Frandy uncovered

Issue 487 of Trout Fisherman, out on August 17, will include a feature on Frandy Trout Fishery in Scotland. As promised in that article, I have set out below some pictures of the southern shore at the time of my visit, which we didn’t have space for in the magazine.

With water levels being low when I was there, you will note that they provide an idea of the terrain over which you are casting when normal levels  apply. Without always knowing why, I’m intrigued by this kind of revelation, although that may just be me…

Top-left and bottom-right pics are of the bay to the west of the lodge (ie on the left as you walk out of the building) just before you reach the neck, where the fishery turns and narrows. The remaining pictures show the shore as you walk towards the dam at the eastern end.


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