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hi peeps, just booked a holiday cottage up in glenelg, last week in june.
Has anyone ever had any fishing experience or local knowledge of the area.?
i will be taking some light sea/game fishing gear with me,maybe even jump on a boat.
Any info greatly appreciated.
Due to swap in shifts im working this weekend,but have planned a day out on thursday.
I will be at my usual haunts,culross/longannet....low tide i guess is about 10.30
tight lines
aldo
 

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Ahh, my favourite haunt (actually my only haunt). Just after low tide is good although standing on the wall amongst the seaweed can be pretty hairy. Nearly wiped out a couple of times! :rolleyes:

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Blenny said:
Ahh, my favourite haunt (actually my only haunt). Just after low tide is good although standing on the wall amongst the seaweed can be pretty hairy. Nearly wiped out a couple of times! :rolleyes:

tight lines aldo
ill be there today after 11.00ish, gonna dig some bait then head round the corner.
maybe try off the old pier at culross after that.
 

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We are visiting the Morvich (Shiel Bridge) caravan site in September. What shore marks will be worth fishing from Kyle round to Glenelg at this time. Some 25 years ago I fished from near the Glenelg slipway in July and caught a number of codling where should l go in September?
 

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some brilliant marks round there guys. forget cod. but everything else is around there in abundance.
 

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i have a few marks around there for thornbacks and conger if you fancy having a go pm me
 

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:roll1:never noticed that:roll1:

baywatcher just head up to dornie and fish of the rocks with a toby and a line of shrimp quills youll get stacks of mackerel,pollack and coalies.
 

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:roll1:never noticed that:roll1:

baywatcher just head up to dornie and fish of the rocks with a toby and a line of shrimp quills youll get stacks of mackerel,pollack and coalies.
Hey Marty

'scuse my ignorance, but what is a shrimp quill?

aldo - loch Duich not far at all from Glenelg is good - plenty of pollack and mackies in summer.

The views from the top of the mam ratagan pass (spelling!) are awesome.

Have a great trip

Alex
 
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