Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Fishing first ever Salmon on the Tay, Perthshire February 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Fishing first ever salmon on the Tay, Perthshire February 2015.

The recent very cold weather has relented a bit and the river has more water in it after soon rain and a bit of snow melt. Could this be the trigger for an improvement in spring sport?
The Tay at Stanley Mill on a cold spring day.

This is 10 year old angler Henry Mountford with a superb 16 pounds salmon caught at Ballathie today under the watchful eye of ghillie Gary McErlain. This was Henry's first ever salmon and what a memory for him. The fish had long tailed sea lice on it meaning it was running fast from the sea. Hopefully this is a sign of more running the river at long last.

Sally Bakeson with her first ever salmon caught from the boat on the Pitlochrie beat at Stanley weighing 10 pounds.

The sun sets on another spring day on the river Tay.

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