Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Fishing on the Tay, Perthshire, Scotland March 2013.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Fishing on the Tay, Perthshire, Scotland March 2013.

The cold weather continues on the Tay in Perthshire, Scotland but it is manner from heaven for the Lower river as it slows the spring salmon down and the beats benefit in good catches. If the temperatures come up the salmon run through the Lower river without being seen and the Upper areas do well. It is good this year that everyone will have their turn because as the warmer weather comes the other parts will do well and the catches will disappear from the bottom of the river until July.

This was the scene this morning after a severe frost. Currently the Lower river temperature is 36F or 2.5C which is approximately 10 degrees lower than last year at the same time!

A majestic scene at the Wash House at Stanley this morning.

The morning is barely started and Archie Peddie is playing a spring salmon from the boat at Stanley Mills on the Pitlochrie beat.

This was Archies first ever salmon and they don't come any better than a Tay springer weighing 12 pounds. Archie carefully returned his salmon for the future of the river. Spring salmon are a very special resource to the Tay and it is extremely to preserve them for future generations.

Sun set from the previous day. This is a very special area we live in and it is a superb office to go to work.

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