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Hi

Any info on the east side of Loch Long? A colleague at work said there are mackerel, coalies etc along the loch that you can spin for from the shore! He suggests south of Arrichor (sp).

Please add any info. I'm off in 3.5 hours! Yesssss.

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Cheers BigD

Might check that out (although the tide will be low so I might have a wait on my hands)! Let you know what the score is tomorrow.

Just checked the map –*where did you park and how did you get to the rocks?
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Hi

Fished south of Arrochar for a couple of hours last night. Nothing, not even a bite. I was fishing at low water however i'm told it is very deep close in so i'm not sure if i was doing something wrong or not! Might still be a bit early for mackerel. Fished with a wee spinner and powerbait pilchard.

On the plus side it was a cracking evening weather wise. On the down side I was outfished by a heron stationed at the next mark down! Bah.
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Blenny said:
Hi

Fished south of Arrochar for a couple of hours last night. Nothing, not even a bite. I was fishing at low water however i'm told it is very deep close in so i'm not sure if i was doing something wrong or not! Might still be a bit early for mackerel. Fished with a wee spinner and powerbait pilchard.

On the plus side it was a cracking evening weather wise. On the down side I was outfished by a heron stationed at the next mark down! Bah.
;)
was fishing up scotland last week {whitthorn} there were no mackeral showing at all
 
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