River Guardian Receives 2018 Tweed Forum River Champion Award

River Guardian Receives 2018 Tweed Forum River Champion AwardEric Hastings (69), a recently-retired river guardian from Drygrange who has dedicated his life to protecting the river Tweed, has been chosen as the winner of the 2018 Tweed Forum River Champion Award. Continue reading

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Ladykirk Special Offer

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The owner of one of the most famous beats on the Lower Tweed has reduced the price to fish in October from £195 to £145 +vat for the first 2 weeks.

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Syndicate Horncliffe Beat

30652861_1641149925932211_8837501485402753459_nHorncliffe beat is now offering a small syndicate from May until the end of July. £250 + vat for a day per week. (Saturday rods £300+ vat). 2 rods per day will be available. If you wish to join please call Tom at FishPal 01573 470612. Continue reading

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Bemersyde Trophy

P1010188The Presentation for the Bemersyde Trophies took place at Bemersyde House on Thursday 5th April 2018 hosted by Lady Haig. The awards are given out each season for the best fish caught on the Tweed. Continue reading

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Good News For Tweed Salmon

12417567_758040527631135_3633190306089875435_nThe River Tweed Commission is very pleased that the Environment Agency is following international best practice and calling a halt to mixed stock fisheries.

Recent genetic testing work on Salmon has Continue reading

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Prime September Week

A prime September week for 6 rods is now available and perfect for a party of anglers wishing to fish this exclusive beat.

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Tweed Grilse Run

Screen Shot 2014-10-09 at 15.45.44Whilst Summer fishing has produced some good numbers of salmon on Tweed, the Tweed Foundation’s senior Biologist, Dr Ronald Campbell has said “the river has seen fewer grilse this season.”

Fisheries Management Scotland have just issued an advice note on grilse. Continue reading

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