Meeting- 3rd Sept. 8p.m.
Minutes from the 4th June
Tomich Burn has been further cleared by a contractor who was able to lift out all the large trees and place them on the far bank. The burn is now much clearer with a good flow for returning fish to swim to the top reaches.
The Junior training programme is getting underway and the club hope to have a couple of training sessions before the Junior Compeition on 5th July.
There is a fly-tipping problem at The Ferry. This has been reported to the relevant authorities. Lovat has plans to erect a gate to block access to tippers so we'll see where the parking is going to be once they are installed.
dates for your diaries:
The Bridge, Lovat Park. - Graham Lowder has asked if the Club would be interested in a get-together in early July. He already hosts the fly-tying (this coming Wednesday 18th June - next date to be confirmed).
The Beauly District Salmon Fisheries Board is holding an Annual Public Meeting at the Lovat Arms on 5th June. There is to be a presentation from SSE about smolts and also one from Nick Barker of the Ness & Beauly Fisheries Trust on electro-fishing. More later on the meeting and presentations. Web site links on the Links page
The next Fly-tying session will be announced later
in the Summer season and likely to begin in the Autumn
Visit Grahams in Inverness for Firth Tickets from Wester Lovat to Bunchrew. Day tickets are available in The Lovat Arms, Beauly.
To add yourself to the waiting list - click this link: or send your details to The President by clicking Waiting List
OFFICE BEARERS 2014
Mingulay, Easter Moniack, Kirkhill.
Tel: Kirkhill 831721
Leanassie, Beauly. IV4 7AF
Tel: Beauly 782785
Committee for 2014
Tide timetable details can be found at easytide.ukho.gov.uk
COMMITTEE MEETING DATES 2014. Wednesday 8pm British Legion Beauly.
5th February 2014
AGM Weds 26th November 2014, 7.30 pm at The Lovat Arms, Beauly (room to be confirmed).
General terms are below:
Salmon, Sea Trout and Finnock- 11th February to 15th October Brown Trout-15th March to 6th October.
A maximum of 1 rod per angler is allowed.
No more than 2 anglers should fish any pool at one time.
Fishing is by fly only using a conventional fly rod and line from Lovat bridge to Wester Lovat.
Thereafter fly, spinners, bait etc. can be used.
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