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    Quote Originally Posted by DonCurlyHorny View Post
    Findhorn March and June
    Spey Tulchan April
    NC500 fishing trip year 2 canít wait

    And all with guid pals.... braw !

    DCH
    NC500 trip. How does that work?
    Is it going to be day tickets on the Helmsdale, Naver, Thurso, Borgie ticket water kind of trip?
    The Kyle's a good bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keirstream View Post
    Some nice beats there, especially if the mighty Tay picks up.
    Where would you go in Ireland in September?
    I wouldn't mind a tilt at the Mourne myself.
    Ive fished the Owenmore for years. If it gets water, you can have a good week. Catches have dropped off, from what they used to be, but this year it picked up, a little. Lovely little spate river, in Bangor Erris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by westie4566 View Post
    Haha, if your on Tulchan wi the Southie Maestro then you'll be up the same time as us.
    No, you have it wrong.
    I'm on the Southie with the Southie Maestro.
    He says we can't possibly go wrong. Sore arms and all that.
    And I thought it was I who was the Eternal Optimist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keirstream View Post
    NC500 trip. How does that work?
    Is it going to be day tickets on the Helmsdale, Naver, Thurso, Borgie ticket water kind of trip?
    The Kyle's a good bet.
    Yes, exactly that. I camped it and the weather and scenery was stunning. Kyle of Durness I enjoyed. Iíve some experience under my belt for next year, plus Iíll try and stretch a week and add a couple more rivers.

    Kinermony is a great cast, I enjoyed the very top (fish from little turn? ) and the very bottom. Thatís where I felt the action was on the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyke View Post
    Then a week with Rennie waving the big rods around at Rome Croy (Tay) in September & a week on the Luce in October.


    Tyke.
    Fair year you have coming up there.
    How do you do on the Luce?
    Only last night I was thinking of a pop at the Cree.
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    Rome Croy cheque went in the post some weeks back, Ribble cheque won't leave the book until early on next year, but I'm committed to returning Ribbleside for another season.
    After that, well its difficult times at the moment here in the House of Rennie, so it's going to be a see what unfolds net year.Fancy an early trip, but at the moment every things in the lap of the gods.
    Pedro.

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    I've got my usual day's booked on the northie, will also have a few days on the tay and Annan, I'll also be taking my clyde ticket next season and whatever else takes my fancy throughout the season and in between I'll be hitting the brownies on the Clyde, Annan, tweed and on the talla 🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣 bring it on

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbonboy View Post
    Ive fished the Owenmore for years. If it gets water, you can have a good week. Catches have dropped off, from what they used to be, but this year it picked up, a little. Lovely little spate river, in Bangor Erris.
    Now that's a fair call.
    I almost bought a house in Bangor 10 years back but too much flaffing about with Irish lawyers and auctioneers.
    I have fished Carrowmore but never the river. I quite fancy that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonCurlyHorny View Post
    Yes, exactly that. I camped it and the weather and scenery was stunning. Kyle of Durness I enjoyed. Iíve some experience under my belt for next year, plus Iíll try and stretch a week and add a couple more rivers.

    Kinermony is a great cast, I enjoyed the very top (fish from little turn? ) and the very bottom. Thatís where I felt the action was on the day.

    DCH
    I watched the local lads fishing the low tide for sea trout way out on the flats in the Kyle of Tongue last July, they were just spots in the distance. I would never attempt that, I'm not fast enough anymore to beat the incoming tide.
    Stunning, just stunning landscape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keirstream View Post
    No, you have it wrong.
    I'm on the Southie with the Southie Maestro.
    He says we can't possibly go wrong. Sore arms and all that.
    And I thought it was I who was the Eternal Optimist.
    Let me know when your there and I'll stick my heid in past. I wouldn't bank on SM's golden handshake paying for your permit though.....it may already be all spent on fishing
    ..........so many flies, so little time!

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