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- First ever #fishdee24 challenge - 30 anglers are fishing 7 beats in 24 hours on the River Dee.Paul and John enjoying a trip to the River Tweed. #junction #fishtweed #dryshoesdontcatch #fishing #fishinglife #visitscotland #smiles #fishpal_fishingTwo of the three salmon caught by Chris Sandground, Kirriemuir Angling Club, South Esk.Davie Leishman christening his brand new Loop rod with a lovely fresh 9lb tummel springer from Pitlochry . His first of the year and very well deserved.Mark returning his fish yesterday on Brae Beat 5 at Gordon Castle, before the river rose and stopped fishing.We now have availability online for FishPonds beat on the River Tay.A cracker caught on the middle Don on Fetternear Beat. Fish is estimated at 25lb. Aberdeenshire salmon fishing.FishPal are catching up with Paul Young this evening at 7pm to celebrate the launch of every Hooked on Fishing Shows being re-released, digitally remastered and available on Fishing TV.Well done Phil Ellis fishing the River Ure, Yorkshire 👏🐟 #fishing #fishinglife #fishpal_fishingWell done Will Clay 👏🐟 - first ever sea liced springer off invery last Friday, 10lbs.Paul Little returning a decent sized sea trout - fishing Kelso, River Tweed. #flyfishing #fishpal_fishing #fishingNathan Lowes fishing Styford beat on the River Tyne. #fishing #fishtyne #flyfishingJohn Taylor fishing Tweed at Kelso #salmon #flyfishing #fishingMrs 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.
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Tweedswood Latest Report – Last updated: Thursday 23rd January With the warm mild winter weather, dare I say it without my opening day getting 10ft snow, yeah I can as I’ve scanned the long range metoffice and its looking all to … 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
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
A hat trick of osprey chicks, have hatched this week. So good to see the Tweed Valley chicks, keep up to date by following the Forestry Commission blog. The chicks will grow quickly and the daily family life can be viewed on high … Continue reading
It’s a strange thing nature. The weather from one year to the next is constantly changing. Whether it be from climate change or not, looking back records, we can only come to one conclusion; whatever info you have, nature will … Continue reading
Halliwell’s House Museum, Halliwell’s Close, Selkirk is running a temporary exhibition until Sunday 5 May 2013: open from 11-4 mon-sat and 12-3 on sundays. This exhibition should be well worth a visit. Angling Exhibition: “Where the Pools are Bright and … Continue reading