Autumn days added

Some of the best UK salmon fishing is enjoyed in Spring and Autumn. Anglers planning their stress free Autumn fishing break can now find a selection of fishing to suit all budgets. The
FishPal site has a synopsis about each fishery, including river levels, fishing reports, latest catches and most beats have catch statistics for the last 5 years. Information about how to get to the fishery, where to stay, tackle advice and much more. Our customer services team is on hand Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to help with any queries or make a reservation for you.

Autumn days added:

Tweed:  The Tillmouth fishings extend for 4.14 miles of single, English bank, downstream from Coldstream Bridge and has 22 named pools which hold fish throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons. For dates and availability please click

River Nith: The Drumlanrig Castle fishings is within the Queensberry Estate (one of the Buccleuch Estates) in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle near Thornhill, Dumfries & Galloway. The private beats of the Drumlanrig Castle fishings offer approximately 7 miles of exclusive Sea Trout and Salmon fishing across four defined beats. For dates and availability please click

Ayrshire Rivers: The Stinchar is essentially a spate river, but can produce excellent sport in the right conditions. The main run of salmon and sea trout occurs between July to October. For more information and  availability please click

The FishPal site has more Autumn rods on the system. To check a beat/fishery for fishing during the 2011 season please click

Tight Lines

From the Marketing Team at FishPal

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