|Trio 111 skipperd by John Keggie
After 6 seasons in Shetland I'm now re-locating to Eyemouth on the Berwickshire coast for part of the season. I want to spend more time at home. The challenge of fishing from Eyemouth, an area i spent 10 years fishing as a youngster is something I'm really looking forward too. Many good marks & wrecks lie offshore and are waiting to be explored.
Trio will be available for charter for a limited period in Shetland in 2017. During July & August when the fishing and weather are best i will be available on the following dates for Monday to Thursday or Friday to Sunday. Dates are going fast so if you want to sample the best fishing available you will need to contact me soon.
Eyemouth 2016 dates as follows:
- November 19/20....26/27....December 3/4... 10/11.. 6 hours £390...then £60 per additional hour.
Dates available for Shetland 2017 as follows:
- July 17th to 19th
- August 11/12/13 ( 4 places)
- August 21st to 24th
- August 25/26/27
- August 28th to 31st
- Sept 4th to 7th
- Sept 8/9/10
Trio will be available for whole boat charter on limited winter dates and from May 20th 2017 to July 9th.. For further details please call 07793120958.
Dates still available in Shetland 2016 as follows:
To discuss a possible trip or just to find out more about the fishing feel free to give me a call or email
- August 27th/28th 2 places
- August 29th/30th 3 places
- Sept 5/6/7 whole boat or small groups with Bed & Breakfast
email@example.com or 07793120958
To book a trip call John on 07793120958
Since we started fishing in Shetland 6 years ago we can proudly claim to have put Scottish Sea angling back at the forefront of Angling in the UK, and we would also claim we can give Norway a good run in the Cod fishing any day.
We now hold the Scottish record for turbot at over 31 lbs, torsk over 17 lbs and coalfish over 32 lbs. We regularly
land and return cod over 30 lbs, and have had ling every season at over 50 lbs, add in, haddock to 10 lbs and hake at 22 lbs, angler fish at 22 lbs and you start to get a picture that Shetland is the place for big fish, this is true, but it is also the venue for large catches