Central Scotland Kayak Anglers was created some years ago , it is a Facebook page where kayak fishers can share , enjoy and participate in multitudes of events organised throughout the year . Facebook unable us to stay in contact with each other and to this day we can organise trips efficiently .Today we are off to Oban , Oban is rich with attractions for tourists, from the dramatic scenery of the coast and mountains to the fascinating histories of the local castles and ancient religious sites . We have 5 contestant for this exciting adventure .We arrived early evening and the sea looked inviting . New Ronnie , I said new because he only started a few weeks ago followed me on a night mission . We paddled out following the rugged coastline and trolling a set of feathers I was soon into early sport , a couple of juvenile pollock or saith came to light . We paddled further out and tied on the massive buoys .Ronnie caught his very first dog fish and then a spurdog . Spurdog are related to the shark family and they hunt in pack . I baited my hook with freshly caught mackerel and hooked and released three spurs , great fun considering we were in near total darkness . Headlamps on we carried on till midnight and paddled back to our kip . Next morning , the five of us headed back out there , the sea looked calm and the weather relatively dry . Again we fished close tied on the massive buoy and catching the bait was merciless . Mackerel of all sizes and also whiting , we were all busy catching . Ronnie however started to rock the boat .After a fierce battle that double figure spurdog eventually reached the surface and grabbing the three foot long shark was not easy (very first one ) , so much so the leader gave way and the fish escaped . No picture trophy for this one but after a good dose of rain lashing , lasting all morning Ronnie was playing again , and this time a good dark looking Spurdog was ready for his picture taking .We enjoyed most of the morning and then the weather turned nasty , Summer in Scotland and temperature struggling 11C . At that time we were all soaked and cold and made a dash back to shore .Changing from wet to dry , packing the gears , kayak and so and driving back home was the real challenge . And then the two hours drive home , should have been two hours but this turned into a five hours scenic tour of Argyll after a serious road accident .Glad to say it could have been much worse and I wish those involved a quick recovery . Life goes on and so the next kayak fishing adventure .Tight lines all .