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Hi Folks

Had a decent summer catching doggies, mackies and pollock but would like to try and add a few decent sized flatties to the species list also.

I know the ayrshire coast can throw up a few, however are they likely to appear around here? If so any particular places that i'd have a good chance of some? I cant travel too far with the cost of fuel etc these days!

Ive heard the clyde can produce now and again but wouldnt know where to start fishing for them. Also what conditions etc are best to fish?

Any help and advice would be appreciated!

Cheers

Scott
 

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Anywhere from the renfrew ferry downwards you will get flatties crab and rag or lug will do the trick
 

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At the back of the big hospital in Clydebank - or Bowing breakwater - I would use crab - only bait that will last :laugh:
 

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Thanks for the replies folks

Any particular places i should be trying?

What about the ayrshire coast... anywhere along there thats any good?

Cheers
 

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looking at the last clyde cup results i would stick with the clyde for flats.
 

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The Leven was heavy with salmon fishermen when I cycled along it on Tuesday. Loads of them!
 
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