Tingvoll Salmon Fishing – A fishing experience of a lifetime in a pastoral and relaxing
environment in the middle of Norway. Continue reading
It was great to once again be able to join the opening day celebrations of the Spey at the Victoria Bridge in Aberlour where once again the event was supported by Aberlour Distillery and Walkers. I know from speaking to Roger Knight and others at the ceremony that their sponsorship is really much appreciated so well done to both for your involvement.
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Incredible to think that as we pass the half way point in September that some rivers have only a few weeks of the season to go whilst others have several months of fishing to look forward too. So how has it been across the country and what are the prospects likely to be in the next few weeks and months?
Here’s my take on things and apologies for those rivers not mentioned but please do get in touch if you have some information on rivers not featured and I will share it with our “information hungry” customer base! Continue reading
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The River Awe is not a river I speak much about in my blogs but boy does it rightly get a mention this time. A huge fish of around 40lb was caught just recently and I think this is the largest salmon caught in Scotland this season so far!! What a beast of a fish and just great to be giving the Awe some good news to celebrate at a time when the Awe hasn’t been fishing so well. This years potential winner of the FishPal Malloch Trophy? Perhaps! Continue reading
As I write this blog I do so having had to suffer, as all of you have too, a period of absolutely no rain since really the end of March, but, what a welcome sight last weeks rain was!! With the rain gods on our side, most rivers went into ‘flood-like’ conditions which will hopefully do the trick and help bring some fresh fish into our pools. Continue reading