Beat reports

The beat reports updated from the beats themselves this week are:-

Head Boatman at Tillmouth Willy Elliot reports on Friday 4th October:

“The river levels are getting low again but there is rain in the catchment today and this should improve the fishing. There are still plenty of fish in the pools and with the low water we have been catching on floating lines with small flies such as Cascades and Wilie Gunns. With the extra water on… read more

Lower Pavilion’s Mick Charlton wrote on 2nd Oct:-

Hi All, well that’s more like it! decent fishing at last. First fish of the month went to Mr Andy Johnson. Then we had a small spate which brought us some fish, and we were off! Mr S Fielding got one from Megs on his trusty Junction shrimp on the 9th. The next day Mr M Black had a brace on a st clemence drainer from the Boat Shiel, and Mr D Mcreath had one from the Beech Tree. The following day and Mr R Borras had one from the Whirls on a red francis, and
followed this with….. read more

Hawick Angling Club updated on 2nd Oct:-

The Brown Trout season is over for another year. The cold spring then the very hot summer both contributed to a challenging season. The same conditions applied to the lochs with the same effect. Barnes loch produced one or two nice fish in the last week so this bodes well for next year. Acreknowe and Williestruther … read more

 

and on the 1st October Bemersyde’s

The Farr Side reported after a successful syndicate rod dinner and Mr. Farr’s 50th birthday bash. Hope all recovered well, looks like a great time was had by all.

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