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- Mrs Jack Shirley returning her fish to the Tweed, Kelso.When you can finally go fishing ! Mark Cockburn is enjoying a day on the Tay and he says “It’s good to out!”Off she goes - local angler Kenny Dumma salmon swims away strongly - River Tweed, Kelso.Thank you to Willie Elliot for this fabulous footage of young Ryan playing a 10lb salmon.Thank you to Tomas from Edradynate beat on the River Tay. A 9lb this morning from the Poltewan Pool🎣🎣A cracker caught by Phil Dixon fishing Burnfoot beat, Border Esk.Another lovely day on the river. River Tweed.Doug Unkles fishing Boleside, River Tweed at the weekend caught his fish spring fish of 2021. He kept the fish wet and celebrated his achievement with a few glasses 🥂🍻🐟👏If you are lucky to be out and about this weekend wishing you tight lines.Billy returning a Tweed spring fish on Junction beat, Kelso.One for Billy earlier this week. Due to Covid restrictions there has been little fishing on Tweed at Kelso. This month 29 fish so far have been caught - the best for 4 years.One of four fish today on the River Tweed at Kelso. Fish are being seen and a sea liced fish was caught at Mertoun, St Boswells, which is approx 10 miles further upstream from Kelso.Congratulations Ainsley fishing the River Tweed today - first ever salmon.6 spring fish caught on Junction, River Tweed today.Happy Mother’s DayThe anticipation - fly tied to fish today - sadly this banana 🍌 won’t get a swim on the River Tweed as the river is too high at Kelso.Thank you Edradynate Beat from the Upper TayFirst fish river Tweed 2021.Join us on New Years Day at 7pm where we will be chatting about salmon, trout, Grayling, sea trout fishing and flies with some of our Facebook live guests from 2020.Clocks go back this weekend.
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Following consideration of the Wild Fisheries Review by Scottish Ministers and fulfilling the commitment in The Programme for Government (published in Dec 2014) a public consultation (separate from the Kill licence consultation) on the broad policy options for a new management system … Continue reading
(Last updated: Monday 11th May) The May bank holiday weekend arrived with some much needed rain and boy did it arrive!! As a result, Monday was not fishable but did clear enough for a better week overall with 70 salmon … Continue reading
The last few days of April and the start of May, proved a little better than most weeks of the month. The weather patterns changed over night on Monday and this led to more cloud cover and a general cooling … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
All chicks are now fledged and are gaining superb flying practice and for a change the Scottish summer weather has not been all about deluge and torrential rain, but we Brits are great at moaning about the weather and this … Continue reading
Friday 26th July Bluestone Fishery – River level 1ft this morning, fishing can be resumed. After a very dry month with 0″ on the gauge for 4 weeks, we have had local rain in the last 36 hours. There’s still some … Continue reading
It was with a packed Caddonfoot church and a good number of mourners having to stand outside also, that we said goodbye to Wattie on Wednesday. The large turnout bore testament to the love and respect with which Wattie was … Continue reading
The Game Fair prides itself on its debates; they are a talking point every year, and for 2013 Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, is set to follow suit. The Country Life Big Debate is scheduled for 2pm on the Friday in … Continue reading
We have been asked by anglers about the disease which has been showing in Tweed this year. As we have been saying for some time, there is nothing abnormal about disease showing, however, we have been experiencing it being present … Continue reading