

    Default Re: Fly Fishing the Hidden Lochs of the Highlands

    Bandies...
    As Einstein remarked, if you keep doing the same thing, why expect a different outcome?
    ie if you keep catching bandies...
    Hardie Part 2 - the watchers target the larger trout which are present in every loch/an, using binoculars before starting to fish - it works.
    Fishing Loch Ruthven - usual good bag of 1/2-3/4lb trout - while we rowed to mooring, a 1.25 trout leapt fully 18" to take a dangling Green Peter - so tied up big Green Peters over winter & dibbled a lot = wild trout up to 2' long in various locations...

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