Upper North Wark River Tweed

56839689_2208486149232571_2484475810065416192_oInternational sporting artist, Claire Haggas kindly agreed to open the doors to an exciting new beginning on a fine River Tweed Salmon Fishery

Upper North Wark Salmon Fishing Beat has undergone a transformation after a major investment new owner Jonathan Hufford. His aim is to provide comfortable and contemporary facilities to delight the visiting angler and their guests.
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Inverness Ladies Day

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The total for the Ladies day on the Saturday 31st August and the men’s thank you day on the Friday 30th August, is £1,165.05. This was made up of £960 from the ladies paying for the day, £164.40 from the raffle held over the two days, and £40.65 for David Mateer Fly tickets. Continue reading

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Accommodation at Chollerton, Tyne

ee3f09a7-3b4b-45f5-87fc-700efaaf9a0bChollerton House is located in the hamlet of Chollerton and is set in its own grounds overlooking the river North Tyne which is just a hundred yards away across our own paddock. The flat is located on the first floor, affording lovely views on all sides, and has its own seperate access, assuring complete privacy. Continue reading

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Fly Fish 50

f1f6296d-b75a-4738-a24b-c530dd43c24bAberdeenshire has a new grassroots angling development programme called Aberdeenshire Fly Fish 50. The initiative is part of the Scottish Angling National Development Strategy (SANDS). The AFF50 group was created in March and has recently Continue reading

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Ladies Charity Day River Ness

 

This years eagerly awaited ladies charity event on the River Ness will be on Saturday 31st August. All monies raised will be donated to Highland Hospice.

via Ladies Charity Day River Ness — Anne Woodcock organises fishing days for women. She is the Marketing Director at FishPal and has a weekly show on CVFM Radio

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Salmon Marking River Tweed 1873

IMG_0498An extract from Harpers Weekly magazine from December 27th, 1873 about salmon marking on the River Tweed.

Young salmom are taken from the river Tweed at certain season to be marked. This process is performed by inserting in the upper part of the tail a piece of fine silver wire with a small plate attached, on which is inscribed in cipher a number, referring to a corresponding number in a book, where the date of the capture and the weigh of the fish are recorded. The fish is then returned to the river. Continue reading

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Celebrating 15 Years In Business

DSC_5733Alba Game Fishing are celebrating 15 years in Business.  They have been bringing guests from overseas since 2004, to fish for a variety of freshwater and saltwater species. Continue reading

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