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#1 12 Apr 2015 9:53 am

DerekD
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Registered: 12 Aug 2013
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Lutra Laker on Loch Lomond

Heading up Loch Lomond to the islands.
The islands aren't very clear in this photo but that little light strip at the foot of Ben Lomond is actually an island beach.
A nice spot for lunch
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Last edited by DerekD (19 Apr 2015 5:52 pm)

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#2 23 Jun 2015 7:23 pm

Hallas
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Registered: 27 Jul 2013
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Re: Lutra Laker on Loch Lomond

Hi Derek

Like your Lutra Laker. I have been using my Lutra Laker (Filthy Oar)on loch Lomond since start of last year, but  I am intrigued by the photos of the slip way that you use. I normally launch from the Luss side but not as good access as I would like.

I will keep my eyes open for you and the Inchin Aboot in the coming months.

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#3 23 Jun 2015 7:53 pm

DerekD
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Re: Lutra Laker on Loch Lomond

I use the Duncan Mills slipway as its only 5 minutes from home.
I find it easier to launch and recover there rather than fighting the current of the river Leven at the free slipway in Balloch which also quickly descends into chaos on busy days.
I'll keep a lookout for your filthy oar when I'm oot inchin aboot

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#4 25 Jun 2015 6:34 pm

Hallas
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Re: Lutra Laker on Loch Lomond

Thanks for that information Duncan , just had a look on the infonet.

I am a bit further afield, across in Rosyth Fife.

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#5 25 Jun 2015 6:35 pm

Hallas
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Re: Lutra Laker on Loch Lomond

Apologies Derek, slip of the typing. results of a long 12 hour shift.

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