Friday, February 18, 2011

Salmon Fishing Scotland River Tay Salmon Fishing Catch for 2010.

Salmon Fishing Scotland River Tay Salmon Fishing Catch for 2010.

This information is from the newly constructed web site.

Tay catch news for 2010.
The Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board have now received returns from the great majority of beats for the 2010 season. As of 16 February the total number of salmon and grilse declared by rod & line is 11,373, of which 70.7% were released alive.

With a number of fisheries still to provide a return it is likely the final declared catch should exceed 11,500.

This represents the best overall catch since 2006, but the best autumn catch since 1996.

A breakdown of the catch in terms of areas is provided below.

The following is a graph of the monthly rod catch in 2010 broken down by released and retained fish. The spring was relatively poor, but with a very high rate of catch and release. The autumn fishing was very good, however, on some lower Tay beats in particular.

Tay monthly catch.

When viewed in a longer term perspective the autumn of 2010 was excellent. The overall total was dragged down by the relatively low spring catches.

Tay catches from 1952 to 2010.

More Tay information click here.

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