Would say the Lake is finally starting to fish more like normal these days…. there was another 1000 fish put in on Monday.
Davie Bonnington from East Lothian wet a line for the first time this year and had 11 from “all over really” (7 of them were on a size 12 olive shuttle cock). Not bad considering he was out late and away early and the weather was hoofing it down. PJ MacIntoch from Badenoch had 7 to his rod.
Our end of (main) season finale this year is on Sunday 30th October when we are hosting the Kirk and School Fundraising committee who are organising the Kirk and School Day. Please book on the line as normal and we will forward your details to them. Prices are as usual for the weekend but the ticket price includes all you can eat (soup, burgers, kebabs etc) and a free refreshment table. Not sure what the kids are planning but there is usually a song! Please come along and suppport the Port Schook and Kirk. All proceeds go to the afore mentioned.
Neil Cockburn from Glasgow caught this fin perfect beauty on a humungous, in the east basin, when he was out at the weekend with Phoenix AC.
The Lake is big wildlife draw. Paul Barr captured this image of one of the pair of sea eagles that have been regularly visiting. The large herring gull is nearer than the sea eagle to give you an idea of scale.
On a less exciting note please be aware of the road closure on the A81 next week 9-5pm.