Syndicate availability on Tweed Tributary the Whiteadder

2 miles approx of right bank fishing, previously very lightly fished. Glides, riffles and good tail runs, including slower water run through one of the most picturesque parts of the Whiteadder valley within gentle meadows and wooded areas . 

Now primarily let as a Members Syndicate with rods taken on a nominated day per week basis for the whole Tweed season (1st Feb to 30th Nov) let through FishPal. Also, day let rods available from time to time also let through FishPal.

For the 2012 season, 3 Membership Syndicate day rods are available from Monday to Friday, at £385 each for the season; and 2 Membership Syndicate days rods available on Saturdays at £435 each for the season.

For more details about Bluestone visit the website or speak to one of the Angling Team at FishPal on 01573 470612

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The typical pattern sees a run of spring salmon from early in the season, through March and April into May. From May and through June there is additionally a good run of sea trout, which in low water are best fished for at night, but in a slightly coloured water after a rise in levels good catches can be had in daytime.The main run of salmon starts in August, continues through September and usually peaks in mid October. In a dry autumn fish still run into the river into November and when conditions are appropriate sea liced fish can still be taken well into November

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