WHILE we all appreciated the great sunny days of late, anglers out on Lintrathen Loch during the day really suffered.
The fish were not wanting to do anything at all and the few fish that were caught were taken well down on slow fished lures.
But it was a different story for the evening sessions where good sport was reported with most fish up just under the surface when hatches came on. Floating lines were doing best with small black spiders and other black or dark hackled flies on long leaders taking most fish.
During the last few days when we were back with normal weather, crunchers and hoppers were doing well fished just under the surface.
Club results: Dundee AC, five boats, 38 fish for 58lbs 11ozs; RAF Northern League, five boats, 35 for 46lbs; Pitcarmick AC, two boats, nine for 10lbs; Laurencekirk AC, three boats, 14 for 22lbs 9ozs; Balbeggie AC, seven boats, 54 for 86lbs 10ozs; Dundee East End, six boats, 14 for 20lbs 7ozs; Monifieth Trout AC, six boats, 29 for 44lbs; Canmore AC, three boats, 19 for 32lbs 8ozs; Perth AC, five boats, 17 for 25lbs; Balbeggie AC, seven boats, 52 for 81lbs; Stanley & District, seven boats, 51 for 85lbs; Brax AC, four boats, 14 for 23lbs 4ozs; Kingfisher 20, five boats, 26 for 44lbs 10ozs.
Individual boats: F. McGregor and partner, 10 fish for 15lbs 8ozs; John Browning (Glen Isla), five for 10lbs 8ozs; Stewart Ferrier and R. Ferrier, five for 9lbs; Willie Miligan (Kirriemuir) five for 8lbs; Jim Galloway and Tom Melville, 10 for 17lbs 8ozs; Davie McPherson, five for 9lbs 8ozs; Messrs Robertson and Baillie, 10 for 18lbs.
Looking for more games
A NEW amateur football side is looking for fresh opponents after winning their first game recently.
Last Sunday Arbroath Stagecoach Drivers triumphed 16-4 over rivals from Dundee Stagecoach at Carnoustie House Grounds.
A spokesman for the Arbroath team said: “We gave them a really good game.”
The team are keen to find any other teams in the area looking for a game, and can be contacted via email at email@example.com.