River Reports
River Teifi Fishing Report

River Teifi Fishing Report

River Teifi; 2022 season report As anglers we’re rarely happy. Too much water, too little water. Too warm, too cold. The list is truly book-worthy. We have an excuse for every outcome, only interrupted by an intermittent red letter day when, seemingly, the planets...

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Hot August Nights Stevie Munn

Hot August Nights Stevie Munn

It's the end of August and the nights have been at times too hot to sleep..... (Hot August Night, is a great live album by Neil Diamond, LA 1972) and my local fishing spot is normally very HOT! Ireland is experiencing an heatwave and our rivers are dreadfully low,...

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River Dee Fishing Report

River Dee Fishing Report

It was a good start to last week with a rise in the river following the weekend weather, midweek we got some breezy days and then the cold snap and show started to fall at 6am on Friday morning and continued for most of the day, some great photos to share with this...

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Finavon Castle Season Report 2020

Finavon Castle Season Report 2020

Finavon Castle had an outstanding summer run of salmon and pristinely conditioned grilse running the South Esk throughout June & July. This I understand to have been acommon theme throughout the country and would like to hope that the legions of fish which poured...

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River Annan Season Review 2020

River Annan Season Review 2020

The 15th November is the official end of the salmon season on the River Annan although this year the season came to a close on Saturday the 14th November. The 2020 salmon season began with unsettled water from opening day until the 14th March when David Robinson...

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Norway Fishing Report

Norway Fishing Report

John Olav Oldren from Tingvoll Salmon Fishing lodge on the River Verdal updates us on the opening of fishing in the Trondheimfjord region of Norway. The salmon season opened at midnight on 1st June with much excitement in theTrondheimfjord region. Rivers Gaula and...

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On Hold by Henry Giles

On Hold by Henry Giles

Looking back, looking forward Is there a casting metaphor? You look back to see the line straighten behind you then look forward to where you want the fly to land. Either way, looking back in time then forward from the lockdown bridge, it seems a spell of...

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The Weather Club

The Weather Club

The Royal Meteorological Society is delighted to be working together with the University of Reading on a Thames Water sponsored Future Learn course, called “Come Rain or Shine”.  This free, 3 week (3 hours per week) online course will be available to participate in...

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