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Spring Fishing in Scotland

April 11, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“It’s all about timing and the delivery of a line in that period, usually very brief at this stage of the year, when flies are hatching. A little cunning skill is obviously useful, and luck is a vital ingredient that I like to enjoy in large measure.” The columnist for The Scotsman includes a quick review of Lesley Crawford’s new Trout Talk (Swan Hill Press) in his thoughts on early-season fishing.