Spring Fishing – bring it on!

12439095_10154012196135242_4156350695530733938_nThe clocks are now forward and we are officially into spring fishing with catches across the country continuing to tick away! It’s always good to see lighter nights kicking in along with anglers catching some fantastic fish.

Of the big four rivers in Scotland, it is great to see the Dee producing some fine fish and hear stories from anglers who have continued to Continue reading


Spring Fishing on Tweed

10917049_945780468794533_1164030518177740860_nHard to believe we are now into March! The Tweed season is well and truly under way and with the milder weather right now its good to see more anglers making their way to the River Tweed. I for one have enjoyed wetting my fly on West Learmouth beat last week. The river was clearing and dropping and expectations remained high all day.

At this time of the year there is some good value fishing available on beats on Tweed that in the height of the Continue reading

Summer time and the fishing is – doing OK!

Spey 29lb June 2015As I sit down to write my latest blog we have just had a scorcher of a week across the country and definitely a feeling of summer finally arriving. The high winds and difficult conditions I hope are behind us and the fishing on many of our rivers is doing really pretty well – how nice to be able to say that after recent though times! That said although I admit, we have a long way to go yet as far as this years concerned but I am delighted to be hearing of so many success stories on so many rivers.

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Spring is in the air!

Mark CockburnAs I sit down to write another blog I note that we have started to see some good catches reported across the country which is good news!!

The Tay and Tweed are seeing catches increase week on week with the week just gone giving each river 100+ springers and some big fish at that – excellent news! Dee has had fewer rods on the river, although this is starting to change as catches are starting to come through and again with some cracking fish recorded up and down the river. Continue reading