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Sunday, 30 September 2018

River Tweed River Report Week Ending 29th September 2018 - Tay Salmon Fly

River Tweed River Report Week Ending 29th September



After the rises at the end of the previous week conditions were looking not too bad on Monday morning, although the lifts had dropped quite quickly as seems to be the trend these days conditions were favourable for fish been caught and the 1st half of the week didn’t disappoint with reasonable catches made over the 3 days. Another small rise on Thursday seemed to put the fish down for some reason and the end of the week the catches never really picked back up. Conditions over the week were reasonable with some ground frost on Friday morning, the annoying strong south west wind made casting tricking for those beats on the north bank and affected the chances of catching in some areas.

Noticeably this week the size of fish caught on a daily basis was quite high with 4 days the biggest fish recorded at over 20lbs. Birgham Dub landed the biggest fish of the season so far on Wednesday with a 30lber a day after having a 27lber on Tuesday. Tillmouth had fish of 21lb and 20lbs to.

Dryburgh Upper landed 5 for the week with the Hall Party picking up a few fish. Mr Irvine Hall, Mr Paul Bradbury and Mr Mark Crookes all landed fish from the Bridge Pool. On Middle Pavilion there was success in the Spit for Mrs Ings Meyer. Mr Jonathan Lane landed a 16lb fish at Boleside. Mr Ian Black had some success fishing at the Lees. Mr Philip Black had a good day on Saturday landing 3 fish. From last week I received an email from Mr Gary Stephenson, who landed a 20lb fish from the Gullet Pool on Dryburgh Lower.

118 Salmon were reported caught above Kelso, Boleside with 16, Tweedswood 14, Rutherford 14 and the Dryburgh beats with 13 had the best of the fishing. 128 Salmon were reported between Kelso and Coldstream the best of the fishing was at the Lees with 28 landed, Birgham Dub 25 and Hendersyde 20. Below Coldstream  114 were reported, Ladykirk and Tillmouth continue to be the best performing beats with 22 and 48 this week, Milne Graden sandwiched between these 2 beats managed 19.



On the River Till, no fish were reported


402 Salmon and 31 Sea Trout, with the best fish for the week was 30lb Salmon caught on the Birgham Dub Beat.




Hendersyde Head Boatman Ketch reports “A bit more action at the start of the week, some good sized fish and not so many of the small grilse we've been catching the past few weeks. The river was a bit unsettled with the odd small lift, just enough to put the fish off a bit but we managed to land 20 salmon and 3 sea trout.


Lower Birgham Head Boatman Mr Tom Davis reports “A tough week where a few fish were hooked and lost. But landed a few and it did include 2 fresh fish, one grilse with the sea love just off it and another very fresh 12lber. The fish we have been seeing jumping though have all had quite a bit of colour about them.


On Upper North Wark, the week started with 6” on the gauge and we managed a nice 7lb fish from the Dub caught on a Black Frances by Mr Richard Farr. On Tuesday with 2” on the gauge Mr Gary Derrick had a bit of sport landed 1 salmon from the Dub and a grilse from the Snipe along with another couple of brief encounters using a Red Frances. Unfortunately Gary didn’t add to the tally on Wednesday losing a good fish after a 5 minute battle. A small rise on Thursday put the fish down and increasing south west winds made conditions challenging for the rods.  We have dropped our November fishing to £45prpd to enquire give Martin a call on 07825334427


Lees Head Boatman Mr Malcolm Campbell reports “Not a bad week on the Lees with 28 fish landed and many more pulls and fish lost. The wind was a pain some days making casting a challenge. We did get one or two cleaner fish but nothing that was fresh. # 8 and #10 doubles doing most of the catching but we did have a few looking at a Sunray/Collie dug. It was a strange week for fish sightings some days I hardly saw a fish then next plenty showing. It's not like there are plenty running.


Horncliffe Head Ghillie Mr Tony Averill reports “We did it, congratulations to Mr Robbie Brenner for catching the 100th fish of the season. We've had a mixed week 9 fish landed to 13lb with a mixed bag of coloured and clean fish, with another 8 fish lost. Conditions were difficult with the strong winds. There are still fish to be caught. I have some availability for this week and looking at the river levels any fresh coming in are going to be hanging around down here, it's at 8" this morning as the week goes on things will be getting better for us....


Dave Cowan secretary of Berwick and District Angling Association beat on the Whiteadder reports “Nothing to report from the Whiteadder apart from a small grilse. Still very much in need of some rain to get the fish moving up from the tide.



The week ended with the level at Sprouston 5” and the water temperature is 50.


Looking at the availability for this coming week I would recommend the Lower Birgham, Ladykirk and Horncliffe beats should have a chance of some action this week. If you fancy the middle river Rutherford and the Dryburgh beats will be worth a cast.


The forecast this coming week, Tuesday will be a largely dry day with some sunny spells, but it will be a windy day. It should remain dry overnight. Wednesday should also be dry but there will be the chance of some patchy drizzle or light rain moving in from the west for a time. Dry on Wednesday night. Thursday should be dry at first but rain is likely to move through later in the day.

As always I would like to thank all those who provide me with the information to make this report, it is very much appreciated. If you have any information or photo’s you would like included please get in touch with Martin on 07825334427 or info@taysalmonfly.co.uk


With water levels back to near summer level and still no real sign of a flood on the horizon, the temperature is hovering between 48-50. Floating lines with poly leaders on the end should cover most fishing conditions at the moment, maybe pack an intermediate line just in case it’s required. Dressed flies around a size 8 to 10 should be the order of the day, in the deeper pools it might be worth a try with little 1/2” or 3/4” copper tubes. I would suggest are Copper Cascade, Black Frances, Black and Yellow, Kylie Shrimp, Red Frances should bring success. The river is now fly only until the end of the season on the 30th November.

As always come prepared and always listen to the advice of your boatman or ghillie. If you’re needing to top up your fly box ahead of your trip please check out www.taysalmonfly.co.uk


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Season So Far catches
Total catch last week:  Salmon 402 Sea Trout 31
Total caught so far this season: 3325 Salmon and 559 Sea Trout


As reported on Fishtweed:-
(Biggest Salmon 30lb Birgham Dub)
(Biggest Sea Trout 12lb Tillmouth, Birgham Dub & Boathouse and Canny)





















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Saturday, 29 September 2018

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Friday, 28 September 2018

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Thursday, 27 September 2018

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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

The Usual Shrimp Salmon Flies By Tay Salmon Fly





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Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Gledswood Shrimp Salmon Flies By Tay Salmon Fly





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Monday, 24 September 2018

Kylie Shrimp Salmon Flies By Tay Salmon Fly





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Sunday, 23 September 2018

River Tweed River Report Week Ending 22nd September 2018 - Tay Salmon Fly


River Tweed River Report Week Ending 22nd September


After steady fishing with a good increase in this catches last week conditions were going to ruin this week with hurricane winds on Wednesday and dirty water at the end of the week, very unsettled to say the least. Thursday was a total wash out with chocolate water. Given the conditions the catch of 208 salmon would seem very respectable might have been a few more if we could still chuck a spinner about. Not a huge amount to write about this week, hopefully better conditions and more cheery news to write about next week.

Ladykirk and Tillmouth continue to be the best performing beats with 24 and 19 this week, Milne Graden sandwiched between these 2 beats managed 10. Above Kelso the Mertoun beats with 10, Rutherford 11 and the Makerstoun beats with 10 had the best of the fishing.


To get ourselves refreshed during the week myself and many fellow anglers retreated to the
Fabulous Contented Vine restaurant a few evenings last week. As always great atmosphere, food and service, best in the town by far. I must say a huge thank you to Alex during the hurricane winds we had no power in the house and he very kindly managed to squeeze us in for a great value early supper, far better than making toast over a candle! If in the area the Contented Vine it a must visit during your trip. Call 01573 224777 to reserve your table.



88 were reported caught above Kelso, 32 fish were reported between Kelso and Coldstream and 66 reported below Coldstream.



On the River Till, 1 Salmon was reported on the Lower Tindal beat.


208 Salmon and 59 Sea Trout, with the best fish for the week was 22lb Salmon caught on the Boathouse & Canny Beat.




Hendersyde Head Boatman Ketch reports “With the river rising every other day and hurricane Ally blowing us off the water it made for a frustrating week of fishing. We did manage to land 2 salmon and 2 sea trout”


On Upper North Wark, hurricane winds and unsettled brown water made it a fun week for the fishers never mind the rowing. We did managed a grilse on Saturday landed by Richard Farr from the Snipe a few other brief connections were made but didn’t stick. We have dropped our November fishing to £45prpd to enquire give Martin a call on 07825334427


Lees Head Boatman Mr Malcolm Campbell reports “Small rises colouring the water didn't help, that and the near hurricane which nearly blew the water out of the river. Saturday was a busy day, only 4 landed but twice as many lost and a good number of pulls. The fish seemed to prefer the shallow stream water”



Ladykirk Head Ghillie Mr Matthi Viethen reports “Surprisingly another good week for us with rather high and dirty water. Combined we finished with 24 fish, equally shared between ‘Ladykirk’ and ‘Ladykirk Lower’ and 2 heavily coloured sea trout for ‘Ladykirk Lower’. A big “Well done” again for everyone involved



Dave Cowan secretary of Berwick and District Angling Association beat on the Whiteadder reports “Despite a quick rise on Saturday to 5 inches Whiteadder fallen overnight and steady at 3 inches on Sunday morning. No fish to report for the week and still needing rain



The week ended with the level at Sprouston 1ft 2” and the water temperature is 50.


Looking at the availability for this coming week I would recommend the Lower Birgham, Ladykirk beats should have a chance of some action this week. If you fancy the middle river Rutherford and the Dryburgh beats will be worth a cast.


The forecast this coming week, Tuesday will start out mostly dry and fine, with plenty of sunny spells. It will gradually become cloudier in the afternoon with some rain spread in from the west later. Wednesday will have a wet and breezy start with spells of rain at times, but these will ease overnight. Thursday should be mostly dry, but cloudy and breezy.

As always I would like to thank all those who provide me with the information to make this report, it is very much appreciated. If you have any information or photo’s you would like included please get in touch with Martin on 07825334427 or info@taysalmonfly.co.uk


With water levels up and down like a yoyo recently but still no real flood and the temperature is back into the 50s. Floating lines with poly leaders on the end should cover most fishing conditions at the moment, maybe pack an intermediate line just in case its required. Dressed flies around a size 8 to 10 should be the order of the day, in the deeper pools it might be worth a try with little 1/2” or 3/4” copper tubes. I would suggest are Copper Cascade, Black Frances, Black and Yellow, Kylie Shrimp, Red Frances should bring success. The river is now fly only until the end of the season on the 30th November.

As always come prepared and always listen to the advice of your boatman or ghillie. If you’re needing to top up your fly box ahead of your trip please check out www.taysalmonfly.co.uk


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Season So Far catches
Total catch last week:  Salmon 208 Sea Trout 59
Total caught so far this season: 2923 Salmon and 528 Sea Trout


As reported on Fishtweed:-
(Biggest Salmon 23lb Tweedswood)
(Biggest Sea Trout 12lb Tillmouth, Birgham Dub & Boathouse and Canny)






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