Caledonia Fly Co


Reports

This week so far

See each day's largest fish and individual beat catches on our Latest Catches page which is updated each time a ghillie uses our automatic telephone reporting system.

Last week

(Last updated: Monday 13th April)

It was a glorious week of warm spring sunshine with air temperatures reaching 16 degrees celsius. The rivers were low and no catches were reported to the website.



Beat catches reported
(week ending 18th April)
SALMON & GRILSE: Mochrum Park 1, Newton Stewart AA 2, Galloway Estate 1.
Total: 4 Largest: Newton Stewart AA & Galloway Estate 12lbs
SEA TROUT: None reported
TROUT: None reported


Fishing in Galloway
Jonny Haley returns the first Bladnoch springer of 2014 at Mochrum Park on Monday 17th February, weighing 9lbs. Scale readings have shown this fish was a repeat spawner from 2012

Fishing at Linloskin
"The first Cree springer to be reported to the website was caught on 10th March by Jonny Haley beneath the A75 road bridge, weighing around 9 lb. The fish was safely returned"

Fishing at Linloskin
Some decent water at last! Janet Richardson returns a 7lb salmon to Beat 1 of Clugston Estate on the Bladnoch, Tuesday 5th August

Season review

Following a terrific 7ft spate, Jonny Haley caught and safely returned this year's first Cree salmon (a 9lb springer), beneath the A75 road bridge (Machermore beat) on Tuesday 10th March. Jamie Hyslop added a further 9lb salmon to the Cree catch on the 18th March at Linloskin.

By April, another nice lift in water at the very start of the month brought fresh fish to Galloway Estates on the Cree and the first reported springer to the River Bladnoch - caught and released at Barhoise falls by Graeme Parks. River levels fell away quickly as longer and warmer spring days commenced but with cold, showery weather (even some snow) returning across the weekend of the 11th April, catches were not far away and three salmon were recorded on a small rise on Monday 13th April - including the first springer for the Minnoch (tributary of the Cree) and two salmon from within Newton Stewart Angling Association water and Galloway Estates water.