Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Salmon Fishing Scotland Catching Autumn Salmon on the Tay October 2013.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Catching Autumn Salmon on the Tay October 2013.

The Tay, Perthshire, Scotland has had a couple of successful days for the start of the week with over 250 salmon registered for the traditional end to the season. The river now enters the experimental extension period until the end of October where all salmon are returned. Few fresh salmon have been caught recently due to excessive low water, however rain is forecast over the next few days which may trigger off a better autumn run of fresh salmon.

A typical autumn scene with all the colours.

Simon Harrop with a long tailed sea-liced salmon caught in Horsey at Stanley.

Rupert with a good salmon caught on the fly at Benchil.

Simon Harrop and Andrew Brown celebrate a good autumn salmon on the fly from Benchil.

Ian Scruton with a cracking salmon from Murthly caught on the fly.

The light fading as a Tay salmon is played on the Fly at Murthly.

The light goes down on another good day on the Tay.

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