Loch Reports

As this unusual and very dry weather continues, so does the challenge of catching good numbers at this time of the year. No matter who we speak to, it seems that all fisheries and even the ones located at higher … Read more

I was speaking to a guy the other day and of course the topic of conversation was mainly about the weather and the prolonged period of hot, dry weather that we’ve been experiencing. His reply to me was that in … Read more

This last period has seen in mid-summer’s day and as always this time of year the flaming June phrase can be applied to this last fortnight. A mixed bag of weather conditions – strong winds, cool days, warm days, misty … Read more

Well, the haar continued for most of the following week since out last report but surprisingly this did not seem to hinder the catch rates. For almost 6 days we were hardly able to see the loch from the shore … Read more

Low cloud, sea mist, frett or more locally know as a haar, has dominated proceedings for the past three days with the odd glimpse of the loch being granted now and then. Despite the cloud cover catching has remained very … Read more

With the worst of the weather hopefully behind us now it’s time to look forward to a more settled period of fishing. Buzzers fished as a straight line or in the style of a washing line using a FAB or … Read more

It’s been buzzer time! When you read through the catch returns there are two recurring themes, buzzers and dries. A lot of people have had great success fishing the washing line using something like a FAB on the point followed … Read more

With yet more days lost to the bad weather the last two weeks started with somewhat of a hit and miss feel to them. The relentless easterly winds brought in yet another dose of snow and this was followed by … Read more

It’s good to be back! It’s just a pity that this year the weather has conspired against us at the start of the season. Opening weekend was particularly bad weather but despite this we once again opened on Saturday to … Read more

Well who would have thought it? The end of another season and our sixth full season at Coldingham. They say that time flies and if that is the case we feel that we are attached to the wings of a … Read more