Rushed out late this evening forgetting the camera so had to revert to the telephone, please forgive the poor quality of the photographs. You might enjoy this peep at a very fish-filled spot. Some of the places where the fish rise here are very difficult indeed to get the drift just right. Others are much, much easier than they appear to be at first glance.
Amazingly they are not hard places to present the fly into. This was only discovered by ignoring what appeared to be great potential for drag whipping the fly out like a trick water skier going for speed across the water and simply having a try. All that is needed is to throw a long leader abruptly up the gap between the islands so that it falls in a pile, rather than turning over nicely. The fly drifts naturally for several seconds and the rising trout will eat it if the fly seems to be the same as the real flies it has already been snaffling. To present to the fish at the right hand X all that is needed is the same overpunched out cast but this time cast to the right hand edge of the gap so the leader again falls in a similar pile and gives a similar several seconds drift before it is dragged away.
Here are the results.
PPS. Both returned whence they came with no problems.
Ironically, some of the nearer places in this pool are much more difficult to fish than these two "X marks the spot" places...