Tweed Reports 564 Salmon

Mrs Christine White her first ever salmon - a 12lb cock caught on Upper Floors which was safely returned.

Yesterday Tweed reported its best daily catch returns on the FishPal system this season, 564 salmon and 18 sea trout. Congratulations to every angler who landed fish on Tweed yesterday.

The largest salmon were landed at two beats. Birgham Dub owned by the Earl of Home and the Douglas-Home Family, landing 24 salmon and a 30lb salmon; rarely does fishing become available on this beat. Drygrange beat enjoyed a 30lb salmon, including landing 8 salmon; 2 rods are still available on Drygrange for Thursday of this week.

James Leeming FishPal’s Chairman said “564 salmon in one day, is as much as I can ever remember on Tweed”

Tweed enjoys over 96 miles of single and double bank fishing. Anglers wishing to book a day’s fishing on Tweed please check latest rod availability pages. If rods are not available, you can subscribe to our free rod alert service. If rods do become available we will inform you via email.

Bill Stanworth FishTweed reporter writes weekly about forth coming Tweed prospects, including fly, line suggestions and a summary of the weather forecast.

Tweed River Levels are currently steady.

Septembers online newsletter from FishPal has a feature on the river Tweed.

Tight Lines


About FishPal Global Online booking system for fishing

FishPal are a global online information and booking system for all types of fishing. Our site has the latest rod availability, permits can be purchased online or via our customer services team and are issued immediately. New for 2015 Insurance that included Inability To Fish Cover.
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