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Joined: 19 Mar 2007, 22:03
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drove passed libo today and the railway have put up 9ft metal fencing on the railway side they havent finished yet looks like its going all the way along that side keep the daftes away

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01 Feb 2009, 15:02
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what about access :?: any gates being put in

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01 Feb 2009, 17:33
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looks like the ownly way across is at the railway crossing now

plus the garage has open again
into a snack bar

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01 Feb 2009, 18:30
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certainly hope it stops the dafties snak bar sounds good too


09 Feb 2009, 00:37
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Yes its a good addition to Libo...looks like a sturdy bit of fencing too....went up yesterday and someone had disposed of a dead pit bull next to the lake in a bag...I removed the dog from near any access. Hope the fencing lasts up there. Good to see the access being through the proper crossing points.

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16 Feb 2009, 08:47
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Hello peeps,

I've stayed in Uplawmoor for the last 14 years and spent about 5 years on the loch. great water and a great place to fish. The carp are great, the tench are plentifull. The only letdown was always the access. I could walk down from the house, (a couple down from Ian McV). It might be an idea to talk to the Golf course and see if you can park there.

Don't know however if you would want to leave your gear for that length of time (bout a 10 minute walk) but you can get easy access to the lock from there. Bit of a walk mind you. There is also still the lane at the end of the street, (Libo Avenue) within a short walk from the layby. The chap there is a bit of a nugget, but can't stop you parking there. Should take about 5 minutes to drive there after dropping your gear off. Then a straight 2 minute walk through the woods to the loch. Safer than parking in the layby.

I'll be joining hopefully soon so see you al there.


19 Mar 2009, 21:22
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Alright Jamie. Havn't been up there for a couple of weeks. Any further down the roadside with that fencing yet?

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23 Mar 2009, 20:01
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