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August Hill Lochs Report

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Once again 'sods law' prevailed and after getting away with the worst of heavy rain and blustery winds in July  we certainly did not get away with it during August.
This was reflected by reduced numbers of anglers fishing our lochs throughout the month.
Both lochs continued to fish well and some good catches were made by club members and visitors who ventured out on the days when conditions were more favourable.
Orange Blob,Cormorants and Daddies were doing well at Bhac.
Black,Claret traditional wets providing sport at Kinardochy.
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