This truly is an exciting development for us. We are contacted by anglers all the time looking for help in arranging that ‘fishing holiday of a lifetime’. With the help of our new partners we are confident that we now have access to some of the best fishing destinations the world has to offer, be it sea trout fishing in Argentina or salmon fishing in Alaska we can now help.
Our new site pages are now up and running and worth taking a look at to start planning that ‘trip of a lifetime’ – if you need any help then please do give us a ring on the office number (01573 470612).
The team were busy last week but still managed a cast. Tom was on the Tyne at Bywell and was fortunate enough to land a 15lb bar of silver – well done Tom! Anne too was out on the Tweed and being looked after by the very capable Mick Charlton on Middle Pavilion. No fish this time but a pull that got the heart pumping for a while – I’m sure Anne will be out again soon on a river near you – stay tuned!
I was busy in meetings putting the final few amends to several other new initiatives that I can’t wait to tell you about – hopefully next weeks blog with allow me to let you in on what’s going on – it really is exciting times at FishPal!
As far as the fishing was concerned great to see the weather settling down last week and anglers out searching for that magical springer. The river and beat that stood out for me last week was the world famous Junction on Tweed, with 49 fish caught up to 18lb. When that many fish are getting caught on Junction, anglers fishing beats above Kelso start to get excited as the anticipation rises – hope this week sees more fish caught up and down the river!
Equally when 18 fish so far have been caught last week on Bywell, anglers on the main Tyne start to get excited too as they see fish moving up the river. Lets hope the upstream fish counts for this month are similar to those in March 2012. Great week for Gary and the team at Bywell, hope the week ahead is even more productive!
The Dee are reporting fish being caught as the river settles down – I wouldn’t be surprised if the week ahead is a fantastic week on the Dee as the weather forecast is pretty reasonable – still lots of availability for you to choose from if you can get out this week.
Tight lines for the week ahead everyone and as ever, don’t forget to send us photos of your prize catch being safely returned to the river!