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  1. Cracking day. Tuesday 18th April 2017

    Fished the bank and got into some whopping Blues and Rainbows.
    The fish here tend to look up most times even when there is a bite in the wind.
    Many were going for a size 12 Haul Y Gwynt on the point and wee black Spiders.

    Great Loch, and very reasonably priced. Saw a Adder sunning itself on a Rock just where the Cars park on the East Shore. There were loads of Buzzers (or big Midge should I say) in the air but the fish oddly didnt take buzzers as a tactic, maybe the ones in the air had hatched earlier (note to self).

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  2. Took the opportunity to book a boat on Saturday 28th May, this being my first visit in 5 years to a place that was always one of my favorite fisheries. We were greeted by club member Johnny who gave us a brief on how the fishing was going, he also gave us a hand in loading up the boat, during this short time I noticed an angler landing 3 fish from the dam wall, a good omen perhaps? Well after 2 hours without a touch we were a bit downhearted, however a chance meet up with Johnny who was walking his dog on the far bank turned the day as he said a lot of fish were rising close in up from the water tower. Small dries were our choice and they proved to be very effective as we rose many fish, however this being my first outing of the year, my reactions were like those of a dead cat. I did manage to get 4 fish including a blue and rainbow of 3lb. We came off to be met by Johnny again who helped us unload the boat who asked how the day had gone, to which we replied it had been an excellent day and that we would be back, hopefully before our clubs, Ashington Kingfishers, Loch Style competition in September.

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  3. thurs 19th may.. a good day today, had been looking for a decent day weather wise to fish drys or buzzers, it was perfect conditions 1st thing and had 2 on a suspender hopper and 1 on a black buzzer fishing the washing line, but then the wind got up pretty bad and after a few tangles went onto a single hot head damsel on an intermediate taking another 14 fish, personally I think on the calmer days small stuff works well and on the wild rough days lures just under the surface do the trick, and keeping on the move to find the fish, yet another superb day, cheers.

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  4. fri 13th may. superb fishing today, the blues which have recently been put in are unreal with some of them coming 3ft out the water when hooked the fight from them is superb, it was a bit of a hard day to start and I only had 3 fish by mid afternoon but finished the day with 12 mostly blues after a very frantic last couple of hours losing as many as I landed, it was a case of keeping on the move and finding the fish, great day!!!!

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  5. fri 6th may. another great day, fish moving on the top all over the water even on such a bright day, had 8 on buzzers and lures, the quality of some of these fish is amazing if I didn't know any better I would say some of them are totally wild, I don't think I have seen rainbows and blues with fins and tails so perfect, great fishing and hard going at times, but a very good day apart from the sunburn!!!

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  6. Friday 6th May 2016 my first visit this season. A nice bright day with a light breeze & plenty of fish moving.
    A floating line & a mixture of lures & buzzers did the business to catch 6 lovely rainbows & 1 very energetic blue.
    Well done Kelso & St Boswells angling clubs
    David Tait

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  7. Thursday 5th May, fresh south west wind and getting warmer at last. A not planned visit to the Watch, when I arrived there was no sign of rising fish and still only eight degrees but tackled up with a team of buzzers. I did not have long to wait to take my first lovely rainbow of 3lb this was followed with nice fish through out the day. Some of these fish being blue trout which were also about 3lb but fought like the devil.

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  8. It's marvellous to see the two clubs joining forces to run this very special and beautiful fishery.
    So far this season I have visited three times, first outing was a month ago on a fairly pleasant day weather wise .
    My pal Nicky and I took the boat out for a six hour session and enjoyed great sport from the off. Not many fish showing on top and the small stuff not working very well so put on a twenty foot leader onto the floating line with a home tied Cats Whisker variant and bingo! We netted 35 superb hard fighting torpedoes. Constant offers and quite a few slipped the hook too.
    Next visit was on 27th March I fished the bank on the lodge side. It was too wild and windy to take the boat on this occasion.
    Almost impossible to cast at times due to very strong winds but a bright enough day all the same.
    Same tactics exactly as my previous visit, I wasn't dissapointed yet again with great sport from these hard fighting fish in superb condition. I netted 12 fish and missed a few probably due to not feeling the takes in the windy conditions. Same fly again did the trick.
    Next visit was on Friday 8th April . Picked the wrong weather again! Windy, wet, hailstone showers and 10 minutes of sun! 4 seasons in one day.
    Fished the lodge side and top bay, slow at times and busy at other times , especially afternoon.
    Very few fish showing on the surface, fished a floating line and my prefered 20 foot leader and my own damsel variants . Black and green and orange hothead variant.
    I caught 11 fish again and lost a fairly decent sized fish too and quite a few nips and pulls.
    All in all a cracking days fishing by any standard.
    I was also very pleased to see my first Swallows of the year , they were skimming buzzers off the surface at the Dam end of the Loch, great to see them back from their long journey.
    The place is brimming with wildfowl and all manner of bird life right now. I was very pleased to see a Short Eared Owl busy hunting all around the loch. This particular bird will be catching fodder for its offspring in the nest, as like most owls they nest very early. This bird was hunting very low across the water surface and on closer inspection I could see loads of frogs unusually swimming in the open water, so this was what it was looking for!.
    Can't wait for the warm weather to arrive and kickstart the dry fly fishing on this loch as it can be amazing if you can just time your visit on a nice warm day, hoppers, buzzers and Shipmans are the best bet for great sport.
    Tight lines to all...

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  9. Having never fished the watch before I finally managed to get up there yesterday,knowing my friend graeme keir was going up as well and having heard some good reports it was something we were both looking forward to,I didn't arrive until 11.30 due to another commitment and whilst setting up the wind began to pick up but I shouldn't have worried,I met up with Graeme who'd had 4 and within 5 mins of starting I was into my first fish of around 2lbs which was fully finned and in top condition,fighting harder than some fish I've caught more than double the size!the wind didn't let up for the afternoon but we both caught fish on every spot we tried,I netted 7 graeme 11 with numerous pulls and losses between us,I can only say I was very impressed with the place and I'm already planing my next visit which is definitely going to be very soon
    Thanks to everyone involved in the running of the place,you've done a top job since taking the place over,keep up the great work
    Regards Mark Anderson
    Ps I'll b back very soon

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  10. Well after a few yrs absence of going up to the watch I finally decided to try it again.
    After hearing good reports through the grapevine and also knowing it was under new management I thought what better time to go to a place so close to my heart..
    So up to my usual spot I went right up.the lodge side,full of optimism I cast the flies just knowing what was going to happen..
    Bang and the line tightened and a rocket of a rainbow flew out the water.
    To see this water being RUN properly and knowing the new owners have the right intentions makes me smile as in my book the WATCH WATER IS back.
    So one after another the fish thumped,jumped and pulled like crazy they really are turbocharged fish & the stamp & quality of the rainbows is second to none.
    11 fish landed on what wasn't an easy day but boy if your lucky enough to get the chance don't pass if up its absolutely immense.
    Thanks for a great day Kelso & newton St Boswells ac uve made me a very happy man.
    I'll be back very soon.
    Regards
    Graeme keir 🎣

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  11. another great day today, conditions where unreal to say the least with the watch more like the north sea than a reservoir!! but still managed 9 fish, had a couple on buzzers before the wind got crazy then went on to sink tip and the never fails yellow dancer taking another 7 with loads of pulls and lost fish, 39 fish on my last 2 visits, cant say much better than that, cheers again.

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  12. GREAT DAY TODAY, YELLOW DANCER ON AN INTERMIEDIATE 30 FISH AND LOADS OF PULLS AND LOST FISH, I KNOW THE WATCH HAS NOT LONG BEEN STOCKED BUT 30 IS A NEW P.B FOR ME, CHEERS, SUPERB SPORT, WELL AND TRULY WORTH A VISIT

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  13. Great day today, 25 Aug 15, casting lesson and out on the jetty, perfect weather and awesome amount of fish surfacing. First go at fly fishing!

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  14. brilliant fishing last friday night and last night at the watch the fish fight like bloody torpedoes the place is very welcoming from the moment you arrive till the end of the fishing session ,onother plus is the wild life that thrive on the watch ,a true wild fishery with a magic setting .

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  15. had a superb day 16 fish on a 6hr ticket, bit of a blustery day but yellow dancer on a floater and sink tip line when it got too windy sorted them out, had to change the dancer 3 times as it was chewed to bits!!! well worth a visit, be back mid week, superb fishery!!!!

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  16. Once again, fantastic top of the water stuff. using Royal Wulff and small green (14-16) Paraduns, single fly. Dry Fly reservoir fishing at its best.
    Got into a HUGEEE fish, lost it, line broke,nope, Fly came off, nope...... It straightened my hook. Brakes went on my line as it whizzed out due to a coil which trapped on the ring. arrggggg. Cant wait to go back.
    If you havent fished this place and love remote surroundings and dry flee fishing I urge you to GO!

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  17. Visited the site, without fishing gear, on Sunday 14 June, after hearing a lot of good things about the place. Met, Gavin, who taught me more about trout fly fishing in the time it took me to drink a cup of tea (I am relatively new to the sport) than I have gleaned from books and other bankside fishermen over the past year. I admitted that my casting is poor and he assured me that he would have me casting to the horizon at the end of my next visit. All in all, a great experience and I look forward to my next visit - with tackle of course. Thank you.

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  18. Fantastic top of the water sport fishing up to dusk. Muddler magic and lost a few big uns on a claret dabbler. cant wait to return. Fantastic "fishery" that doesnt feel like a fishery, more like a natural wild Highland Loch.

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  19. Myself and D Harvey travelled down from Ayrshire and fished for three days.The quality of the trout is good but even better is the friendly and obliging management and staff,so thanks again Shaun& Martin.We shall return.

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  20. Ashington Kingfishers held a Loch Style competition on Sunday the 29th of June. Although the fishing was hard, on the day, the hospitality and help shown by management and staff was excellent and very much appreciated! Thank's from all members!
    Ian Fairgrieve
    Chairman AKF

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  21. On Tuesday 3rd June my friend Peter and I tried our first evening session 6-10pm. It was a beautiful still evening with very little ripple on the water with the odd fish rising.
    After fishing with dries for the first hour with little success I decided to go down with a Yellow Dancer. Caught two, lost two and had several pulls. As the night closed in the fun really started. Between 9.30 and 10pm I caught a further 3 rainbows and one brown. Lost a further four fish and had at least 30 pulls on the fly without connecting.
    An excellent evening with a total of six hard fighting fish. This was my 7th visit to the Watch this season with an average catch of five fish.
    Excellent sport on a well managed and stocked fishery. Will be back next week.

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  22. had a great time on tuesday, windy but did get a couple off good fighting troot. will be back soon cheers.

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  23. Hi shaun I was just looking on you're website when I saw we could leave a note to say thanks for our lovely day at you're place we will see you again soon

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  24. Shaun - Great days fishing today 7th August - Our club members had all enjoyed the day and I am sure many of the OAP.section will be back mid week. Pristine trout and excellent facilities - keep up the good work!

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  25. Just thought I'd drop you a wee note to say how much I enjoyed my visit Saturday last (10th Aug). Fishing was a little difficult but a great challenge for me none the less. I had my 4 fish for 13lb 5oz and returned a further 4 Rainbows, 1 13" Brownie and a couple of small Perch.
    Successful patterns were Daddies, Sedgehogs and various CDCs.
    I will definitely be back soon.
    Thanks for making me so welcome.

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  26. I fished the watch on Tuesday 6th august and had the best day I have had there with a total of 21 fish. 17 rainbow, the biggest was 9.5 lb and 4 brown trout. I had an excellent day and will be back very soon. thanks guy :0)

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  27. Mr Shaun Twite good luck to you on your new venture at the watch..

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  28. Visited the Watch on Thur 2nd May. Weather was overcast, cool and with strong winds. Was a difficult day initially eventually found the fish 4-5ft down on a PTN. I've fished Watch for many years but and am loving the quality of fish, give it a go if you've not tried it. They fight superbly and are full finned silvery specimens. (see link if it works) http://i1131.photobucket.com/albums/m547/Aldo21t/Flies/DSCN02972.jpg

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  29. Gilmerton Miners club had a great day on 6 April. Everyone caught fish with some great specimens falling to lures, buzzers and nymphs.

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  30. Just to say it was worth fighting the cold on Sunday to land my biggest ever fish, not to mention my first brown at the same time. A beautiful 10lb brownie taken on a yellow dancer, great fight, bigger smile!

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  31. Fantastic opening day at the Watch plenty of big fish. Will be returning soon. Great to be back.

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  32. I have never fished the Watch but I know tons of people who do and they sing the praises of the place long and loud I cant make it to home Scotland this but I will be there next year so I will see you then
    Bobby
    troutandfly.co.uk

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  33. Hi There,

    Had a good day at the watch with 12 fish caught and released.

    I was out on the boat on my own and tried some lures for a while but no luck but as soon as I changed to dries I had steady fishing all day. I fished all over the Loch but probably right out in the middle was best.

    Small black hoppers were my best flies with a couple on a Shipmans.

    Another good day.

    Best Regards

    robbie

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  34. Visited the fishery today and had a smashing time. All day sporting ticket(c/r) and what a day it was.
    Had 10 trout to the net and a couple of them were in the 5lb range. All returned unharmed to fight another day. Great fishery, great facilities and most important great fighting fish. cheers
    Darren

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  35. Ive recently had my first visit to the Watch now under new management. Im very impressed and take my hat off to the new guy for addressing the ott attitude of some anglers whilst on catch/release. Has the art of fly fishing gone out the window, or has it became a numbers game where if you dont catch 20 or more its been a crap day. Good on the new guy for making a stand, and ill be back for sure as will many others now. keep up the good work and all the best with the Watch Water

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  36. 5th April 2012 Snow is melting in the tops of Lammermuirs and the loch is now completely free. The morning was very cold and a moderate westerly wind added to the wind chill. Half-heartedly searched the northerly bank but saw nothing move and I blanked. During the lunch break the wind dropped a bit I saw some fish moving at the dam so went there for the afternoon and had continuous sport ... lost count after releasing more than 25 fish!!

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  37. Well Bill, that was the best day's sport I have had anywhere. I have been to many an opening day but last Saturday was by far the best. Loads of fish being caught in the top four foot of water. If this is a preview of the rest of the season, bring it on. Eye Water are up twice this year but hopefully I will be up for the summer league and maybe a few in between.

    Excellent work.

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  38. cant wait till u open 4 the new season

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  39. Great day today Wednesday 31 August. My sons last day before going back to Uni and we shared a boat and enjoyed non stop action. along with the fishing we enjoyed Ospreys,grouse,geese,duck and beautiful peaceful surroundings we will be back.

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  40. I shared a boat with Steve Ashton on Saturday 13th August 2011, what a great day it was, the fish were really switched on to the heather flies and anything black on the surface caught fish. Hope the heather flies stay on for a while so that we can again enjoy some fantastic sport over the next few weeks.

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  41. Was up today, just catch & release, managed 7 on orange nomad and mini yellow dancer smallest around 4lb largest between 7-8 lb.. My mate also managed 5 on various lures largest was around 6-7lb also he lost what looked like a double figure.... We got snapped a few times also and plenty pulls .. Great fishing defo be coming back.

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  42. Friday 24th June,an evening session.
    A fairly blustery cool breeze blowing into the dam made for quite difficult casting & not too many rising fish.A floater with a goldhead on the point & a snatcher on the dropper & we were in business.An excellent nights fishing finished off with a 10lb+ beauty.
    Excellent fishing

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  43. We came over for the first time this year and were not dissapointed,we started at 2pm and it had been raining most of the morning anyway we went out and started getting fish straight away we only stayed on till about 6 with plenty fish caught,yet again the watch never failled to deliver despite the adverse weather,we will be back on the 9th july...

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  44. All the members of the Schlumberger team fishing on Saturday 21st of May want to thank the management for a excellent days fishing on the watch fishery,We were impressed with the facilities and the head of fish seen and also caught for such a large reservoir. Its not every day all our angling team all catch fish. We will be back again.

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  45. Out on the boat for the first time this year with my friend Peter.{29/4/11}.We are both surface fishermen with little time for lures.Due to a strong wind after 1 hour on top with only one small Brownie we relented and went under.Great sport with 9 rainbows 2 browns in 3 hours plus numerous perch.Looking forward to our next visit. Great Days Fishing Freddy

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  46. Hi There,

    I had my first day out in a boat on the Watch earlier this week.

    Despite very difficult conditions with a very cold and blustery east wind coupled with day long bright sunshine my partner Mark Howard and I managed 14 fish to the boat.
    We also had numerous pulls and a few long and short range releases on the barbless hooks.

    It was nice to see the new relaxed rules for the boat fishing and great to have our heavy batteries etc. transported up and down from the jetty.

    The fish were all fighting well and we had a mixture of over wintered fish and new stockies in a range of sizes. Quite a few of the natural brown trout were showing but they were too fast for us this early in the season…… :-)

    All in all another great day and the bank anglers appeared to be doing even better than us and this was confirmed at the end of the day with more than a few scores into double figures.

    The New Watch continues to improve and is a great asset to the area.

    Best Regards

    robbie

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  47. The club had a great day out on 2/4/2011 despite strong winds. Everyone caught fish and most of the members had full bags. Some great fish released after reaching limits - all in A1 condition.
    Lures, buzzers and nymphs all produced results.
    Thanks
    Gilmerton Miners Fly Fishing Club

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  48. Hi Bill, Can i say a big thank you from the SDFFA For allowing us to use the Watch for our Fundrasier which we all appreicated it very much and we raised £682 Sponsorship money for the Disabled team many thanks again
    Kind Regards Jim Curry

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  49. Out on the boat for 4 hours with my friend Peter on Friday 15th Oct. Great days fishing had 10 between us 9 rainbows and one good sized brown. Largest fish 6lbs. All taken on top.

    Fantastic days fishing

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  50. Bill
    You have got a winner here. Great days fishing, even the small ones fight like Trojans

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  51. Hi All, Fished the New Watch for the first time today, and had a fantastic time. The fishery set in some simply stunning countryside. Fish were rising all over and i was surprised by the ammount of natural brownies in the water. The fishery manager went out his way to offer advice and look after us today, top marks go to this fishery and i will definatley be back.

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  52. Hi There,

    I have had two days at the Watch in the last week and they were both superb although different.

    I fished last Thursday with Mark Howard and it was non stop action on the Dries from start to finish.

    I fished very small flies and got well ahead of Mark at the start of the day but his bigger flies came to the fore in the afternoon. The weather was perfect for fishing all day.

    We ended up with hatful of fish netted for each of us but with many more fish slashing and rising at our flies. So it was all go all day. Mark had the two biggest fish of the day with one around six pounds and another around ten pounds.

    I fished myself yesterday and the day was different but I once again had a fabulous day.

    The first two fish of my day would have been around five and seven pounds and I had another two in the first hour.

    Then with the bright sunshine the fishing tailed off with just a few of the small natural Browns giving my flies an inspection. A change down to a four weight rod, fine nylon and flies produced a couple of fish but they took for ever to bring in on the light tackle……….

    A trip down to the far end where the stream runs in produced a Rainbow and a Brown but the action was fairly limited compared to previous days.

    However around 14.30 hrs. the cloud started to build and the Rainbows came up.

    At first it was mainly Blue Trout and then more Rainbows.

    The day ended up with a real flurry of fish and at one stage three in three casts.

    The transformation of this fishery is amazing.

    I would recommend the boat fishing as the Watch has always been a top of the water fishery and is more so now with all the extra fish. Most of the fly life seems to be terrestrial and the fish just cruise around looking for anything small and black. CDC F Flies in size 16 and 18 worked in the morning and size 14 Hoppers in the afternoon. Make sure your flies are sitting low in the water and do not worry if you cannot see them….. The fish can!

    I really do recommend the boats but obviously you have to pick your day weather wise.

    Best Regards

    robbie


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  53. Hi There,

    I fished the Watch yesterday with Mark Howard and it was another amazing days fishing.

    The weather conditions were borderline perfect despite a horrendous forecast earlier in the week.

    I sometimes think the BBC forecast is only concerned with the Blue Peter Garden!

    Anyway back to the fishing......we both fished dry flies all day and had well
    over a hundred offers during the day. Obviously they all did not connect but
    at least 25% did so it was non stop action all day.

    I am personally not into big fish so I left that to Mark........ :-)

    He had one at around Six Pounds..... and one that was either side of Ten Pounds.......!

    Best flies were Shipmans Buzzers in Black and Hares Earin size 18. Moley F Flies size 21 and Klinhammer style in a Fiery Brown and Hares Ear in a size 14.

    All in all another fantastic days fishing.

    Best Regards

    robbie

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  54. just to say me and my mate rob fished thursday for the first time and had a great day, the fishery is superb and we will be back very soon , . nice one bill

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  55. Great place ive fished up there three times since opening day and have had fine sport on each occasion.the weather is crazy but its worth it!! well done to bill and the team i look folward to coming back

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  56. Another great day at the Watch.
    25 fish to the boat and umteen missed.
    I will be back as soon as I can.

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  57. fished the watch this morning for the first time in years,can't believe the diffrence since last time,fish rising freely to the dry.caught loads of fully finned hard fighting fish on cdc,bibio,hoppers etc.excellent facilities and very helpfull and friendly staff,very well done to all concerned,what a transformation.
    b back soon.

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  58. Another fantastic day of dry fly fishing at the Watch.

    Lots of action in addition to many many fish netted. In fact I think if they took the fish out the water would go down six feet!

    It really is the "NEW" Watch Fishery.

    Best Regards

    robbie

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  59. Fished the watch today with my son calum.Tricky conditions strong northerly wind and sun,still managed 27 fish between us and a load of takes missed by the youngster.Calum landed biggest fish out of me and his grandad so he is well chuffed.Staff very friendly and helpfull and fishing outstanding.What more could you ask for?

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  60. Hi There

    I fished at the Watch today. My only disappointment was my sandwiches!

    Ham and cheese failed to cut it.

    In fact I would have needed Champagne and Lobster Tails to match the fishing as it was that good.

    The fish were already rising as I pulled over the hill and the fishery came into sight.

    I was met by a friendly welcome and it was good to see the place had been tidied up and the lodge given a lick of paint inside out. The crowning glory for me though was the fleet of new boats.

    With the fish rising steadily I was itching to get out and after loading the boat up I motored gently out to the middle to tackle up. I decided on a Mid Glass and Dries as a hedged bet.

    The plan was to let the dries sit for about 30 seconds or so and then nymph them back.

    The first four of five casts did not produce anything but on the next one a large fish launched itself at the point dry and then proceeded to go mental. A few minutes later with the boat turned right round a five pound Rainbow slid into the net.

    The next hour was amazing as fish after fish had a go at the dries just after they hit the surface.
    I only had one fish nymphing back but the action was so intense I could not get the intermediate off and a floater on!

    Anyway the action did slow down a tad but I still ended up with a cricket score and one of my best ever Stillwater days fishing. And I have had a few…….

    Some of the fish were from the funny farm as they just went mental went you lifted into them and at least 30% were ex RAF as they just went airborne with some of the highest jumping fish I have ever seen.

    There was a good mixture of Blues and Rainbows and one Brown The sizes were also varied with three or four, five pounders and a few fish around a pound and a half with majority between two and three pounds.

    A good variety so you did not know what was coming next.

    The bank anglers were also catching steadily but it was the boats that were on fire.

    All in all a fantastic day afloat.

    The “New” Watch Fishery.........…I commend it to the house!

    Best Regards

    robbie

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  61. 16/06/2010
    Another fantastic day at the Watch. 25 fish to the boat.
    Cant wait to go back.
    Thanks Billy.

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  62. Excellent day's fishing yesterday 10th June,top of the water sport,Fantastic.

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  63. We had the best days fishing at the Watch in 20 years and I can`t wait to go back. Well done Billy.

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  64. Gr8 place.had a gr8 day lst week.Will definetely b bk soon,plenty action cheers

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  65. great day on opening day fishing was superb
    thanks again for a good days sport

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  66. Good to meet you on Thursday Bill. The Watch is looking good. Good luck with the new venture. The North Berwick 5 will be bank fishing next Wednesday.

    Regards

    Brian

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  67. Just sorry you open the day we travel back to Northampton after a weeks fishing in Scotland.
    Love the place and can\'t wait now until 2011!

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  68. all the best for the new place will be up for a days sesh

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  69. All the best for your venture Bill from all at Eye Water. I will try and get a few for opening day.

    Willie

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  70. This water is one of my favouites and I cant wait to wet a line there soon and with Bills proven track record and enthusistic personality im sure it will remain a very popular venue to visit.

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  71. Awrite lads, like the new setup, hope all works out, i\'ll be down soon for a few chucks.


    scott

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  72. Looks cracking Bill, Will defo be having a few chucks at some point this year.
    Good luck with this venture hope it all works out.

    The website is excellent!!

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  73. 1t really looks like my kind of place
    good luck with it Bill
    bobby

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  74. Looks good Bill, just a nice size, not small but not to big. Looking forward to giving it a go.

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  75. Looks like my kind of place lads although im a wee bit away i will certanaly be down for a bash once your up and running .

    All the best for your future venture ..

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