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Old 11-27-2009, 10:41 AM
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Default River Tummel, Pitlochry

It has been years since I've been up to Pitlochry, actually last time I went I was just a youngin.

I'm thinking of taking a trip up that way for a few days next season. I'll definately hire a boat so I can get out to the spots I want.

Does anyone have any recommendations for areas to fish, flies/baits to use and time of year to go?

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Old 12-05-2009, 09:10 PM
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What type of trout would you prefer? If you're along the river, June and July are really the best months; I'd stick around into the evening, as that's when they really bite.
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Old 12-07-2009, 09:37 AM
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What type of trout would you prefer? If you're along the river, June and July are really the best months; I'd stick around into the evening, as that's when they really bite.
Thanks for the advice. I'd actually like to catch a wild brownie as I've always landed rainbows. Guess I need to get out into wild waters more!
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Thanks for the advice. I'd actually like to catch a wild brownie as I've always landed rainbows. Guess I need to get out into wild waters more!
Do you tend to stick to fisheries more than wild waters? I've rarely been to fisheries, and I can't imagine ever going back, after being raised (mostly) on wild water. There's just something different about that sort of catch. Good luck with the brownies!
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Old 12-22-2009, 10:41 AM
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Don't you find that the fish that are found in fisheries aren't quite as aggressive as the fish in the wild waters? I find that fish like wild browns provide more fight and that makes fishing much more fun.
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