Friday, 1 October 2010

A week in South Usit, Hebrides

During mid August we visited the South Usit island of the Outer Hebrides for its wild brown trout fishing. It was a great week if not hard fishing. The weather was not the kindest, subjected to either bright days or force gale winds. Nevertheless, caught several decent fsh. The successful flies were the solider palmer, soilder palmer muddler, kate mc claren (jc cheeks) and the silver invicta. On Lough Fada, on the second day hunting for salmon and sea trout, we faced bright sunshine and little wind. Despite this, managed to catch a host of finnock and finally connected with a decent fish on a golden olive bumble. Overall a most delighful place to fish for wild brownies.

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