Latest catches this week

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Fishery's season so far: Click name, if below, or go to fisheries list
Season so far report: See right hand column of fishing reports

Salmon & Grilse

Monday
Stobhall 1 
Cargill 1 
Glendelvine 3 
Newtyle 1 
Dunkeld Ho 2 
Dalmarnock 1 
L Kinnaird 1 
Farleyer U 1 
Portnacraig Pitlochry 1 



Total:  12 

Biggest fish:
Stobhall   15lbs 
Tuesday
Stobhall 1 
Ballathie 1 
Murthly 1 1 
Newtyle 2 
Dalmarnock 1 
Portnacraig Pitlochry 1 



Total:  7 

Biggest fish:
Newtyle   14lbs 
Wednesday
Almondmouth 1 
Cargill 2 
Islamouth 2 
Meikleour & U Islamouth 1 
Newtyle 1 
Ruan Ruarie 1 



Total:  8 

Biggest fish:
Islamouth & Meikleour & U Islamouth & Ruan Ruarie   7lbs 
Thursday
Stobhall 1 
Taymount 1 
Ballathie 1 
Kercock 2 
Murthly 1 1 
Newtyle 1 



Total:  7 

Biggest fish:
Murthly 1   17lbs 
Friday
Almondmouth 1 
Ballathie 1 
Murthly 1 2 
Dunkeld Ho 3 



Total:  7 

Biggest fish:
Ballathie   13lbs 
Saturday
Stobhall 1 
Ballathie 1 
Islamouth 2 
Kercock 4 
Murthly 1 1 
Newtyle 2 
Dunkeld Ho 2 
U Kinnaird 1 
Farleyer U 1 



Total:  15 

Biggest fish:
Stobhall   19lbs 

Sea Trout

Monday
Meikleour & U Islamouth 1 



Total:  1 

Biggest fish:
Meikleour & U Islamouth   1lbs 
Tuesday
L Redgorton 3 



Total:  3 

Biggest fish:
L Redgorton   3lbs 
Wednesday
L Redgorton 2 



Total:  2 

Biggest fish:
L Redgorton   2lbs 
Thursday
L Redgorton 1 



Total:  1 

Biggest fish:
L Redgorton   2lbs 
Friday
L Redgorton 1 
Ballathie 1 



Total:  2 

Biggest fish:
L Redgorton   3lbs 
Saturday
Stobhall 1 
Taymount 1 



Total:  2 

Biggest fish:
Stobhall   2lbs 


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