Saturday, January 10, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland 2015 Salmon Season about to Open on Tay, Perthshire, Scotland.

Salmon Fishing Scotland 2015 Salmon Season about to Open on Tay, Perthshire, Scotland.

The 2015 salmon season is about to open in Scotland with the Tay in Perthshire being the first of the major four to start on Thursday 15th January, next week with much anticipation after the last 2 years spring successes.
The recent weather has meant the river has been very high but hopefully it will fine down nicely for the opening ceremonies up and down the river on Thursday. A more detailed prospect will be published on Sunday.

There will be 2 major opening day ceremonies on the river. Firstly at Dunkeld.

The DUNKELD OPENING DAY GATHERING COMMITTEE are pleased to announce and invite you to attend the opening of the river at Dunkeld by Paul Young, Fishing Broadcaster and Celebrity on Thursday 15th January 2015 at Dunkeld House Hotel.
Business Breakfast-Hilton, Dunkeld House 8.15am (£15 per person)
Riverside Reception:Open to all from 9.00am
Opening of the river at 9.30am

Last years opening ceremony.
The Perthshire Chamber of Commerce & Dunkeld Opening Day Gathering Committee have the pleasure of inviting you to an Opening Day Business Breakfast at Hilton Dunkeld House Hotel on Thursday 15th January 2015 at 8.15am
£15 per person-please book in advance-contact Terri McAllister at Hilton Dunkeld House Hotel on 01350728337 or email
The Dunkeld Gathering Committee.
Dunkeld & Birnam Angling Association
Dunkeld & Birnam Tourist Association
Dunkeld House Fishings
Hilton Dunkeld House
The Tay Foundation
The Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board
Perthshire Chamber of Commerce.

Secondly there is a traditional opening of the salmon season on the River Tay held at Kenmore since 1947. Join the parade of fishermen to the river bank with the Vale of Atholl Junior Pipe Band, the 1st cast of the season will be made to mark the opening of the River Tay and a speaker will wish the anglers 'tight lines' for the season.

Kenmore are honoured to again welcome Provost Liz Grant of Perth City as well as the long established double act of Mark Stephen of BBC Radio Scotland and local fisherman Ally Gowans. The day starts at 0900 with an address by Provost Liz Grant, Ally Gowans and Mark Stephen after which there is the traditional march behind the pipe band to the water’s edge for the first cast.

This is a flavour of spring salmon fishing on the Tay.

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