Thursday, October 8, 2009

Salmon Fishing Scotland October Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2009.

Salmon Fishing Scotland October Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2009.

My name is Tony Lenehan and I'm just back from three days on Cargill (5th to 7th Oct) with ghillie David Godfrey. These are a couple of pictures of fish taken. We had a great spell of fishing, despite the weather forecasters' best efforts, landing eleven fish to our three rods (weighing 25,20,19,18,2x17,2x14 pounds and some smaller fish). River height meant harled kynoch was top method, and the best fish was a sea liced 17 pound hen. All fish returned. The bigger and darker fish photographed is a 25 pound hen, and the other the fresh 17 pound salmon.

A nice end to our season, and great thanks to the team at Cargill for extra effort in a hard season.

Thank you for your input and well done on the fishing. It has been a very hard season and your parties efforts to return all your salmon is highly commendable. Thank you from the Tay.

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