Berwick & District Angling Association are offering a discount on 2017 salmon season permits purchased before 15th March.
The association have several miles of fly only water on the Lower Whiteadder, commencing above Allanton Bridge near Chirnside down to Paxton near Berwick upon Tweed. The water is divided into six beats with prime fishing for salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout.
The Association water runs over limestone ridges, through meadows and wooded valleys before meeting the Tweed about half a mile above Berwick upon Tweed. Across their six beats the water offers perfect resting places for fish, along with some deep holes and fast streamy water.
With the removal of estuary, coastal nets and many of the river obstructions. The Whiteadder’s spring run of salmon has improved greatly over the past few years.
The first fish of the Tweed season was caught on the Whiteadder on February 1st 2017.
From the end of May there is some fantastic sea trout fishing at night. The traditional main run of salmon is from September onwards when the bigger slow moving fish enter the river. This is when lower beats on the river come into their own.
When Tweed is un-fishable the River Whiteadder is an excellent standby, perfect for visiting anglers who dont want to lose days during your fishing trip.
The Berwick & District Angling Association exists to promote the sport of angling on the Whiteadder. The club is friendly and always willing to help you make your visit to their water a memorable experience.
Salmon season salmon permit £160 per season – reduced to £130 until March 15th, 2017.
Please contact club secetary Dave Cowan on 01289 306985
Tom Carter FishPal 01573 470612