Friday, October 21, 2011

Salmon Fishing Scotland Salmon Fishing on the lower Tay October 2011.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Salmon Fishing on the lower Tay October 2011.

Chris Moore hooks a good autumn salmon fishing from the bank on the Benchil beat just below Stanley, Perthshire, Scotland.

Chris successfully landed a sea liced 12 pounds salmon however it was badly marked by a seal coming up the river. The salmon was still managed to be returned with no more harm and hopefully will spawn later in the year.

John Mollison with a 25 pounds sea liced salmon caught on the Luncarty beat on a Devon.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

hi bob,
with reference to chris moores 12lb fish with a "seal wound",the first thing i noticed was that there were too many teeth for it to be a seal attack.The wound is relatively shallow unlike a seal attack which normally leaves gouging deep wounds also the fish has been attacked from above,normaly seals attack from beneath their prey using the element of surprise to good effect,i think that the predator that is to blame is a dolphin-not unusual considering the amount in and around the Tay estuary,i would be interested in anyones comments on the subject,best regards,A Williams

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