Tweed Syndicate Rods

Feb 11, 2019 | Uncategorized, Where To Fish

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Maxton beat on the River Tweed near St. Boswells has syndicate rods available for the 2019 season.

The beat is let as a 2 rod beat and offers 3/4 mile of single bank fishing opposite Middle Mertoun. There are 4 named pools and Maxton is primarily a salmon beat but has had good runs of grilse and sea trout though the summer months. This very attractive beat has considerable potential. It is run on a family syndicate basis and tenants are expected to be friendly and help each other.

Three of the named pools are fished by wading and the other can be easily reached from the bank depending on the height of the water. There is no ghillie and it is strongly recommended that a wading pole and buoyancy device are used when wading.
Easy vehicle access off A699, although there is a small ford to drive through on your way to the fishing hut. The hut has a calor gas heater with a gas hob and also the catch book.

Please call Tom in the office 01573 470612 or email info@fishpal.com for further details.

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