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An elegant and traditional Scottish country estate, The Yair perches regally on the banks of the River Tweed in the heart of the Scottish Borders, amid ancient woodland and rolling hills.
Tiptoe fishing on the River Till is approximately two miles upstream from the junction of Tweed at Tillmouth. The beat starts to fish from May onwards with sea trout fishing particularly good from early Summer into early Autumn. There is … 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 production of the book, ‘The Early Days of the River Tweed Commissioners’, by Caroline Balfour (a Tweed Commissioner) was the result of many months hard work and traces the beginnings of the River Tweed Commission (RTC) up to the … Continue reading
Congratulations to Shamus Jennings and ghillie Nigel Fell for winning the Savill’s Malloch Trophy 2013. The huge fish caught at Boleside Beat on the Tweed in the Scottish Borders, was measured at 50in long with a 33in girth which Dr Campbell, biologist from the … Continue reading
From Willie Elliot at Tillmouth comes the story of Mr. Gavin Caldwell’s red letter day. He say’s “Thought you would like to see the photographs of Mr Gavin Caldwell’s salmon last week on Tillmouth. Memorable morning on the Tweed. Mr … 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
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