(Last updated: Friday 7th March)
The Findhorn is just beginning to get underway. The first fish, caught on the 12th February, was a seal damaged 10lber taken on the Darnaway Meads of St. John beat.
Altyre produced its first, a 12lb fish in lovely condition for David Tisdale, fishing with Ian Neale, safely released on the 28th of Febuary. I hear of two fish caught on the Forres Angling Association water as well.
Water levels have been good and while we have had a mild winter in the "Riviera of the North" at the lower end of the river there are reports from Coignafearn of "as much snow as has ever been seen" in the high corries and gullies which must auger well for water levels going into April and May
All in all not a bad start and let's hope that these springers keep coming.
Thanks to Alasdair Laing for this report.
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