River Reports

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Spey It has been quite a quiet week on the river, although most beats having been catching fish, hopefully it just a lull between the spring and summer runs. Ian Tennant tells me that the Gordon Castle beats finished in the mid teens. Delfur also .... read moreSunday
25th Jun
Ayrshire We finally got some proper rain overnight on the 5th of June after an extremely dry April and May. With river levels well up on the 6th of June it wasn't going to be long before we were hearing of fish being landed. The Stinchar reported their .... read moreFriday
23rd Jun
Nith 22nd June - Friars Carse Hotel latest. Pat Stevens hosted some complete beginners to fly fishing on the beat and they were rewarded with some nice browns and grayling best about 1.3/4lb on dry flies. A regular local on the water Alan Gray has had a .... read moreThursday
22nd Jun
Findhorn Lethen Fishing Report for w/e 17th June 2017 There was heavy rain again last weekend which meant the river was high on Monday and steadily dropped through the week. The week got off to fast start with Nick Jeffrey out early on Dunearn .... read moreThursday
22nd Jun
Tay Spring salmon fishing on the Tay in Perthshire has seen out May with improving conditions for fishing in milder weather and settling lower water levels until recently as more water has arrived plus catches are improving after a slow start to the .... read moreWednesday
21st Jun
Hebrides Garynahine had a good week with eight salmon/grilse landed, three lost and numerous other follows, boils and plucks at the fly. Murdo Macaulay had the first fish on Monday from the Long Pool, a sea-liced 5lber on a small Gold Bodied Willie Gunn .... read moreMonday
19th Jun
Annan Last week (commencing 12th June) saw the river fall back nicely after considerable flooding the previous week. The middle river was sitting at just over two feet on the Monday morning so spinning was the best way to cover the water. Newbie and .... read moreMonday
19th Jun
Tweed River Tweed River Report Week Ending 17th June After the much needed rain last week, the week began with quite a black peaty water, hopes were high after the rise in water that the fish would finally get a chance to get moving up the river. .... read moreMonday
19th Jun
Dee It was an exceptional week on the Dee with 273 fish landed- a couple didn't get reported to FishDee. I can't tell you how much of a joy it was for me to hear of so much fantastic sport, up and down the river. Now, if we could only get some more .... read moreMonday
19th Jun
Don River Update At long last the river received a decent rise, nearly 4ft of coloured water swept down from the top giving the bed of the river a much needed clean out but more importantly enticed some fish in from the bay. A mix of summer salmon .... read moreThursday
15th Jun
Esks 6th June and I am just back in from the banks of the South Esk and the river is in a small spate. Many of the best beats have not seen a line cast in eight weeks and the word of a fish taken was something of a miracle. Well our wait is surely .... read moreWednesday
7th Jun
Ness May has been a very very hot and dry month. The rivers Morrison and Garry has not had any real water since Feb/March and as a result have not really been fishing well. Fish have been picked up by anglers local to these rivers when the conditions .... read moreMonday
5th Jun
Lochaber Water height – 2-4in Water temp – 54-57F Overheads = cloud with some sun and occasional rain showers It's fair to say the rain never came to much within the Lochy catchment. Some heavy showers added an inch or 2 to the levels, but this .... read moreSunday
4th Jun
Galloway After a very dry initial two weeks in May, we finally had some heavy rain on Monday 15th which brought river levels up to over 4 ft on the Cree and 5 ft on the Bladnoch. This paid dividends for getting smolts on the move, being the first .... read moreWednesday
31st May
Beauly Lower Beauly An unusually dry winter led to the first few months of the season struggling with low water; nevertheless, members of the Beauly Angling Club saw some success in early weeks with a good number of sea trout being taken from the .... read moreTuesday
25th Apr
Firth of Forth The start of the season on Stirling Council Fisheries has been pretty slow, however last week (w/c 27th Mar) proved to be a little bit more productive. We had the 2nd confirmed springer and also the 3rd confirmed springer landed. One of the fish was .... read moreMonday
3rd Apr
Border Esk After a settled winter, Feb and March have been wild, storm after storm has come into the west of the country and the rivers local to the Esk have been high, low, over the top, just about everything, needless to say there has been little to no .... read moreTuesday
28th Mar