Fishing Tackle Shops in Western Isles

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Scotty’s Fishing Tackle, 25 Southwick Square, Brighton, BN42 4FP
Tel. 01273 592903

Fishing Tackle Shops Western Isles

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Covering the following areas in Western Isles: Castlebay, Harris, Isle Of Benbecula, Isle Of Lewis, Isle Of Scalpay, Leverburgh, Lochboisdale, Lochmaddy, Stornoway

Fishing Tackle Shops in  Western Isles

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You will find short extracts from Amazing Fishing Stories on each of our directory pages. There is a link to buy the book on our book page.

Short Extract

Fizzy drinks and fruit seem a strange recipe for catching one of the world’s hardest fighting, most acrobatic fish – but they worked their magic for one fortunate fisherman.
y the time Colin reached his 50th birthday, he was a wellrespected member of Wiltshire’s Salisbury fishing society in the
UK. Working in a tackle dealer’s shop in the city centre, and a well-known angler around Wiltshire and Hampshire coarse and trout fisheries, he reached his half-century as a highly popular, jovial soul who knew as much as most about

A heavy weight sank into David’s guts. ‘A ghost? Whose flipping ghost?’
‘If it’s who I think it was, he was a guy called Herbert Tattershall, who used to fish this beat for sea trout years ago.’
David stared at him. ‘So how did he die?’
‘He drowned. It had been raining up in the headwaters, apparently, but not down this far, so the theory was that the river came up without him really noticing it in the dark. When he stepped off the bank into the neck of the Meadow to start fishing, he was swept away. He was nearly 70, so he just wasn’t strong enough to

Once loaded up, Herr Schmidt once again sat in the bows like some great Norse chieftain, the peat bag and content safely stowed under his seat. Patrick manoeuvred the boat slowly away from the island, but the more he increased the throttle and the bows lifted up, the more the peat bag slid astern. Once past the toe of the island, he opened up the outboard full tilt and the bag slid serenely towards him and came to rest against a deck board, quietly tipping over to one side.
He suddenly saw his chance and, while Herr Schmidt looked ashore, firmly clutching the

Full List of areas covered on our Western Isles Fishing Tackle Shops Directory:

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