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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfly View Post
    Borgie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loxie View Post
    Indeed.
    Going up on 14th August for the week and praying for a nice downpour like 2 years ago, 5ft on the gauge on the monday morning. If the water is low then my 3# will be getting an airing on the loch's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfly View Post
    Going up on 14th August for the week and praying for a nice downpour like 2 years ago, 5ft on the gauge on the monday morning. If the water is low then my 3# will be getting an airing on the loch's.
    Im up again last week in July as well. Had a great time last year so I'll probably blank this year!

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    That's salmon fishing

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    You already know which way you're going to drive up. You've only started this thread to **** us all off!!
    Which reminds me of a nice little tune called "The Train Journey North" played here by Stuart Liddlle of Inveraray. (Tune No.3)

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    good luck on your journey i will be following a similar if shorter route this year to loch inver got a boat booked on loch ailsh, couldnt get on the oykel but might have managed a day on the Cairnard(never herd of it)
    It's too high, its too low, its too windy, there's nae fish al no be back...... Till tomorrow

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    Fishing the Inver and Kirkaig in July. Second time up there and fished well last year as there was a bit of rain. 8.5/9 hr drive from Cheshire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfly View Post
    Fishing the Inver and Kirkaig in July. Second time up there and fished well last year as there was a bit of rain. 8.5/9 hr drive from Cheshire.

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    When in July are u there? If I can get on them I would I'm there 1st to 14th july
    craig
    It's too high, its too low, its too windy, there's nae fish al no be back...... Till tomorrow

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    Drive up on Sunday the 14 July fishing Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday and drive home 18th.

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    Fuel is available at Scourie too, 24 hours a day.
    Go Lairg and up Shin, past Loch More and Stack.
    Don't forget the A9 average speed cameras.



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