Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Salmon Fishing Scotland April 2009 Spring Fishing on the Tay.

Salmon Fishing Scotland April 2009 Spring Fishing on the Tay.

Spring fly fishing on the Catholes beat of the Tay at Stanley, Perthshire, Scotland.
We have had some fantastic weather over the past few days and it has been ideal for fly fishing on the river. The river has dropped to a good height for wading and made it easier to cover the vastness of the Tay. The river temperature has risen as well to around 48 degrees which should signal the use of floating lines and sink tips.
When the river temperature rises on the lower Tay the salmon tend to bolt on through the lower reaches to the middle and upper river.
The Spring fishing ends on the lower Tay this weekend.

This is a view of the lower end of the Catholes beat from the left bank looking down stream.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

its going to be the year after next for another good year of springers. chances are this year will be good for grilse. Seems to be the trend...

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