Saturday, December 1, 2007

Salmon Fishing Scotland Catch Statistics for the Tay.

Monthly rod catch of salmon for the Tay District 1952 – 2007 (including released fish).(1952 – 2006 data kindly supplied by Fisheries Research Services. 2007 is a preliminary estimate based on Fishtay website analysis)

Salmon Fishing Scotland Catch Statistics for the Tay.
Government angling catch data

Since 1952 all proprietors have been obliged to provide a return of salmon caught each month of each year if asked for by the Government (now Scottish Executive). Every year the Scottish Executive publishes the total all method annual district catch in a statistical bulletin. This aggregate figure is not in itself particularly illuminating but Fisheries Research Services have supplied the TDSFB with monthly rod and net catches since 1952. These are presented above.


Anonymous said...

Dear Sir,
We are now called the "Scottish Government", I do hope your returns are more up to date than your post.


Anonymous said...

Two Irishmen walking down the street with two salmon each under their arms.
Two other Irishmen walking in the opposite direction see the two lucky fishermen and ask " how did you catch those ?"
Well its like this! Michael here holds my legs over the bridge, and I grab the salmon as they swim up the river. We got four salmon A great days fishing!
So the fishless pair look at each other and agree to give it a try.
They get to the bridge and Sean calls to his friend "hold my legs now Paddy".
Well he is hanging there upside down for thirty minutes when he suddenly cries.. "pull me up, pull me up!!
Paddy asks " do you have a fish Sean?"............
No replies Sean, there a bloody train coming!!!!!!!!

Robert White said...

Nice one

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