Head Boatman Required Horncliffe Fishing
Fishing enthusiast to deliver excellent customer service and fabulous fishing holidays for guests at stunning Horncliffe Fishings Tweed (between the villages of Horncliffe and Norham on the river’s south bank). Continue reading
Devoted angler Jeremy Paxman has a new program on Channel 4 called River.
In the first episode he travels to Tweed where Jeremy tries to shear Cheviot sheep, tags osprey Continue reading
Bill Drew the founder of Tweed Guide, the largest fishing guiding service in Scotland, has announced his retirement after 20 years guiding customers in from across the globe.
Ron McCombe his business partner will continue running the successful guiding business and is joined by Lynn McCombe, who brings with her a wealth of knowledge. Continue reading
For the tenth year running, a trophy has been put up for the first salmon of the season to be caught from the Kelso Angling Association (KAA) water on the Teviot.
The fish was caught on the morning of Friday 3rd March, 2017, by Ronnie Park from Houndridge. Caught from the Kaybraes with a black and Continue reading
From Headwater to Headland Smolt Conference 14th -15th March
This Conference is being jointly organised by The Atlantic Salmon Trust and The Tweed Foundation. It will address the key issue of improving salmon and sea trout smolt survival during the critical early stages of their migration, in rivers and in estuaries.With fewer salmon surviving at sea, it is vital to ensure that as many healthy wild salmon and sea trout smolts as possible leave our rivers. The Conference will explore how this can best be achieve – read more. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Jim Cook from Gullan North Berwick, caught the first fish off the Whiteadder and possibly the first fish off the Tweed system in 2017.
Jim a member of the “Bluestone Fishing”
caught it around 11am this morning in the Hut pool on a Cone Head Ally fly.