Have you seen the new splash page? We have added this to the existing site to show you the sort of style we will be using for the new site. The high resolution extra wide photos move from side to side and, with the sound of running water, should make you want to be on the river, if you are not there already! Continue reading
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Originally posted on Caledonia Flies:
The Sea Trout is one of the most exciting fish that swims up our rivers and lochs. They can be caught by many methods but the fly is the most exhilarating and heart pumping action…
Atlantic Salmon Trust announces study during 50th anniversary celebrations
The Atlantic Salmon Trust is hoping to reverse a century of decline in wild salmon numbers by announcing a major new study into their movements.
Often called the ‘aquatic canary’, Atlantic salmon are regarded as key indicators of the health of our waters as Continue reading
Salmon Fishing Course on the Tay 8th July 2017
The fishing is improving week on week with some fantastic fish being landed at Fishponds including this 20 lb plus fish for Mr Paul Little.
Following the success and excellent feedback from our spring Salmon course, myself and Continue reading
So far 19 fisheries have signed up for the festival on the evening of Friday 16th June.
The fisheries from 12 Scottish rivers have kindly donated FREE Fishing Permits for the evening, which must be booked in advance for the following beats:
This year’s Gordon Castle Highland Games and Country Fair will be held over two days, Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May.
Visitors to Saturday’s fair will step back in time as the estate pays homage to the Castle’s heyday and the influence Speyside and Moray has across the world. Focusing on traditional skills, dress, music and agriculture from 1900s Continue reading
With just over a week left until the Atlantic Salmon Trust Symposium and Gala dinner, we would like to encourage you to visit their Online Auction. They have lots to suit every budget including fishing and non fishy items which include paintings and bronzes.
If you would like to browse their online catalogue please follow this link. Continue reading