Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Salmon Fishing Scotland September Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2013.

Salmon Fishing Scotland September Salmon Fishing on the Tay 2013.

Autumn conditions have arrived on the Tay in Perthshire, Scotland with dipping temperatures which have started to make the leaves on the trees change colour and drop the river temperature making the salmon more aggressive and boost catches. There was a slight ground frost this morning with ice in boats making the river temperature drop further to 53F or 11.5C. The river had another 100 salmon registered today but there is still a cry for a spate to encourage more fresh salmon to run the river and boost sport for everyone.

An autumn scene on Benchil with the trees starting to turn in colour.

Frank Muller with a small fresh grilse caught in the Long Shot from the boat.

Fresh salmon are running into the very lower beats but a large spate is now required to lift them further up river to benefit all. This was a fresh salmon from the Rome Croy beat today caught by Billy Davidson on the Stormont Angling Club Stretch.

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