AMONG anglers at Carlogie Dam Fishings this week enjoying success was J. Dow from Dundee who caught seven, returned five and kept two weighing 6lb 8ozs on a black and green lure.
Jim Tait, Forfar, caught eight, returned three and kept five weighing 10lb 8ozs on a bleeding cat, A. Neilie from Coaltown of Balgownie caught and kept four on various lures, W. Thomson, Dundee, caught eight, returned five and kept three weighing 6lb 4ozs on lures, J. Doyle from Montrose caught eight, returned five and kept three weighing 6lb 10ozs on blobs, J. Wood, Broughty Ferry, caught and kept three weighing 6lb 6ozs on lures, G. Macintosh from Dundee caught seven, returned four and kept three weighing 5lb 12ozs on lures, D. Cadger, Arbroath, caught and kept three weighing 8lb 8ozs on black lures, A. Lorry from Arbroath caught and kept two weighing 9lb on lures, B. Cook, Dundee, caught and kept three weighing 6lb 8ozs on black lures, Bert Sutherland from Markinch caught and kept four weighing 8lb 4ozs on black cormant, Colin Tait, Forfar, caught 20 returned 16 and kept four weighing 11lb 8ozs on a green pea lure.
On catch and release, Dave Simpson from Forfar had 11 on buzzers, M. Heenan, Forfar, 12 on lures, Dave Roy from Barnhill 12 on black mini lures, Keith Prior, Barry, 11 on various wets, George Smith from Arbroath 14 on buzzers, Mike Johnston, Arbroath, seven on various lures, Jock Reid from Kingsmuir five on lures.
The Ferry Fly Dressers visited the dam on Sunday when seven anglers caught and kept 16 weighing 47lbs in total.
THE FISHING this week at Kingennie has been affected by all the rain we have had and visibility on all ponds has been reduced to a couple of feet.
Anglers have had to work really hard for their fish and found that managing to land two or three fish was good going. On all ponds the best and really only fly to work was the bunny leech in various colours with pink and black being the top colours.
Floating lines haven’t been needed this week as 99 per cent of all fish caught have been close to or on the bottom.
The bankside has seen the best of the sport with leeches being worked in the margins where light penetration has allowed for that wee bit more visibility.