Monthly Archives: August 2014

August 31st ladybird

Take1 Take2 Stunning afternoon. Was out in the paddocks hacking back super-thistles and brambles with a Wilkinson Sword (machete, not razor). Then on this last day of summer I saw her. Ladybird was a feisty model but Advertisements

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Friday fish from Creed (well Thursday)

Paul caught a salmon yesterday (Thursday) on the Creed (pictured above): “Well, it wasn’t silver but a fish is still a fish. The Creed in full flood today but never say never *Smile* Unusual for me to cast an extra … Continue reading

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Or killer whale as I have always called them. Here’s the latest from Paul on the Isle of Lewis:

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The Creed comes good (I’m a believer)

All right another Creed but still relevant here, the latest report and (drum roll) fish pics from 2014 Middle Varzuga veteran Paul: “Perfect water on the River Creed today, 13 fish caught to the rods on what must, on its … Continue reading

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From MV to Clachan

There are lots of Clachans in Scotland. There is one in Dumfriesshire, for example, one or two in Moray and one in the Western Isles. It is to this latter I take you today, on the trail of my June … Continue reading

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Friday photograph

It had been a, for Middle Varzuga, relatively quiet afternoon interlude. After picking up a fish from Party pool after lunch wading, we had fished a bit from the boat in lower Generator and it had all gone quiet. So … Continue reading

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