Tom and I spent a few hours on the Lake on Sunday. As we left the shore, we counted 13 boats in Reedy Bay, so we headed for Kate's Brae! Fish were not forthcoming, so we continued round the south shore past the Tod Hole where we each had a dram and a fish, Tom's on the trusty Dancer and mine on a cat booby. Tom lost a pike when the fish chewed through his dropper (no, it was not my knot that failed, Tom!!) As we moved to the Butts, Tom took another fish and as the wind got up I moved a couple of fish, but couldn't get them to take. Tried long range C&R on the Malling Shore reeds before taking shelter in the Heronry. We each lost a fish and I had a couple of other pulls. We braved the wind again in Portmore Bay, but decided that we were cold enough for one day and ran for the lodge. With 3 fish between us we reckoned it had been a hard day, only to discover that the Scottish Disabled Champs had seen 59 fish caught by 24 anglers (unconfirmed figures). The Champion had 18 fish on buzzers in Hotel Bay, so it's obvious we have lots to learn. Despite the cold, blustery wind, we had a good day out and it's better than sitting in the house. Thanks for your company, Tom.