Glenquey – July/August 2014

With all the summers alternative attractions particularly the World Cup and Commonwealth Games mid week anglers in July could pretty much expect to have Glenquey to themselves. The long dry summer has resulted in Scottish Water drawing the level of the reservoir down but there is still plenty of water to fish!

The fishing has remained very good; a quick analysis of the catch returns show:

July 2014  – Mean weight of trout caught 0.6lbs with each angler catching an average of 2.7 trout per session

August 2014 – Mean weight of trout caught 0.75lbs with each angler catching an average of 3.75 trout per session.

One angler caught a cracking fish of 2.5lb. We had two visitors from God’s County (Yorkshire) one who blanked and the other caught 10 trout averaging 1lb!

IMPORTANT – Access to Glenquey during the Ryder Cup – 22nd to 28th September

Access to the A823 to Glendevon and north will be restricted during the Ryder Cup but access to Glenquey will be maintained

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As soon as the details for access are know we will update the website

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