Going up to Loch Goil, near Lochgoilhead, looking to find out what are the best marks and baits for the area,
It depends on how fit you are as the best marks are on the far side of the lochso for the best fishing it is a bit of a hike unless you know a friendly boat man to take you over. for the road side there are afew marks but I mast stress that at the moment the fishing is poor a few mackeral an odd flattie small saith and if you are lucky a doggie. the pier at carrick was a favourate but thats now closed and fenced off but as you enter carrick there are two main marks you can't miss them for the litter and mess left by oters fishing there.kevinrussell8 said:Going up to Loch Goil, near Lochgoilhead, looking to find out what are the best marks and baits for the area,
don't know for sure but this could possibly be near where I am staying.There's a sandy point on the west coast below the castle that's private beach, I think, but had loads of wee fish on the boat just off that.