(Last updated: Thursday 26th April)
As we are now well into April the old term "April Shower" is pretty much with us for now and into the next week. The weather patters are due to change over the weekend from the westerly pattern, to a Southerly
patterns and then an Easterly next week. The river should remain settled and this will suit the lower beats, but with the possibility of heavy showers the river might get an odd lift that should keep
fish on the move and fish coming in from the bay.
High tides are due in the next few days.
Floating lines, with tips and a mix of flies, depending on the height. Tubes to 8 doubled. Ally shrimps to Posh Tosh.
For latest fishing availability on the river Findhorn please check the "Find Fishing" or " Fishery Descriptions" page, giving details of dates and beats on offer throughout the forthcoming season. As always, please take great care when wading especially during these early
Spring months, when water temperatures can be extremely cold. Waders full of cold snow melt water can ruin your day, so please do make sure to take a towel and a set of "falling in " clothes just in case! An
inflatable life harness is also highly recommended at all times.
Casting a fly over Palamore pool on Altyre Estate in May with good river levels and conditions.(photo Ian Neale)
In a sport where success can be directly related to the particular weather and water conditions, accurate information, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week is invaluable. By regularly checking our links to the sites listed below anglers can be well informed on how the week's weather pattern is developing.
Please click on the weather link here
For Tide information
Seven day predictions for Burghead the nearest tide station to the Findhorn can be seen at: