Fishing Lomond

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This book is a narrative of game fishing in Scotland’s world famous loch and it's associated rivers Leven, Endrick and Fruin. The author has fished these waters for forty years and considers this to have been one of his life’s great privileges.

The book gives insight to the lochs remarkable angling history for the last century, and chronicles stories of its most famous anglers with accounts of catches made during the halcyon days on the vast water which is Lomond.

The author reminisces along the way about his experiences on the loch and its rivers, with great stories of worthies encountered and mention of characters who have fished the hallowed waters such as Billy Connolly who was a member of the Loch Lomond Angling Improvement Association and fished its waters for a number of years. He is on record as saying he wishes to be buried on the bonnie banks.

The islands, which set Lomond apart from the other great lochs in Scotland, are individually described in detail with photographs or fine sketches of them. There is information of where and how to fish the waters around these iconic Lomond islands, but with realism that the loch in particular remains one of anglings greatest challenges.

The three main fishing rivers Leven, Endrick and Fruin are dealt with in separate chapters and the author demonstrates intimate knowledge of these rivers with first hand detailed accounts of fishing them. Although the book is of particular local interest, it has relevance for any angler who fishes in Scotland’s rivers and lochs for salmon and sea trout.

Buy the book...

£17.99 plus postage

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Dick Dickson has fished throughout Scotland but for the past 40 years has spent most of his fishing time on Loch Lomond and it’s rivers. Since retiring he has been the angling columnist for the Lennox Herald,  West Dunbartonshire's best selling local newspaper. His 'Angling Angle' column has been published weekly during each fishing season for seven years, with in excess of 200 articles written about fishing in the Lomond system. Dick also contributes monthly to the national 'Trout and Salmon Magazine', with reports about the fishing on Lomond and its rivers.

Hardback -20 chapters - 260 pages; book dimension - 235 mm x 160 mm

'This is everything you need to know about fishing in the iconic Lomond sysytem. A gem!' - Bill Heaney




The Book Launch will be at the Vale of Leven Angling Club - Thursday the 23rd May - 7pm


There will be entertainment and

Dick will be on hand to sign first edition copies...