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    Default The result of heavy rain

    The drive back from the Dee was interesting. From the Tay, Earn, North and South Esk, Border Esk and Lune the water had been over the banks and loads of fields flooded. Hope nobody has booked rods on them.

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    Cheers just what I wanted to hear. Booked on Newtyle on Saturday!!

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    I just spoke to the ghille on Cargill and he says it's fine . Apart from the very bottom of the tay what bit of the tay can you see when coming back from the dee having passed North and South esks ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOON ROD View Post
    I just spoke to the ghille on Cargill and he says it's fine . Apart from the very bottom of the tay what bit of the tay can you see when coming back from the dee having passed North and South esks ?
    Stirling

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfly View Post
    Stirling
    Wrong river. That's the Forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEbody View Post
    Wrong river. That's the Forth.
    Just goes to show you can't be right all the time. I'll get me coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEbody View Post
    Wrong river. That's the Forth.
    Just goes to show you can't be right all the time. I'll get me coat.
    Wait a minute its 7ft 5" and rising at 5.45pm at Ballathie on the Tay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassfly View Post
    Just goes to show you can't be right all the time. I'll get me coat.
    Wait a minute its 7ft 5" and rising at 5.45pm at Ballathie on the Tay.
    Thats a trickle coming down

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