Monday, October 31, 2011

Salmon Fishing Scotland Last day on the Tay October 2011.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Last day on the Tay October 2011.

This was the last day of the 2011 salmon season on the Tay in Perthshire, Scotland. It has not been an easy season with extreme fluctuating river levels and a lack of grilse however there have been some positives to take forward to next season. The river has certainly benefited from all the multi sea winter salmon that have been caught and long may this continue into 2012.
This was a gathering at Benchil on the lower Tay just below Stanley. Malcolm Inness's party welcomed Arnot McWhinnie who presented Lee Conway with the Redford Trophy. Lee caught the largest opening day salmon in 2011. Now we look forward to the 2012 opening day.

A typical autumn scene at Benchil.

A sea liced 8 pounds salmon caught on the Catholes on the last day of 2011 season landed by Charlotte Gifford.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well done to you Lee & hope 2012 season brings more joy to yous all than the one that is just about finished.
All the best & Tight lines to all once again Ray frm Edinburgh.

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