Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Salmon fishing on Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Spring Salmon fishing on Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

Spring salmon are running rapidly up the Tay in Perthshire, Scotland with catches right up the system. The current week has started off well with several salmon caught all ready.

The quality of spring salmon has been outstanding as Geoff Coates looks in bewilderment at this 31 pounds fish he caught at Taymount last week prior to release.
This was an 18 pounds beauty caught by Gordon Hanslip fly fishing on the Pitlochry Angling stretch at the Dam.
Walter Norton with a 12 pounds fish from Taymount.
Chris Dixon releasing a 13 pounds spring fish from Dalmarnock. It is so important to release as many spring salmon as possible to protect our sport for the future in these fragile times for our sport.

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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire Salmon Fishing Report for W/E 11th April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire Salmon Fishing Report for W/E 11th April 2015.

The salmon fishing on the Tay in Perthshire has improved in recent weeks with good conditions for fishing and settled water levels prevailed. April traditionally sees good spring runs and good conditions as fish spread throughout the system and this may be the catalyst for even better catches which hopefully will continue over the next few weeks. Expectation is high on the river for 2015 after successful springs in 2014 and 2013 and hopefully favourable conditions may trigger off improving runs and catches as we go through April to give everyone a chance of landing a spring “Bar of Silver” as the last 2 years have proved.

Spring salmon were landed last week in continued better numbers with superb conditions in glorious Easter sunshine. Good numbers were landed daily from all over as the river receded and the quality of the salmon caught remains outstanding with fish caught in the late teens and early twenties. On the nature front the first Sand Martins have arrived, Ospreys are being seen and Sand Pipers are on the river banks.

Beat catches reported

(week ending 11th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Waulkmill 1, Fishponds 1, Benchil 1, Catholes Stanley 1, Upper Scone 1, Pitlochrie 4, Stobhall 5, Taymount 9, Ballathie 7, Cargill 1, Islamouth 16, Meikleour and Upper Islamouth 6, Kercock 4, Glendelvine 4, Murthly 2 1, Newtyle 1, Dunkeld House 12, Dalmarnock 2, Upper Kinnaird 4, Findynate 3, Farleyer Lower 1, Loch Tay Fish n' Trips 1, Coupar Grange 3, Portnacraig Pitlochry 6.
Total: 95 Largest: Findynate 32lbs
SEA TROUT: Waulkmill 1.
Total: 1 Largest: Waulkmill 2lbs

Salmon have been caught throughout the system this past week in reasonable numbers, which is understandable with the superb conditions making it ideal as fish are running harder due to the warmer water temperatures currently and fish are spreading throughout the river. The mandatory government catch and release restrictions have ended however the river would ask everyone to still release all spring fish to preserve what we have for future years. Return rates are at an all time low and spring salmon are a precious resource to the Tay and all rivers in Scotland. If an area of the river starts to kill salmon to excess the mandatory policy will ultimately increase beyond the spring and maybe for the whole season that would not be a popular concept for our fragile rural economy. Thank you for all who preserve the recommendations and shame on the few who cannot, their shortsighted outlook will bring everyone down and cost jobs throughout Scotland’s river systems.

Unfortunately on the Lower Tay below Stanley there were only a few fish recorded however in the Stanley area catches remained reasonable despite rising water temperatures.
Waulkmill caught their first fish on the season for Jason on a Vision 110 and at Fishponds Archie Wales landed a 9 pounds long tailed sea lice fish. At Stanley a party of Swedish fly fishermen had reasonable success from the Catholes and Pitlochrie beats. Temple dogs seemed to be the in flies as Peter Wennlund caught a 10 pounds fish casting from the boat in the Black Stones on Catholes and Bengt Stadling caught a brace on the Pitlochrie beat from the boat and bank up to 14 pounds.
Kent Hallberg and Sten Hansson also caught further fish. Taymount and Stobhall had reasonable weeks as well with Taymount finishing the week with a 5 on Saturday.
Taymounts week got off to a flyer with Geoff Coates landing a superb 31 pounds fish from the boat on Monday. Ballathie had a good week with 7 fish and Cargill was quieter with one. Conditions have improved to favour the Islamouth beat with several salmon landed during the week for Bill Jack and Bernie Morrits parties. 16 salmon were caught including a 14 pounder for Arnot McWhinnie in the Castle pool. Meikleour and Upper Islamouth also had reasonable success with fish most days.
Martin Moyers caught a 13 pounds fish in the Castle pool, Gilly Gordon-Finlayson landed an 8 pounds fish, 14 year old Ross Jones caught a 10 pounds fish on a Vision in the House pool and David Taylor caught in the famous Boxwood pool.

The Middle river is seeing more fish and this should improve over the coming weeks in rising temperatures.
Kercock had a better week with 4 all caught by Jim Lamb up to 16 pounds. Glendelvine and the Murthly beats continue to work away quietly landing a few fish. Ron Fraser landed Newtyles first fly caught fish weighing 10 pounds from the Steps. Dunkeld House had an excellent week with 12 fish landed. Fish came from the beat most days including some bigger salmon up to 20 pounds.
The week started well with 9 year old Angus Morton catching a 9 pounds fish on his first cast of the afternoon in the Gauge pool. Richard Hutchison caught from the same pool as well. Another youngster in 14 year old Ross Jones landed a 19 pounds beauty on a Salmo from the Rock pool and his father, Ian them caught a slightly heavier fish on a Vision weighing 20 pounds. Thomas Hutchinson caught a 19 pounds fish on a Vision in the Chestnut Tree pool and his father Richard also caught an 8 pounds fish. There seemed to be quite a few double acts on the beat last week!
A further 3 fish came from the beat on Saturday with David Ritchie and Dave Bamford both catching fish up to 11 pounds. Dalmarnock registered a couple on Monday and the Kinnaird beats caught odd ones in the week.

The Tummel has started to produce fish on a regular basis as fish make their way up to Pitlochry dam. All the beats below the dam have been producing fish over the last week, which has been good news. At Pitlochry Dam the Portnacraig beat had a good week with 6 fish. Peter Shaw and Steven Watt started the week off with fish up to 16 pounds on Toby and fly.
Dave Stewart and Curtis Brunker had superb 18 pounds fish each on the fly from the Pitlochry town bank on Wednesday and later in the week and Jim Fisher landed an 11 pounds fish on the fly from the Portnacraig bank.

The Upper area is also starting to see odd fish. Salmon were reported from the Findynate and Farleyer beats as they run up to Loch Tay. Gary Waugh had a day to remember on the Findynate beat near Grandtully. He caught an incredible 32 pounds spring salmon fly fishing which could be a creditable candidate for the Fishpal Malloch Trophy in 2015. Gary had a mighty battle with this Leviathan as is ran down the Grandtully rapids 3 times in an over an hour fight. Well done Gary! Gary also caught 2 other springers in his day at 10 and 12 pound. All the fish fell to a yellow and silver 1 inch tube fly.

On Loch Tay fish are continuing to be caught in reasonable numbers. Fish n’ Trips reported only one fish this past week which was a 15 pounds beauty for Robert Harvey.

The Isla is continuing to see salmon run the river with the Coupar Grange beat producing on a more regular basis. They registered 3 for last week.

The Ericht is also seeing fish run up the river but alas nothing recorded.

The Earn are also seeing a spring salmon run but nothing was reported.

The Spring Salmon fishing season is into April and expectation is very high after previous seasons and poor overall catches last year. Last weeks catches hopefully encouraged everyone after fish were caught in the system in continuing better numbers. Let us hope with improving conditions after big water and an upturn in catches will continue as last year proved. Tight lines!

If you have any news or pictures of catches or experiences on the Tay and you would like to share them please email me on robert.salmonfishing@googlemail.com to be included in the reports.

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Salmon Fishing Scotland Prospects for the Tay, Perthshire, Scotland week commencing 13th April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Prospects for the Tay, Perthshire, Scotland week commencing 13th April 2015.


The Spring Salmon fishing season is now into April on the mighty Tay in Perthshire, Scotland and we have had a settled week with good conditions for the pursuit of that magical spring salmon with glorious Easter sunshine. The weather is to remain settled over the coming week but not as bright, which hopefully will not deter the chances of producing good sport and some early "Bars of Silver" if you are prepared to brave the elements. Catches have been improving slowly and the quality of the salmon caught remains outstanding but as we go deeper into April hopefully conditions will remain favourable and there will be a further improvement in the run to give further success as happened in the last couple of years.
Currently the river settling back nicely with excellent conditions (about 3’6 and falling on the Ballathie gauge) to hopefully encourage more spring salmon to run.
The weather is to be settled over the next week but not as warm after the recent blue skies and Easter sunshine weather. Spring salmon are now running hard up the river and spreading rapidly. The milder weather forecast at times and recent big spate triggered off salmon to run the river in improving numbers. Expectation remains very high. Settled weather will continue to drop the river back to a good level and make ideal spring fishing conditions. The water temperature is slowly creeping up to around 47 degrees Fahrenheit or 8.5 degrees Celsius. These are typical temperatures for this time of year. The colder weather has benefited the lower beats so far but that is changing rapidly as the fish are spreading so there might be a chance of a fresh fish anywhere in the river after milder conditions prevailed last week.
As to methods, in settled conditions fishing by any method should enable you to catch the elusive Tay Springer. The water temperature has warmed up slowly enabling floating lines to come out with the addition of a sink tip being a favoured tactic and using normal dressed flies. It is still worth a go with sinking lines as well depending on water heights and stripping a Sun Ray Shadow is always worth a go. When spinning, Tay favourites include Toby Salmos, weighted and floating devons, flying C’s and Visons or Rapalas. Harling is also a favoured method at this time of year on many beats.
Finally you are reminded that the Tay's policy for April and May is that all spring salmon should be released, i.e. the Tay has adopted a policy of 100% catch and release for spring salmon. Spring salmon are a scarce and precious resource. Please help preserve both them and the long term future of your sport by following the recommendations. It is vital the river system follows these guide lines to ensure the draconian new Scottish Government Statutory Conservation Regulation rules do not get extended in seasons to come.
The Tay Ghillies Association are continuing their popular FISH OF THE MONTH AWARD to encourage good catch and release practice on the Tay. Each month the winner will receive 2 personalised crystal Whisky glasses engraved with details of the catch and they will automatically be entered into the fish of the year competition for a Stylish Crystal Engraved Decanter. Full details of this initiative.
When releasing salmon please try to keep the fish in the water as much as possible to give them every chance to recover prior to release. Releasing fish from boats in the river is not recommended. Further information on the policy and good release practice.
If you have any news or pictures of catches or experiences on the Tay and you would like to share them please email me on robert.salmonfishing@googlemail.com to be included in the reports.


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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Superb Spring Salmon fishing on Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Superb Spring Salmon fishing on Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

The Tay in Perthshire is encountering superb Easter spring weather with wall to wall blue skies and spring sunshine. The catches have been excellent as well with now nearly 70 spring salmon registered for the week so far and from all over the river.
Fly fishing from the boat on the Pitlochrie beat at Stanley.
Martin Moyers releasing a lovely 13 pounds fish at Upper Islamouth and Meikleor.
This was the first part of a family act at Dunkeld House. This was 14 year old Ross Jones with a cracking 19 pounds fish caught on a Toby Salmo.
Ross's father was not to be undone as he landed a magnificent 20 pounds fish from the same beat. Great stuff!
Sten Hansson playing a lively fish on the fly from the Wash House on the Pitlochrie beat.
A lovely 8 pounder.
Swedish fly fisher Bengt Stadling with a 14 pounds fish caught on the fly from the Woodside on the Pitlochrie beat at Stanley. The fish took a Temple Dog fly.

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Big Spring Salmon caught on Fly in mighty Tay, Perthshire 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Big Spring Salmon caught on Fly in mighty Tay, Perthshire 2015.

The Tay in Perthshire is having an excellent weeks spring salmon fishing with the best part of 50 salmon registered so far and only 2 days into the current week. The quality of spring salmon running the river has been outstanding with fish up to and over 30 pounds caught so far this season. Yesterday 2 spring salmon were caught weighing over 30 pounds.
Gary Waugh had a day to remember on the Findynate beat near Grandtully. He caught this incredible 32 pounds spring salmon fly fishing which could be a creditable candidate for the Fishpal Malloch Trophy in 2015. Gary had a mighty battle with this Leviathan as is ran down the Grandtully rapids 3 times in an over an hour fight. Well done Gary! Gary also caught 2 other springers in his day at 10 and 12 pound. All the fish fell to a yellow and silver 1 inch tube fly.
Fly fishing for spring salmon has also been successful for a group of Swedish fly fishermen on the lower Tay at Stanley.
Bengt Stadling with a fresh 8 pounds salmon caught at Stanley Mills on the Pitlochrie beat.
Kent Hallberg with a 10 pounds salmon caught fly fishing in Horsey at Stanley.

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Monday, April 6, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Quality Spring salmon caught on the Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Quality Spring salmon caught on the Tay, Perthshire April 2015.

Tayside has seen outstanding Easter weather over the last few days with wall to wall sunshine. The river temperature has risen dramatically and spring salmon are running hard throughout the system as catches have been recorded up and down the river. The quality of spring salmon caught has been outstanding as the mighty Tay produces some mighty salmon.
This was a superb 31 pounds springer caught on the Taymount beat today by Geoff Coates under the assistance of ghillie Mike Brown and it took an hour to land. Well done all, great news for the river. A further 30 pounds fish was also reported at Findynate today weighing 32 pounds but as yet no pictures.
Swedish fly fisher Peter Wennlund playing a good fish on the fly in the Catholes.
The smaller fish are just as valuable as a proud Peter shows his delight. It was a great start to the week with over twenty spring salmon registered today. I hope this is kept up for the whole week.

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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire Salmon Fishing Report for W/E 4th April 2015.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Tay, Perthshire Salmon Fishing Report for W/E 4th April 2015.

The salmon fishing on the Tay in Perthshire has improved in recent weeks with good conditions for fishing and settled water levels prevailed. April traditionally sees good spring runs and good conditions as fish spread throughout the system and this may be the catalyst for even better catches which hopefully will continue over the next few weeks. Expectation is high on the river for 2015 after successful springs in 2014 and 2013 and hopefully favourable conditions may trigger off improving runs and catches as we go through April to give everyone a chance of landing a spring “Bar of Silver” as the last 2 years have proved.
Spring salmon were landed last week in continued better numbers with superb conditions in glorious Easter sunshine. Good numbers were landed daily from all over as the river receded and the quality of the salmon caught remains outstanding with fish caught in the late teens and early twenties.

Beat catches reported
(week ending 4th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Upper Redgorton 1, Fishponds 1, Catholes Stanley 2, Upper Scone 2, Pitlochrie 2, Catholes Campsie 7, Burnmouth 1, Stobhall 6, Taymount 8, Ballathie 1, Cargill 11, Islamouth 13, Meikleour and Upper Islamouth 5, Kercock 2, Glendelvine 3, Murthly 2 2, Newtyle 3, Dunkeld House 2, Dalmarnock 1, Dalguise 2, Upper Kinnaird 2, Findynate 3, Farleyer Upper 2, Loch Tay Fish n' Trips 7, Lochlane and Laggan 1, Coupar Grange 8, River Ericht 1, Portnacraig Pitlochry 6.
Total: 105 Largest: Cargill 29lbs
SEA TROUT: Lower Redgorton 1, Upper Redgorton 1, Fishponds 1, Benchil 1, Upper Scone 1, Coupar Grange 1.
Total: 6 Largest: Benchil 4lbs

Salmon have been caught throughout the system this past week in reasonable numbers, which is understandable with the superb conditions making it ideal as fish are running slowly due to the colder water temperatures currently however this is changing with the temperatures rising and fish are spreading throughout the river. The mandatory government catch and release restrictions have ended however the river would ask everyone to still release all spring fish to preserve what we have for future years. Return rates are at an all time low and spring salmon are a precious resource to the Tay and all rivers in Scotland. If an area of the river starts to kill salmon to excess the mandatory policy will ultimately increase beyond the spring and maybe for the whole season that would not be a popular concept for our fragile rural economy. Thank you for all who preserve the recommendations and shame on the few who cannot, their shortsighted outlook will bring everyone down and cost jobs throughout Scotland’s river systems.

On the Lower river unfortunately below Stanley there were only a few fish recorded however in the Stanley area catches continued at a good level. Fishponds caught their first fish on the season and
Alex Graham caught a superb 20 pounds spring salmon fly fishing from the bank on Upper Redgorton. Chris Rae caught a superb 4 pounds early run Sea trout on Benchil on the fly from Aitken Head. At Stanley on the Pitlochrie beat
Dan Lennon had a memorable day fly fishing as well. He caught 2 fish up to 15 pounds from Pitlochrie pool on the bank and casting from the boat in the Wash House. The Catholes caught fish most days including 5 on Saturday for a regular party. Earlier in the week Ian Kettles landed a 15 pounds fish from the Back Dam on a Devon them the fly took over with fish for Iain Jardin and a brace for Stuart Waddell. On Saturday the Toby was the successful lure with
Dougie Wangert catch 3 fish for his day and others caught by
John Dewar and
Brian Stobie. Taymount and Stobhall constituently caught most days with each beat catching 3 on Friday. Stephen Curnow had a memorable Friday morning on Stobhall landing 3 fish up to 20 pounds on a Salmo before having to leave at lunchtime!
A regular party on Taymount enjoyed a good week with Simon Marriott and Peter Chapman catching early in the week. Andrew Spencer had a double with fish up to 14 pounds. On
Saturday Peter Chapman landed a superb 20 pounds fish.
Cargill had a fantastic finish to their week. They ended up with 11 spring salmon up to an impressive 29 pounds. Successful anglers were Sandy Wylie, Steve Curnow, Colin McDowall, Wilson Imrie, Jim Elder, James and Ian McKenna and John Lawson. The river had stayed at a reasonable level for the beat but slightly lower would improve sport. The majority of fish were caught from the bank spinning a mixture of vision 110 lures and Toby Salmo lures. Islamouth had another good week with 2 days of 4 fish and fish landed on all the other days as well. Upper Islamouth had a “reasonably satisfying week with fish landed up to 17 pounds. They were seeing fish on a regular basis, but could do with water levels dropping as well, to slow them up as most are passing through quickly. The Rapala continues to dominate the catches, but with warmer weather more anglers are now trying the fly. The Gilchrist party who are regular Spey anglers traveled south and had three fish to 17 pounds.”

The Middle river is seeing more fish and this should improve over the coming weeks in rising temperatures. Kercock had a couple of fish with Kenny Milne landing a 14 pounds fish and
Simon Rutherford caught an 8 pounds fish on his birthday. The Murthly and Glendelvine beats having picking up fish on a regular basis with Jamie Thomson landing a cracking 21 pounds fish from Glendelvine. Newtyle landed a few including a 10 pounds fish for Jon Wood, Andrew McKay caught a similar fish and Peter Butterfield caught a lovely 7 pounds beauty. Dunkeld House had a quieter week with Claire Howell catching a 15 pounds fish and Brian Lewis catching an 11 pounds springer. Dalmarnock registered a fish and Dalguise got their season going with a couple of fish. The Kinnaird beats had a brace also.

The Tummel has started to produce fish on a regular basis as fish make their way up to Pitlochry dam. All the beats below the dam have been producing fish over the last week, which has been good news. At Pitlochry Dam Nick Webster caught a 7lber on Port-na-Craig bank on a Flying C; and Saul Mackay landed a 9lber on Port-na-Craig bank on the fly.
Nick Webster followed up his success of Wednesday with another superb fish a 12lber from Port-na-Craig bank on a Flying C; while Teasses gamekeeper Kenny Horne continued his good run with two fish, at 9lbs and 7lbs, from Pitlochry bank both on the fly.

The Upper area is also starting to see odd fish. Salmon were reported from the Findynate and Farleyer beats as they run up to Loch Tay.

On Loch Tay fish are continuing to be caught in reasonable numbers. Fish n’ Trips reported a few this week and continued their good season so far.
Some outstanding fish have been caught. Michael Collins caught a couple up to 18 pounds.
Stewart Tate enjoyed a good visit with a couple of fish up to 17 pounds. Other fish were successfully landed by Helen Murray and Justin Edwards.

The Isla is continuing to see salmon run the river with the Coupar Grange beat producing on a more regular basis. They registered 8 for last week.

The Ericht is also seeing fish run up the river with a few fish caught in the week.

The Earn are also seeing a spring salmon run with Lochlane and Laggan registering their first fish of 2015.

The Spring Salmon fishing season is into April and expectation is very high after previous seasons and poor overall catches last year. Last weeks catches hopefully encouraged everyone after fish were caught in the system in continuing better numbers. Let us hope with improving conditions after big water and an upturn in catches will continue as last year proved. Tight lines!

If you have any news or pictures of catches or experiences on the Tay and you would like to share them please email me on robert.salmonfishing@googlemail.com to be included in the reports.

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