Pupils from schools as far away as the USA, Finland, France, German and Greenland visited the River Tay in November for the first study visit of the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Schools Network
The event was hosted by pupils from Perth High Continue reading
A rare opportunity to purchase salmon fishing rights on Loch Tay has come on to the market. The loch is a jewel in Scotland’s Salmon fishing crown. Continue reading
This years winners of the prestigious Junior FishPal Malloch Competition have been announced.
The five junior winners have caught and released a staggering 16 salmon between them during their fishing trips this year. The winners will spend a day on FishPonds beat with Iain Kirk and world spey casting champion Scott Mackenzie on Monday 7th August 2017. Continue reading
With the Grayling season well underway Caledonia Fly have picked a few nymphs for you to try
Source: Grayling in the Pink
The Scottish Carp Group, a coarse angling club based in central Scotland & established in 1988 are looking for new waters in Scotland.
Saul Gardiner Chairman of the Scottish Carp Group said “Ideally, available waters would be on private land with no or limited public Continue reading
Spring Spey Casting & Salmon Fishing Course on the River Tay March 4th & 11th 2017
A rare opportunity to share skills and knowledge with AAPGAI master certified Instructor Andrew Toft and fully certified Instructor, guide and fishery manager Iain Kirk. The one day Spring Salmon course will take place on the Fishponds beat of the river Tay. The course is aimed at both Continue reading
John MacIssac with his fish caught on the River Spean a Lochy tributary
The 2016 winner of the FishPal Malloch Trophy – for one of the largest salmon caught by an angler on a fly and safely returned during the year in Scottish waters – has been announced. The successful angler is John MacIsaac, a gillie from the River Lochy in Lochaber, who caught the fish of a lifetime in the River Spean (the Lochy tributary) on 29 Continue reading