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    Default September On South Uist

    Not for the FFF!
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    Well done Andy some great photos there.Click here to enlarge
    Defo a place I want to go and fish one of those lochs that seem to have a small outlet flowing into the sea.

    Sewinfly. ...............

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    Very nice pictures - certainly whets the appetite!

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    Food for thought Alwyn.Click here to enlarge

    Sewinfly. .........

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    Cracking pictures Andy.
    Cheers
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    Good to see a few pics on the forum of other places to where sea trout can be caught.
    Thanks for sharing them with us Andy.
    Paul.

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    Glad you like 'em.
    Like everywhere it can be very hit or miss. Every time I went out for an afternoon in September I got one or two (or even three on one occasion!) but I was picking the good days. Anyone averaging two or three a day (excluding the tiddly finnock) over a week would be doing very well indeed. But there is always the chance of a 10lb fish and the odd salmon now and then.


    Andy

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    thank you for sharing that with us my freindClick here to enlarge

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    Really great pictures of a magical place, I've only been to Lewis a and Harris, but I must make it over there when the boys are older....

    Thanks for sharing, really beautiful, I get that 8lber went like a train...!

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