Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Salmon Fishing Scotland February Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2010.

Salmon Fishing Scotland February Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2010.

Stuart Beveridge’s 13 pound spring fish off Portnacraig bank on the Pitlochry Angling stretch of the Tummel caught last Saturday. The springer was caught fly fishing from the bank and carefully returned.

The famous Craigs on the Upper Redgorton or Fishponds beat at a good fly fishing height.

The Little Shot on the lower Tay beat of Benchil just below Stanley, Perthshire, Scotland. A perfect height for fly fishing at the moment.

The tail of the Long Shot today at Benchil now running at summer levels.

The rod rings iced up after 15 minutes fishing this morning. Fishing of any type at the moment is difficult until the sun gets up. Today when I started it was -6C and the river temperature was 0C. The rod rings freeze up in no time at all making fly fishing in particular, interesting. The Tay was still flowing normally today despite the very cold weather and also the low water level. Other rivers have frozen over, the Dee and Spey have both got grue flowing down them making it impossible to fish.

A Temple Dog fluttering in the river today. Alas it was unable to tempt a Tay spring salmon.

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