Having spent most of my first seasons on Lomond fishing the “Bottom End” of the Loch, my fishing pal and myself decided we were ‘ready’ to explore the famous “Tap End”. From all accounts by seasoned Lomond anglers then by mid July the ‘Tap End” was likely to hold fish and this was evidenced by recent catch reports on the Loch.
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Loch Lomond 4th July 2020
Heavy skies, spectacular scenery as I head out of the river into the loch for a day on the water […]
Lomond Silver – June 19th & 20th 2020
My good friend and experienced angler Michael King and I had planned a long overdue two day trip on Lomond […]
First outing of the 2020 season on Lomond
March 21, 2020 Following a long winter close season and not to mention the increasing restrictions and health measures it […]
Summer Reflections 2019
A quick look back at my past season’s outings on the Lomond System as we all look forward eagerly to the new season. We are truly blessed to have all of this beauty and tranquil surroundings on our doorstep.
September Lomond Splendour
Having checked the forecast yet again for the umpteenth time then with a ‘gentle’ wind from the south east forecast I elected to head for north shore of Inchfad in the hope of a decent drift along this shoreline to start with. As I crossed over to and along Inchmurrin my hopes rose as the wind and wave strengthened, so much for the weather forecast I thought as the spray came over the bow.
Let it Rain!
Loch Lomond – Saturday 27th July, 2019 Leaden grey skies, flat calm and raining as I leave the river and […]
‘Screaming Reels’ – Lomond 13th July
Saturday at last and heading out up the river I am brimming with the normal anticipation and excitement that has been growing during the preceding week further fuelled by reports of Grilse now being landed on the Loch……more
Saturday 8th June, 2019 The forecast had said light rain with a ‘moderate’ wind as I headed out onto […]
A cold day in May on Lomond
Saturday 25th May A cold windy day in May heading out once more in pursuit of that, so far elusive, […]