Newsletter - August 2015 - Skotland
Via Michael Koch
Sommerfiskeri i Skotland
Sidste nyt fra Skotland - via Michael Koch
Det går tilsyneladende godt i Skotland i år.
Havde en lille snak med Andrew fra River Earn, som jeg før har omtalt. ”Drew” mener helt utvetydigt, at årsagen er, at der ikke på tiden fiskes med net på den Øst-Skotske kyst.
Skotland Salmon Accosiation har nemlig stævnet Garnfiskeriet og ”det nære kystfiskeri” efter Laks, og mens retsagen kører må der ikke fiskes med net.
Der var tilsyneladende beviser nok for at Laksens nedgang skyldtes overfiskeri i det kystnære og elvmundingerne til, at et foreløbig forbud kunne udstedes mens retsagen kører.
Og det ser tilsyneladende ud til at det virker som det skal, og hvis opgangen i virkeligheden forøges betragteligt, bliver det nok vanskeligt at få lov at fiske garn på kysten igen. Norge har jo tidligere ”skuet” lidt mod Skotland, så lad os håbe at de kigger lidt den vej igen, og der ud i en overskuelig fremtid vil blive betragteligt mindre garnfiskeri efter Laks i de norske inderfjorde og elvmundinger.
Jeg er i Skotland denne uge. Vi fiskede River Garry i går og havde en del kontakter. Jeg fik en enkelt Laks på 8 pund og en af gutterne fik en tilsvarene.
Området får regn i nat, så i morgen er vi oppe i bjergene og fisker River Garry igen. De påstår at det vælter op med Laks så det bliver spændende.
Hvad med dig er vi heldige og ser dig på Gaula senere år?
Via Michael Koch
River Dee Fishing - via Michael Koch
Due to illness I have a vacant rod in week 16, 13th – 18th April 2015 on Dinnet/DeeCastle at a cost of £850 inclusive of VAT.
If you know of anyone who may be interested in taking this rod for this year only please let me know as soon as possible.
I will put this rod on FishDee later in the week if still available.
Edward C M Humphrey
Dinnet and Kinord Estate
Michael Koch Jensen
Dear Angler - Via Michael Koch
The last four weeks have seen more spring salmon caught over the 20lb barrier on the fly in Scotland and England. Anglers are seeing more fish, with reports from the weekend of sea trout starting to arrive in the Border Esk, Annan, Nith, Tay and Ayrshire rivers. Last week a specimen sea trout of 24lb was caught on the Don, you can read more about it in this months newsletter.
We can now share with you the full story of Tom Buchanan's fish, the first FishPal Malloch Trophy entry of 2015. Tom contacted our offices last month and when we heard his story we telephoned our colleagues at the Trout & Salmon Magazine and gave them this exclusive scoop.
If you are planning a fishing trip this week the Teviot is at a good height and colour, whilst middle and upper beats on Tweed are well worth a cast. The Annan is holding its height well and the river's temperature is just topping 9-10+ Celcius. For trout anglers there are some good hatches of Blue Dunn on the Annan. Levels and prospects are encouraging for those anglers casting a line on the North and South Esk. We would recommend you check the - latest fishing reports on the river you would like to fish, or contact Tom in the office on 01573 470612 who can help to arrange your trip.
With conditions on many rivers looking promising, there is ample affordable spring fishing for salmon and trout - find fishing.
Via Michael Koch
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Rain combined with high tides improved the run on some rivers during the end of last month with catches showing a slight increase. Cold weather returned and fortune favoured those who braved the elements.
Twenty seven spring salmon up to 35lb were landed last week on the Tay. Fewer rods were casting a line on the Dee last week, but still they finished on a respectable 22 fish, the largest at 22lb on Lower Crathes and West Durris beat. Anglers fishing Tweed were disrupted with high winds, snow melt and rain in the West resulting in 11 fish up to 14lb for the week - latest fishing reports.
There has been more heavy, wintry showers across Scotland at the start of this week. The few hardy souls braving the cold snap have seen red letter days and fish up to 25lb.
Towards the end of this week we should see much milder and more settled conditions on many rivers - find fishing.
Iceland East Ranga
This year FishIceland is offering a much sought after package for 3 days on the East Ranga from 9-12 July 2015 for £1,990pp (excluding transfer and guiding service - read more.
The East Ranga and West Ranga are without doubt the two most productive rivers in Iceland and as such rods on either fishery are much sought after. In an average year the East Ranga lands over 3,000 salmon which are typically 7-8lbs in weight - read more.
Keep up to date with Fishing Reports and Rod Alerts for the Iceland .
Drynachan is located in a beautiful, flat-bottomed valley, where the river meanders gently between the heather-clad mountains giving a wonderfully pleasant environment in which to relax.
There are 3 beats, the top beat is Ballachrochin and Shennachie, which borders on to the neighbouring Moy Estate, the middle beat is Daless and the lower beat is Dalbuie each beat has a few good pools and a lunch hut. The three beats rotate together over the course of the 6 day fishing week - read more.
Keep up to date with Free Fishing Reports and Rod Alerts for the River Findhorn .
Via Michael Koch
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