Glenquey season ended on the 30th September with the water level at a relatively low level reflecting both the extremely dry late summer and Scottish Water’s work programme for the reservoir.
The low water level has allowed work parties to begin clearing some of the shrubbery and open up some of the north bank, but this is hugely demanding work. The work party intends persevering with this work through the close season but would welcome any assistance on their Wednesday trips [contact David Mudie or via website]
Work is almost complete on fulfilling the DAA obligations to maintain the old boathouse
August was a relatively quite month at Glenquey; 32 tickets were returned with anglers catching 65 fish with an average weight of 0.67lbs
By contrast September was an exceptional month; 39 tickets were returned with anglers catching 244 fish with an average weight of 0.60lbs.