The Tweed Trophy

trophyFin and Game will be sponsoring the Tweed Trophy for the 2019. The trophy will be awarded to the angler who catches the first Spring salmon of the season on the River Tweed.


The Tweed Trophy is historic on the grounds that it is the very first curved fish Jason Sweeny ever made and thus was a milestone for many others. It is made of 316 stainless steel and totally hand beaten. The date, name of the rod, boatman and beat are all hand engraved on to the actual fish leaving a permanent record of a local tradition which started in 2007 – read more.

In order to claim the prize, you must have photographic evidence of the catch and one other witness of your fish. You must then contact the team at Fin and Game who will note your entry. Either by email:, phone: 01573 224066 ot text message: 07545036877. Once the catch has been confirmed Fin and Game will then arrange a presentation of The Tweed Trophy to the successful angler in our store in Kelso. The successful winner will also be presented with a goodie back from Fin and Game with some great fishing must haves – read more.

To celebrate the first day of the 2019 Tweed salmon season Fin and Game would like to invite you and your friends to join them in their Kelso store on Friday 1st February from 5-8pm for drinks and nibbles. There will also be a raffle with some excellent prizes to kick off the season.

36-38 Bridge Street, Kelso, Scottish Borders, TD5 7JD
Telephone 01573 224066


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