Fly Fishing at Antermony Loch
Antermony Loch is at the foot of the Campsie Hills between Milton of Campsie and Inchterf. The Loch is home to a variety of wildlife: water hen, coots, swans, ducks, kingfishers, bats and - to our dismay - the occasional cormorant. It is not uncommon to be fishing with ospreys and other birds of prey circling overhead. The loch is stocked on a regular basis mainly with brown trout and a few hundred rainbows in the high summer. New members are welcome. Please contact us for further details.
It’s been a while since there was a post on the website, but Roger has prepared the following advice for new members and I thought it was well worth sharing, for members old and new alike. NEW MEMBERS INTRODUCTION TO THE CLUB –27.2.22 Introduction: If available, watch the new Members video; a list of new member mentors is Read more about Advice for new members[…]
It’s been a while since we provided an update that wasn’t a brief announcement on Twitter, but with last season disrupted due to the global pandemic, and this close season feeling like the longest on record, it didn’t feel like we had much good news to share. However, with the promise of spring very much Read more about Boats Out 2021[…]
Cracking night on the Lake of Menteith for the Doo Cup 2020, albeit not a great many fish caught. Very well done to Adam Turner, winner. Nice fishing in tough conditions.
Pat and Archie Ure are among the eldest members of the Caurnie AC. The couple, who are in their 90s, took advantage of decent weather for a rare visit to the loch this morning. Unfortunately although they blanked this time, they informed us they had caught five during their previous visit.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and the instructions by the U.K. Government for everyone to stay at home, the Loch will be closed immediately, and for the duration of the lockdown. I hope members understand why this is the only sensible course of action.
Season 2020 got off to a fine start on Sunday 15th March with rolls and square sausage and bacon courtesy of our resident Michelin-starred chefs. The weather was predictably foul: far too windy and cold. A few brave hardy (read:mad) souls ventured out in boats, while others set up their tackle, blethered for hours and Read more about Start of the new season 2020[…]
I was reminded that our President, Jim, was not the only club member to win their first cap for Scotland this year. Rising star Jake Humes also was awarded his first cap for Scotland at the 35th Youth International held at the Lake of Menteith on 31 July 2019. Not only did he win his Read more about First Youth International Cap for Jake Humes[…]
Last month, on the 20th September 2019, the 2019 Autumn International was held at the Lake of Menteith fishery. Our very own Jim Twaddle, Club President, gained his first cap for Scotland. Not every angling club can ever boast a current international in their ranks, so it was an auspicious occasion both for Jim himself Read more about First National Cap for Jim Twaddle[…]
The curtain came down on the brown trout season yesterday, Sunday 6th October 2019. Club President Jim Twaddle headed out to the loch for the last cast of the season yesterday and although the weather started off predictably windy and cold, after a few cups of tea the wind relented and he was joined by Read more about End of the 2019 season[…]