Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring 2010 on the river Tay.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring 2010 on the river Tay.

There was a bit of a thaw today on the Tay due to rising temperatures last night and during the day which made fishing difficult. However the wind is to come in from the north over the next few days which should cool things down again and make for good conditions. There were not so many spring salmon caught today but that should improve once the river settles again.

Jim Mundell with a cracking 15 pounds Tay spring salmon caught on the Newtyle beat at Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland yesterday. Jim caught his salmon harling in the boat with scottish ghillie Martin Ritchie. Thanks for the pictures Martin.

Jim Mundell returning his lovely 15 pounds springer from the Newtyle beat yesterday.

This is the largest Tay Spring Salmon of 2010 so far weighing in at 22 pounds. It was caught by John Albiston of Kellas last week at Findynate on the Upper Tay. The fish was caught on a pearly tomic on the harl under the supervision of Colin Somerville. Unfortunately it was not a good picture but you can see it was a cracking Tay Springer.

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