Another very good week, despite the harsh weather conditions, Burnouse produced some great catches. Heavy rain on Wednesday didn’t put off a few brave anglers. Die-hard fishermen know that a heavy shower at the right time can be just what the doctor ordered. We certainly don’t advocate fishing in a thunder and lightning storm, but the next time you see a steady rain, dress for it, turn on your enthusiasm and go after ‘em. You’ll be glad you did.
Thank you to everyone who came to wet a line with us, especially we were happy to see good old friends to return to the fishery.
Dougie Crawford weighted in 2 rainbows for 7lb 5oz on Cat’s Whisker 1wt m line
Jason Paterson 1 for 2lb 12 oz intermediate line size 10 Orange Blob
David Lake 1 rainbow for 3lb fishing floating line again Orange Blob
Scott Laird 3 for 10lb went on to safely return 4 fishing size 16 Black Penal Buzzer’s Fab.
Jonh Fleming on sporting ticket on evening session returned 10 blues fishing floating line & Nymph’s size 16.
Scott Warburton 1 for 3lb size 16 White Ghost, floating line
John MacDonald on sporting ticket landed & safely returned 3 fishing Orange Dancer on intermediate line size 10
Geoff Appleton 9 on c/r ticket floating line size 14 Lock Ordie Invicat
Charle Cooper fish on intermediate line, landed a nice blue 2lb 8oz size 10 Black Fritz
Stephan Wright weighted in a nice rainbow for 2lb 12 oz floating line size 8 Yellow Dancer
Sandy Brown on floating line netted 2 on size 14 Bibio Black Sader
Alan Downie Returned 5 on size 14 Black Penal
Steve McGowan returned 3 rainbows fishing floating line size 16 Kate McLaren
Henry Makie returned 2 blues floating line size 14 Beatle
John Boyle returned rainbows intermediate line size 10 White Fritz
The loch is well stocked – full of Blues, Rainbows, around 20 Tigers and a home population of brown trout. Please make sure you book in advance before you come in (as £5 extra-charge applies if not pre-booked). Please ensure you are fishing safely when angling in respect of both adherence to Covid-19 Scottish Government guidelines and whilst on and beside the water.