Saturday, October 16, 2010

Salmon Fishing Scotland River Tay Season closes October 2010.

Salmon Fishing Scotland River Tay Season closes October 2010.

The Tay season drew to a close yesterday with some good catches. It has been a very good autumn on the Tay with excellent catches which has been heartening. The returns have been above the 5 year average however one swallow does not make a summer! Salmon fishing is very valuable to our economy so let us all hope this trend will continue into 2011.

This was a 34 pounds salmon landed by Alistair Sheach on the Cargil beat on the last day of the season. The salmon took a flying C at the Cobble Croy on the lower beat. This magnificent hen salmon was safely returned to the river to spawn.

The Tay offers some superb late season fly fishing.

Superb autumn colours on the last day of the Tay season. This was the view looking down to the lower Tay Benchil beat yesterday with the boat in Todd Holes.

The sun goes down on another salmon season on the mighty Tay. This was a sea liced grilse caught on the fly from the Horsey pool. Fresh salmon continue to run the Tay right up to the end of the season.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for again supplying a very informative, entertaining and sometimes controversial Blog, throughout another difficult season.

I do still think you are losing a chance for far more comments, by deciding to do some vetting, your Blog was even mre interesting when there was a bit more debate, (only my opinion).

I do hope you will keep up the Blog for the forseeable future and again you'll be seen partaking in your other field sport interests in the close season for salmon.

All the very best in the meantime.

Stumpy Boater.

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