Monthly Archives: March 2014

April Fools Day (otherwise known as the opening day at Glenquey)

Well the Met Office are forecasting for tomorrow a stiff easterly breeze, mist, drizzle interspersed with rain showers and temperatures peaking at 5C in Glendevon …….. so it must be the start of the 2014 season at Glenquey! 🙂 Looking … Continue reading

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Opening Day

Well the day had finally come and after the traditional opening day ‘faffing’ trying to find rods, reels, fly boxes, forceps etc so carefully put away at the end of last season; I eventually found myself on the river. I headed … Continue reading

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Glenquey 2014

The DAA work party have been up at Glenquey doing some pre-season work at the reservoir and report the reservoir is absolutely full (no surprise there I suppose after this winter) but looking in great nick for the start of … Continue reading

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Fossoway beat 2014

From the opening day of the 2014 season we will be able once again to fish again on the upper river upstream of Crook of Devon for the first time since the devastating pollution incident centred about the Glendevon Water Treatment Works. … Continue reading

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Season 2014

Well the 2014 season on the Devon is now less than a week away 🙂 I was down on the river this afternoon; it was still thinning down from Friday’s spate and there was a fair old flow of water … Continue reading

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