Monthly Archives: June 2018

Junction Pool on 2018’s longest day

Many thanks to Charles Cooke for this fabulous picture of the Tweed’s finest bit of salmon-catching water, photographed about half-way through today’s summer solstice. Charlie was on a work day to Floors Castle looking after the Duke’s horses. Luckily he … Continue reading

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Across the rivers

  So the news keeps coming in. In Scotland the latest update was from the Spey, where fishing has been a little challenging in the warm, dry conditions. Like on other rivers the levels have been dropping like a stone … Continue reading

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Salmon from Kola to the Carse

It was nice to see 187 of you drop by one day recently to view this blog. It made me realise I should be posting some more material so why not choose this first day of the Norwegian season? I … Continue reading

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