Friday, January 16, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay Salmon Fishing Season Opens for 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay Salmon Fishing Season Opens for 2015.

The Tay salmon fishing season is well and truly underway despite some very cold weather and difficult conditions for fishing with very high water.

This was a small clip from our local paper the Dundee Courier written by Steve MacDougall.
The traditional toast of “tight lines” was made by anglers up and down the River Tay as they celebrated the opening of the salmon fishing season on January 15. Fortified with a dram and to the sound of bagpipes, fishermen turned out at ceremonies at Kenmore, Dunkeld and Meikleour despite atrocious weather.
Photo shows angling broadcaster Paul Young before the first cast at Dunkeld.
At Stanley Farlows had a traditional opening ceremony organised by their fishing director Brian Fratel pictured below.
Conditions for fishing at Stanley were not good with very high water however as the river settled today Brian struck on the Catholes in the Back Dam. Fishing on his own he landed 2 fresh spring salmon estimated at 12 and 10 pounds and lost another at the net. Well done Brian and thank you for 2 great days.

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