Tac­tics key at Tur­riff venue

Evening Express (Extra Edition) - - SPORT -

DEL­GATIE CAS­TLE: This past week has been quite dif­fi­cult for an­glers at the Tur­riff fish­ery with the fish up and down through the wa­ter col­umn and the ne­ces­sity to change lines and end tackle to meet these de­mands. Dry fly ac­tiv­ity has been quite low with most catches be­ing re­warded im­me­di­ately sub sur­face on wet flies and buzzers or at greater depths on var­i­ous lures. How­ever, de­spite the con­di­tions, cred­itable per­for­mances were achieved. Best catches over the week were recorded by A Mur­ray, of Gar­den­stown, who had 27 on a Cat’s Whisker, while S Con­lan, of Stu­ar­t­field, tempted 11 with a blood­worm. M James, of Lan­caster, brought to the net 14 while fish an olive nymph and L David­son, of Mac­duff, landed seven on a Cor­morant. N Thom­son, of Tur­riff, also had seven, this time on buzzers. C Field, of Fraserburgh, had six on a spi­der pat­tern and E Quirie, of Tur­riff, six on buzzers.

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