Salmon Netting Events

Returning-Tagged-Fish-1Tweed Foundation has just announced dates for April and May at Paxton House.

Learn more about the netting of fish and the tagging procedure that The Tweed Foundation undertakes before releasing the Salmon and Sea-trout caught to continue their journey upstream.

Dates in April 2017

Monday 10th Commencing 13.10 Hrs

Tuesday 11th Commencing 13.45 Hrs

Wednesday 12th Commencing 14.30 Hrs

Thursday 13th Commencing 15.00 Hrs

Monday 24th Commencing 11.45 Hrs

Dates in May 2017

Monday 8th Commencing 12.05 Hrs

Tuesday 9th Commencing 12.45 Hrs

Wednesday 10th Commencing 13.20 Hrs

Thursday 11th Commencing 14.00 Hrs

Monday 15th Commencing 14.10 Hrs

Tuesday 23rd Commencing 11.10 Hrs

Wednesday 24th Commencing 12.00 Hrs

Thursday 25th Commencing 12.00 Hrs

Sessions last around 2 – 3 hours depending on tides, water conditions and catches.


* Normal entry charges to Paxton House and grounds apply.
* The netting can only take place if the water level is 1ft 6″ (48cms) or less on the Norham gauge.
* In extremely hot weather it may not be possible to undertake this work. Please check with The Foundation at least 24 hours beforehand if you are planning to come to Paxton specifically to see the netting taking place. Office Tel: 01896 848271

Information courtesy of the Tweed Foundation – read more.

Content courtesy of Tweed Foundation. 

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