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    Default Some Pics from Park


    Some Ghillies and visiting Ghillies who come to fish and share a dram


    The Greenbanks Pool from the south bank Bothy.


    A wee 25lb March Springer caught by Robert Gillespie,sealiced to boot.


    The Longpool and Upper Kirks which at time of picture had hundreds of Salmon in them providing a fascinating challenge to the angler.

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    But STRICTLY no rod sharing this coming year..........................
    "O hielan' streams ah covet nain....................."

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephead View Post
    But STRICTLY no rod sharing this coming year..........................
    For you big man ! Pray who is worthy of sharing your guluphalumph of a weapon?Eighteen feet of the finest sunk line casting apparatus,immense stature indeed.
    You could always gie me a bell mind just to keep the big man happy where ever we may be.My contract is up and we have not negotiated another due to some problems with oiks,away from the Beck, that need resolved B4 I go stir crazy.
    Glad to see you have found your way here Jonathon welcome to the board.
    heard the weather tomorrow was going to see a high and fast JETSTREAM of people flocking here,way to go.
    Last edited by greenbanks; 30-10-2007 at 08:53 PM.

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    I find myself salivating at all but the first picture

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    Have had a wee pick thro' the brochure and will be on to the Estate Office the 'morrah.

    I'll let you know the dates and then you can give us the benefit of your year in the hot seat.

    From a culinary perspective I'll do the lunches and even bring the gallon hip flask full of neck oil you seemed to think was more effective than the Cupppppa Sooooup.







    In addition,have you read the Conditions of Let and there is no mention of the frying pan ban????!!!!

    ZH
    "O hielan' streams ah covet nain....................."

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    That was a difficult peice of rule making to implement as Mr Murray whatsisname was a tad miffed.
    Still the old syndicate guys really appreciated the way the bothy was looked after through the season.
    It has a lot of super pics including some great ones from your early season sorties.
    I dont have the one on my new lap top of you and nick Armstead standing either side of me with Park house in the background and the snow slowly melting as the morning warmed up gently,you guys made me feel like.......Bernie Eccleston ha ha..
    If you could find it and post it here i would be delighted as it was a fun pic.
    I havent done the Spey in Feb /March but dont believe it can match Park when the conditions are right.
    Perhaps i am wrong but stats may suggest otherwise over the long term Jonathon.
    And at the end of the day who expects to go to one of the top beats in Scotland expecting facilities to fry up a huge nose bag?.............guess some must do
    Me i would rather go and catch a fishy at lunchtime,best time of the day.
    Last edited by greenbanks; 30-10-2007 at 10:21 PM.

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    That Springers a beast !
    Ryan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan
    That Springers a beast !.
    I've heard that, too.

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    Another one Ryan

    The fight to the conclusion


    The fish just ready to be photgraphed and rerturned safely.


    The fisherman from Ireland had a grand morning


    Lunchtime in the bothy awaiting the Bushmills
    Last edited by greenbanks; 01-11-2007 at 06:43 PM.

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    Greenbanks,

    Is that Jim Flemming to the right of the last photo?

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