Situated in the village of Norham just a stone’s throw from the River Tweed, Belvedere offers country comforts and all the charm of village life. The ruins of Norham Castle form a historic backdrop to the 1.5-mile Pedwell Beat, with Ladykirk, Canny and Gliddeyhaugh beats all nearby and other prime bottom and lower Tweed beats within easy reach of the cottage. Continue reading
River Tweed caught 6,814 salmon last season and 2,668 sea-trout. Continue reading
The river Tweed season started on Saturday, 1st February, with anglers gathering at Pedwell Landing for the blessing of the river and service of prayers by Reverend Rob Kelsey, Vicar of Norham. Then it was off to the Masons Arms for bacon rolls and hot drinks which was very much appreciated as the day was cold and very windy. Continue reading
Tiptoe fishing on the River Till is approximately two miles upstream from the junction of Tweed at Tillmouth. The beat starts to fish from May onwards with sea trout fishing particularly good from early Summer into early Autumn. There is a healthy natural stock of brown trout and grayling. The beat fishes best for salmon when the water is above Continue reading
Mark Cockburn with Tweed Director Fay Hieatt
FishPal gave cheques to the Tweed Foundation and Tweed Forum yesterday. Continue reading
As we welcome the new year, we can reflect on a very positive 2019 fishing season at Milne Graden.
We have just about achieved our five year average in terms of fish caught and currently sit at 119 for the season.
Lemon & Thyme is an award winning fine dining restaurant located in Kelso serving cuisine created with local produce and inspired by international flavours. Signature dishes include seafood and game, with daily specials offering seasonal favourites. Continue reading
A rare opportunity for some Autumn fishing on a prime beat on the River Tweed. Continue reading
Tweed’s fame as a salmon river has meant that it has often been ignored for its other types of fishing. This is quite wrong, as both its brown trout and sea trout fishing are excellent and too often underestimated. Continue reading