Rent A Cottage In Scotland

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Scottish Guddling

Scottish Guddling. To guddle for trout: First you need a shady hillside burn. A good sized one. One with a good flow of water. One with good sized boulders in it and with water about knee deep. Under the ledges of these boulders are where trout lay. You can scan the water for ages and not see a thing but they're there. They're shielded from over-flying predator birds that would scoop them up in a heartbeat. As they lay under the ledges of the boulders they're always facing upstream. As a morsel comes down with the current they dart out to get it and as quickly return to their hiding places. Read More.

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