Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Salmon Fishing Scotland Savills Malloch Trophy 2011 Presentation.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Savills Malloch Trophy 2011 Presentation.

The presentation of the Savills Malloch Trophy took place at Huntingtower Hotel for the largest salmon caught on the fly and safely returned during 2011 in Scottish waters in front of ASFB and RAFTS members.
The presentation was made to Sam Valentine for a fish of 34.5 lb landed on the River Nith with ghillie Dougie Smith. Mr Valentine’s magnificent salmon was caught on the Dalswinton beat of the Nith on November 16 and weighed in a weigh-net, before being carefully released back into the river. To be eligible for the trophy a fish must be caught on a fly in a sportsmanlike manner and be returned unharmed in accordance with best catch and release practice.

Sam Valentine (right) and Dougie Smith, gillie at Dalswinton on the Nith, (left) with the 34.5 lb salmon from the River Nith, which was carefully returned to the water. Savills Director Roddy Willis said: “As sponsors of the Savills Malloch trophy we are delighted to see it head south to the River Nith. It exemplifies that one does not have to fish one of the Big Four Scottish rivers to be in with a chance of winning this trophy and indeed of catching a leviathan salmon”.

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