FishTay spent a day with the head ghillie of Dalmarnock beat, Colin McFadyen, last month, finding out more about the beat known as the ‘big fish beat’. Anglers casting a line on this under-fished water have enjoyed some excellent sport in the last few weeks with a total of 32 fish caught and released. Continue reading
The spring is always a busy time for the Board’s staff, especially with hatchery work, but this year even more so because of the new catch and release regulations that were introduced this season. Between 15 January and 31 March it has become an offence to kill salmon throughout Scotland. Continue reading
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February was a challenging month for anglers fishing the Tay with river conditions far from perfect.
When anglers book their fishing on the FishTay website we send a feedback form asking customers about their days fishing. We would like to share with you the exceptional feedback Dunkeld House Fishing has received today. Your feedback from your days fishing is important. Continue reading
Mark Cockburn writes “Last week was a real mile stone for us at FishPal with the announcement that we are partnering withSportquest to give you all access to some of the best fishing available anywhere in the world” read more.
The River Tay is internationally renowned for its Atlantic salmon fishing. It is one of the best salmon rivers in the United Kingdom, indeed in the European Union. Anglers come to central Scotland from all over the world to fish here.
Experience world class fishing for salmon in Scotland this spring. Continue reading
by SCOTLAND’S FIRST MINISTER ALEX SALMOND MSP.
June was another very dry month and the flow sunk slowly to really quite low levels by the start of July. There were only a few small rises during the month and these only really affected some of the highland tributaries. Consequently, some parts of the river did well, but other areas, for example some of the tributaries, fished much less well than they can do at this time. Continue reading